Once an exclusively American curiosity, Australians have gleefully embraced Black Friday in all it’s bacchanalian
In marketing we are conditioned to value building and retaining brand loyalty, so it may seem counterintuitive to consider the potential benefits of customer promiscuity – the propensity for customers to visit competitors/alternative choices. In a recent footfall study of Australia’s automotive category, Blis explored these concepts by analysing visitor crossover between dealerships to uncover clues as to what promiscuity means to brands
Search behaviour is the first step in the purchase journey for many. It can be a good indicator of interest, consideration or even intent, but until that translates into actual behaviour – as evidenced by footfall – that means the purchase journey (in most cases) remains incomplete.In this infographic, we use Blis’ analytics tool, Smart Trends to look at US, UK & Australia’s real-world behaviours during the Christmas and New year period to see how resolute those resolutions really are.
With the EU poised to introduce new far-reaching privacy laws, Blis group head Tom Gregory (pictured below) explores the knock-on effect this will have for advertisers and consumers, and how Aussie marketers can benefit from learning about the changes ahead of the curve.
Location data is now critical to how we use our mobile devices. Think how often you use Uber, or Google Maps. Or the value you get from the app that tracks your jogging.
It has begun. A schedule of awards dinners and holiday parties is once again about to grab media agencies by the collar and throw them headlong into champagne fountains across the country. So it’s nice to know some of them are managing to learn something along the way – about classy drinking, at least.