Decision-makers who work for companies that do not plan to increase their investment in generative AI tools such as ChatGPT in the near future say they have a range of concerns about the technology, according to recent research from Lucidworks.
Small business owners who are using AI and automation for marketing say the technologies are helping them in many ways, including to improve efficiency and boost growth, according to recent research from Constant Contact and Ascend2.
Which artificial intelligence tools are searched for the most online? Which tools get the highest ratings from users and have the most social media followers? To find out, researchers at Tipalti looked at data from March and April, 2023.
In today's fast-paced digital world, keeping up with media trends is essential for businesses to stay relevant and competitive. This article covers seven trends that are particularly relevant for CMOs.
Your data-driven marketing is only as good as your data. Clean rooms can be a useful resource, but only if the data shared in them follows certain standards.
Digital transformation can't be done all at once or off the cuff. Adopting automation and new martech must be a deliberate process that ensures business success while prioritizing the right tech.
Losing third-party data as a source of customer information will be a challenge. But it could be an excellent opportunity to recharge your customer relationships.
Companies today must embrace digitizing nearly every aspect of their business to ensure compelling, engaging, and valuable digital buyer journeys. That is, no doubt, a monumental task. But there is a path forward.
Data privacy standards have complicated the process of obtaining reliable customer data. Are clean rooms here to save the day? Maybe, maybe not... but they can certainly help.
A lot of the talk about Web 3.0 has been focused on commodities, such as NFTs and game tokens. However, the technology does present opportunities for B2B marketers—in a surprising number of ways.
Most Americans say they are concerned about the impact artificial intelligence could have on jobs and society, though most also say they haven't yet used generative AI programs such as ChatGPT, according to recent research from Ipsos.
Even among the proliferation of AI and tech tools, focusing on business goals and the marketing side of SEO strategy is the way to win. Here's why that's the case.
The buzz about content creation is that AI is going to start doing it for us. That's not really the case—although it will certainly change the game, together with several other forms of tech that are influencing content growth.
B2B buyers say they want chatbots from vendors to provide accurate and relevant answers—and to provide those answers very quickly, according to recent research from Conversica.
By analyzing your most successful customer interactions and understanding customers' goals, you can better inform your marketing efforts to replicate your best and favorite customers. So how is that done? Let's break it down into a few key steps.
The economic climate has caused many businesses to re-evaluate their 2023 strategies, and that extends into sales prospecting. In particular, take note of these three trends.
Americans age 50 and older have increasingly embraced technologies such as smartphones, smart televisions, and social media over the past few years, according to recent research from AARP.
In 2022, several technologies cemented their marketing viability. In 2023, we'll start to see those technologies live up to their potential, argues this article.
Today's B2B buyers mostly want to be left alone to make their own decisions during their customer journey. Providing them with interactive content and product demos enables them to do just that.
Marketers say they expect AI to be the most important emerging tech of 2023 and the potential impact of a recession to be the most important societal trend, according to recent research from WARC.
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