Dr. Rochelle Larkin Ford, APR Associate Dean of Research and Academic Affairs and her colleague, Sloane M. Signal, Sequence Coordinator for Advertising and Public Relations at the John H. Johnson School of Communications at Howard University share the results of a three-pronged approach they used to address how agencies should ultimately use diversity to craft better messages for the consumer.
This presentation provides information to help identify the direction of the committee research initiative.
Results focused, sales contributing, integrated marketing is a top priority for client-side marketers. Learn where the business is going now with two new tools that you can apply to your business today to accelerate your speed to analytics, insights, and improved results.
Tom Seclow, leader of the Marketing Officer Practice of Spencer Stuart, put CMO tenure data in perspective and discussed the steps marketers can take to increase their likelihood of long-term success.
Linda Narbey of the ANA provided an overview of committees and pointed to some of the "best of" recent ANA committee case studies, presentations and initiatives.
From traditional advertising, to a multitude of new media options, advertising campaign development has never been more complex, sophisticated or exciting. Learn why advertisers who meaningfully connect their brands to consumer lifestyles will be the big winners.
Using previous case studies and data from third-party research on bloggers' habits and influence, Jory Des Jardins, President, BlogHer discusses best practices in measurement, outreach and such new practices like sponsored user-generated content and advisory boards.
Creative Director at Y&R New York Ryan Hose highlights numerous practices that have made client/agency partnerships a success.
Gordon Wade highlights learnings from the surveys that have been conducted to date and outlines the steps marketers can take to dramatically improve marketing performance by utilizing this process.
Moderated by the Chief Marketing Officer of CoActive Marketing Group Frank Dudley the panelists discuss the finding of the 2008 Integrated Marketing Study and discuss some of the obstacles that face this accepted approach to marketing among the broad base of the business community.
Innovation Director, Integrated Consumer Experience at Humana Inc. Tony Tomazic discusses how the consumer is being put and the center of their innovation efforts.
Global Project Development Manager for Alliance Marketing at Disney World Brewer Lister discusses the launch of program designed to elevate the experiences of those visiting Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts.
Marketers seek to understand how consumers select brands and media. According to NewMediaMetrics, comprehending this concept rests in understanding emotional attachment and "pull." Based on academic findings about the attachment between mother and child, NewMediaMetrics provides a quantitative way to measure consumers' emotional attachments to brands and media.
Properly designed and well managed qualitative research can deliver indispensable strategic insights and valuable marketing guidance when everyone-research users, vendors, and consultants-plays by the rules. The best practices for qualitative research were reviewed in this presentation, including improving group recruitment, managing interview flow, and technique selection.
Gary Edwards, PhD, EVP, Client Services, Empathica Inc., discussed how their approach has helped organizations survive the economy by arming them with tools that allow them to understand and act on consumer expectations, behavior and perceptions.
Disney World's Event Director, Special Event Management, Chris Clark shares insights on the magic behind their signature events, their planning processes, and why they are so successful.
In this seminar, Gillette's creation of an online knowledge management center was discussed. Policies and procedures, lessons learned, and suggestions on possible approaches to building a knowledge management portal for the marketing function were covered.
This presentation includes practical insights to help you learn how to make innovation work within your organization, including challenging the existing orthodoxies of your business model and the importance of being daring in your innovation practices.
CEO of SelectResources International Catherine Bension explores the new opportunities provided by new media what clients want out of it and how to fufill their desires.
Vice President of MMA Doug Brooks provided a detailed presentation describing how initiate marketing accountability programs that provide results which can aid in the decision making process. He also points out some of the obstacles that can impede or even throw the whole process off track.