The theme of MMA 2021 is “Shape the Future of Modern Marketing” under the today context of technology evolving, consumer being more and more tech-savvy, yet socially conscious. Covid Pandemic has make the technology landscape, consumer behavior changes accelerating with much higher speed. The current situation has been forcing us to move faster on organization restructure, business operation reinventing. The technology and marketing technology specifically is the key enabler for organization to deliver this job to be done.
Brand safety is in a nascent stage in India with limited awareness and very few brand custodians taking it seriously. The present brand safety guidelines are not aligned with the changing business needs where digital takes the centre stage. Brands will need to revisit their guidelines with a digital first approach. With Brand infringement increasingly becoming a gateway to brand safety issues, it cannot be ignored.There is a definite need to formalise a structured and purpose driven knowledge repository around brand safety in India.
The Modern Marketing Reckoner Report 2021 was developed to help businesses move forward and gain leverage in the online marketing industry. It will provide valuable insights on the latest modern marketing strategies, as well as comprehensive coverage on topics including how to plan for post-IDFA mobile marketing strategies, the role of the rising e-sport industry for marketers, cashless society, and the new era of programmatic mobile video advertising.
Consumer journeys are becoming more complex and non-linear, and the role of digital is becoming more prominent across the journey. As a result, this festive season will require marketers to rethink their media strategies in order to be successful.
MMA India has co-authored an exclusive playbook with GroupM and Amazon Advertising on “Decoding Consumer behaviour for Winning the 2021 Festive season”.
This is a first of its kind industry report/playbook that deep dives into how consumer behaviour is changing across the eCommerce value chain, the report throws light on the critical aspects as below in greater detail:
This implementation playbook contains step-by-step instructions for marketers to implement Outcome-Based Marketing v2.0 (OBM2) at their organization. This playbook is exclusive to MMA Members. Please reach out to [email protected] to learn more about membership.
As more businesses continue to invest in MarTech solutions, and the Indonesian marketing landscape continues to evolve, it is crucial for marketers to identify trends and best practices that will help them accelerate business growth.
In line with MMA’s mission to continuously enlighten, empower and enable marketers to shape the future of modern marketing, we have developed the MMA Indonesia MarTech Report 2021. It includes valuable insights into Indonesia’s MarTech landscape, delving into topics such as advertising and promotion, content and experience, and commerce and sales.
The MMA’s MTA Tactical Success Guide is a tool for marketers to determine their organization’s data readiness for employing Multi- Touch Attribution, discussing specific data linking strategies, the value of Unified User IDs and more. It also includes a workbook which allows marketers to examine how their own data might be used in MTA.
MMA, in collaboration with Isobar; Powered by Slang Labs, launches the much-awaited - The Voice Playbook. The Playbook unpacks the potential impact of Voice capturing global and Indian media insights paving the way on how marketers can win with Voice. It will throw light on insights that will help you enhance your brand-customer journey. Unfolding:
A concise reference tool that visualizes all of the data needed, giving brands a clear picture of how datasets can interact and be integrated for successful MTA execution. It is intended to be a collaborative tool for marketers, agencies, DMPs and MTA providers to use to ensure nothing gets left out of the discussion.
Specifically, it shows:
How aggregate data can be tied back to unified user IDs
The components of linkable marketing
How first, second and third-party data flows into creating audience segments
In this joint project between MMA Global and Neustar, we used return on ad spend (ROAS), a widely used measure of marketing success, to develop an innovative ‘v2.O’ framework—as this report’s title notes—to help brands target a new group of consumers: the ‘movable middles.’
MMA India, in association with mFilterIt, has published the Ad Fraud Elimination Guidelines recommending best practices to combat the challenge through collaborative endeavours of advertisers, agencies and the publishers.
This approach recommends, for the first time ever, how advertisers, agencies and publishers can collaboratively work together, implementing best practices, to combat ad-fraud collectively and holistically. Only then a trust can be ensured throughout the value chain building an effective, RoI driven, and synergetic digital advertising ecosystem.
Covid-19 has created unprecedented disruption in every aspect of life including marketing and advertising. According to a recent study 70% of buyers have already adjusted or paused their planned ad spend, while 16% is still determining what actions to take. In this document we summarize some of the Industry’s best thinking in terms of advertising in times of crisis and we try to answer the key questions that block efficient marketing decision-making right now.
The Mobile Marketing Association and Decision Lab Ad Fraud report is the most essential guide for every marketer, agency, tech-provider and publisher to understand the mobile marketing ecosystem. The report marks the coming together of one of the biggest global trade associations and market research companies and this endeavour benefits all stakeholders in the business.
In this document, the Mobile Marketing Association intends to dissect the main trends that will drive mobile marketing in 2018. Here, you’ll have access to insights, analysis, opinions and projections from some of the great players in the industry, who will discuss the benefits and challenges of topics such as Augmented Reality, Blockchain, Artificial Intelligence, Mobile Payments, Location-Based Services, Multi-Touch Attribution and Transparent Use of Data.
The Mobile World Congress (MWC) has proclaimed this year marks the start of a new era. One in which connectivity will reign, ensuring instantaneous access to contents, people, and “things” via smart devices.
We hope you like the insights we brought back as the MWC proves that mobile technology is blood, fuel, and connector for all businesses we know and for the new ones to be created in the next few years.