Infographic: Instagram's most important 2019 updates | Mozilla CMO: Align goals, priorities with team structure | InRiver CMO talks B2B marketing tech, customer experience
December 4, 2019
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Infographic: Instagram's most important 2019 updates
This infographic from Vamp highlights Instagram's most significant updates during 2019, such as February's launch of in-feed previews for IGTV content and the introduction of Checkout on Instagram in March. October saw the addition of "tap to try on" augmented reality ads and "product launch stickers" for Instagram Stories that send users a push notification when a new item is available.
Social Media Today (12/2) 
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Mozilla CMO: Align goals, priorities with team structure
Mozilla CMO: Align goals, priorities with team structure
Mozilla CMO Jascha Kaykas-Wolff uses agile marketing to create a team structure and align goals across the company. He emphasizes the communication of priorities and deployment of resources through this structure to solve problems efficiently.
eMarketer (12/2) 
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InRiver CMO talks B2B marketing tech, customer experience
InRiver Chief Marketing Officer Steve Gershik talks about his career in business-to-business marketing and the technologies that are vital for delivering the superior experiences expected by prospects. "As organizations use AI and data to stay relevant to their buyers in real-time, they need automation to ensure they are being fully adaptive to meet those needs," he says.
MarTech Series (12/3) 
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Why Coca-Cola celebrates failure
Coca-Cola's Celebrate Failure Award annually reminds employees that failure is acceptable, as it promotes risk-taking and innovation, says CEO James Quincey. "The only true failures are situations in which we fail to learn," says Quincey.
CNBC (12/2) 
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BuzzFeed bolsters brand safety with tailored content
BuzzFeed is launching SponCon, a service in which the publisher's editorial team creates content that "align[s] with the initiatives of the advertiser" and does not appear as branded content, but enables the company to own "100% of the share of voice with on-page display advertising," writes Kayleigh Barber. BuzzFeed is providing impression guarantees through "a mixture of organic traffic and social distribution."
Digiday (tiered subscription model) (12/2) 
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PepsiCo exec: Marketing should reflect culture
Pepsi's campaign featuring Cardi B is one example of how brands benefit by paying attention to cultural trends. "Rather than start with your brand objective, start with what's happening in culture by listening to the consumer, looking at cultural truths and insights, and saying, 'OK, there is a thing that is bubbling up here,' " says Todd Kaplan, PepsiCo's vice president of marketing.
Ad Age (tiered subscription model) (11/29) 
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Opinion: Direct brands have access, data to take on legacy brands
Direct-to-consumer brands aren't just online-only anymore and are moving into omnichannel marketing, creating competition for legacy brands, Brad Brinegar writes. Differentiation isn't coming from the products but from the brands, using data and access to consumers to create personalized experiences and retain customers without the scale of brand giants.
Adweek (tiered subscription model) (12/2) 
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Facebook urges antitrust officials to change views
Facebook urges antitrust officials to change views
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Facebook Vice President of Global Affairs and Communications Nick Clegg told journalists Monday that having questions regarding how data is housed is legitimate, but he says antitrust officials need a more contemporary view of competition and data and should not treat it like a commodity or finite resource. The platform also announced that it's giving consumers more control of their data by enabling them to export photos to Google.
The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (12/2) 
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PR Council Updates
The Growth Series: Maximize the Last 12 Workdays of the Year for a Strong 2020 featuring J. Mark Riggs
Why are some organizations able to continually evolve to meet the times and the marketplace, while others can't? What does it take to make sure your brand does? Join us for the next installment of The Growth Series on Friday, Dec. 6 at 12:00 p.m. Eastern Standard time to learn how you can shift ahead to generate long-term value and increased brand equity for your firm and your clients. Our featured guest is J. Mark Riggs, CEO and lead strategist of TPC Growth.
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