Blis has today launched a new global report, ‘Behaviour change is real: how brands can harness it’, in advance of the upcoming holiday season. The report looks at three key indicators for behaviour change that are impacting consumers and being impacted the most: geographical location, modifications to mobility and the psychological need for interaction.
In this post from ‘The changing behavior series’ we take a look at consumer behavior within the US auto sector and break down some insights from a recent Brand Innovator discussion with Dan Gray, Digital Shopper Content Manager for the Ford Motor Company.
The automotive industry motoring industry in the UK is getting back into gear with socially distant selling, incentives to buy energy-efficient cars and initiatives to help those financially impacted by the virus. In this post from ‘The changing behaviour series’ we look at how auto brands are adapting after lockdown.
Six months on from the first coronavirus case in the country, safety measures, social distancing and working from home still pervade. Throughout the period car dealerships across the country remained open and in this post from The changing behaviour series we examine the patterns of behaviour of Dutch consumers visiting auto dealerships across the country.
O2 has teamed up with Blis, a location-powered advertising company, to help advertisers to utilise the O2 network to reach specific audiences.
Blis, the trusted leader in location-powered advertising and analytics, has today announced an exclusive partnership with O2 that will give clients exceptional accuracy and scale when advertising online. The proposition, Telco-powered Targeting – together with O2, will use aggregated and anonymised customer behaviour data to match websites with audience segments.
In this post from The changing behaviour series we look at foot traffic to national quick service restaurant chains (QSRs) and pubs across the UK over the course of August to understand the impact of the government’s introduction of the Eat Out To Help Out Scheme (EOTHO). This scheme enabled diners to receive 50% off their bill on food and non alcoholic drinks consumed on site up to a maximum discount of £10 per person.
Holly Carlson, IRI’s Media Center of Excellence and Diane Perlman, chief marketing officer of Blis, describe the connection between consumer sentiment and their actual behavior, and how brands are connecting with shoppers wherever they are. Learn strategies for generating messages that fit the moment and the location.
Local businesses have been forced out of their comfort zone this summer as the economic impact of Covid-19 lingers and uncertainty persists into the final weeks of summer. With so many questions unanswered, businesses are searching for resources to help guide their decisions in marketing and general operations.