The Anatomy of an Auto Shopper, helps marketers go beyond traditional insights, taking a people-based approach to understand who’s really behind the wheel. From how auto shoppers conduct research before buying to what TV shows they watch and how much they spend at Walmart, this research digs deep into the unique spending and lifestyle habits of the U.S.’s four biggest auto consumers.
The quest to “know your customer” has changed drastically. Before the internet, marketers would only have a person’s mailing address. Now they’re able to extract an incredible amount of data about their customers from their social media handles, IP addresses, and mobile device IDs.
Twenty years ago, as cable TV was beginning to flourish, we set out to change an industry. My colleagues in the cable industry and I sought to transition advertisers from a singular focus on broadcast to the more efficient and effective cable TV.
The head of product development has a unique responsibility and focus to “bridge” two distinct approaches to a business: the ‘what’ of market opportunities and customer needs with the ‘how’ of building a technically robust platform.
Over the past few years, the CIO role has expanded greatly to mirror the ingrained nature of technology and its critical impact on a company’s ability to grow and serve its customer base.
The role of the CMO has changed significantly over the past few years as we have seen transformative advancements in how to acquire, nurture and retain customers.