2018 MarTech Trends

With technology changing so rapidly in the world today, we thought it was important to call out some of the most important trends we are seeing in the Marketing Technology landscape. 

These articles are full of insightful information, videos and tools. Take a look around!

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2018 marketing technology landscape

Each year a respected marketing blog called Chiefmartec releases a marketing technology landscape. The landscape is a visualization of most of the marketing technology vendors available grouped by category.  
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Sights, sounds and smells of South by Southwest

SXSW® is a whirlwind of a conference that takes place in Austin, Texas. The conference spans almost two weeks exhibiting a dizzying variety of topics including marketing/technology, fashion, gaming and film. 
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Marketing is all about telling a great story (SXSW)

Remarkable storytelling is the key to making great content. Get the story right and the rest will follow.
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Ok, Google. What’s voice user interface?​

People are talking to their devices more than ever. It’s just easier to say what you want to say instead of typing it out.
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Top five tools in 2018 for marketers and communicators

From proofreading robots to snooping on your competitors - technology has the answer.
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Artificial Intelligence in Marketing “AIM”

The main difference between AIM and regular marketing is that common marketing functions are performed by a computer algorithm instead of a human.
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Decentralization through Cryptocurrency: Blockchain

Understanding the fundamentals of cryptocurrency and Bitcoin isn’t just for “crypto” nerds.
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Let’s chat

Chatbots are becoming increasingly common and more intelligent with the rise of Artificial Intelligence.
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Searching for Principal

Long gone are the days where if you build it, they will come. ​Search engine optimization is something that’s no longer optional.
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People, process, and customers before technology

Fewer than half of marketing technology implementations succeed.
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