Nate Elliott

Vice President, Principal Analyst serving Marketing Leadership PROFESSIONALS

As a vice president and principal analyst serving Marketing Leadership Professionals, Nate Elliott helps companies develop interactive marketing strategies for global and emerging markets, with a special focus on branding channels such as social media and online video advertising. His clients come from nearly every industry — including consumer goods, pharmaceuticals, and financial services — and from all over the world.

Previous Work Experience

Nate is an industry pioneer who's been helping marketers create interactive strategies since 1995. He worked at DoubleClick from 1997 until 2001, managing the DoubleClick Studio advertising design team and serving as the company's senior manager for rich media products. In 2001, Nate founded the US IAB's Rich Media Task Force and set the first industry standards for rich media and video ads. He's also worked for Macromedia (now Adobe) developing rich media products and standards, and has been with Forrester since 2003. Nate has lived and worked in London, New York, Berlin, and Vancouver.

Nate has spoken at hundreds of events around the world, including the Web 2.0 Expo and ad:tech; he writes columns for publications such as Mashable, Forbes, and Adweek; and he regularly offers comment to leading media outlets such as the BBC, The Economist, and The New York Times.

Education

Nate studied computer-mediated communication and interactive multimedia design at Cornell University.

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  • Nate Elliott
  • Past 18 months
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:The Four Social Marketing Tools You Need

    Tools And Technology: The Social Marketing Playbook

    Marketers spend billions of dollars on social media every year, and they're increasingly turning to technology vendors to support their social programs. But for many marketers, the social technology...

    • Downloads: 1805
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:How Do Teens Use Social Media?

    North American Consumer Technographics®

    In 2014, it would be difficult to find a US teen that doesn't use social media on a regular basis. The majority of young consumers ages 12 to 17 connect with their friends on social networks every...

    • Downloads: 34
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:The Social Technographics® Intensity Matrix Drives Tactical Success

    How To Target Your Audience's Favorite Social Behaviors And Sites

    In 2013, Forrester introduced two new data models — the Social Technographics® Score and the Social Technographics Intensity Matrix — to help you better understand your audiences'...

    • Downloads: 327
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Introducing The New Social Technographics®: The First Step Toward Social Success

    Landscape: The Social Marketing Playbook

    For most marketers, the question is no longer whether their customers use social media but rather how best to use social media to interact with those customers. So we've created a new data model...

    • Downloads: 1894
  • For Customer Insights Professionals

    Report:Quick Take: How Facebook's Mood Manipulation Study Affects Marketing

    The Social Giant's Research Could Help Brands In The Long Term, If It Doesn't Scare Users Away

    Now that Facebook has confirmed its ability to manipulate user sentiment by changing what users see in their news feeds, marketers and customer insights leaders need to reconsider their brands'...

    • Downloads: 97
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Brief: Facebook Dominates Teens' Social Usage

    Why The Sky Isn't Falling On The World's Favorite Social Network

    Since Facebook's CFO admitted in 2013 that young teens were visiting the site slightly less frequently, most marketers have accepted as fact that teens are fleeing the site en masse. But that's...

    • Downloads: 146
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:The Four Social Programs Every Marketer Should Study

    Best Practices: The Social Marketing Playbook

    In April 2014, Forrester announced the winners of the eighth annual Forrester Groundswell Awards. The awards recognize the very best in social marketing — focusing on programs that go beyond...

    • Downloads: 160
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Use Instagram Now

    Before The Rules Change

    Marketers seeking social engagement should turn to Instagram's low-clutter, brand-friendly environment. Top brands' Instagram posts generate a per-follower engagement rate 58 times higher than their...

    • Downloads: 235
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:The Case For Google Plus

    Three Reasons Every Marketer Should Use It

    It's clear that Google Plus can't match Facebook for audience size, so it's no surprise that brands are much more active on Facebook and have collected much larger fan bases there. But Google Plus...

    • Downloads: 269
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Data Defines The Future Of Social Relationship Platforms

    How And Why Emerging SRPs Are Overtaking Established Vendors

    More marketers use branded Facebook pages and Twitter accounts than use any other social tactic, but barely one-half say they're satisfied.Many don't know what content to post, or when; others don't...

    • Downloads: 312
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Win The Social Marketing Measurement Game

    Performance Management: The Social Marketing Playbook

    Measuring social marketing is hard. But too often, the solutions that marketers use — such as focusing only on engagement, cherry-picking only the best-looking numbers, or relying on vendors'...

    • Downloads: 764
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Predictions 2014: Marketing Leaders Put Insights To Use

    Big Data Makes Way For Smart Data Across Social, Mobile, And Media

    Marketers have more channels to choose from than ever before. In 2014, their choices will become even more numerous, thanks to increasing device proliferation, the Internet of Things, and the...

    • Downloads: 833
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Twitter Marketers Are Still Looking For Answers

    Many Marketers Use The Platform, But Few Have Unlocked Its Full Value

    Most companies now market on Twitter, but many say the social network isn't yet delivering business value. Why? Many marketers target the wrong objectives. And Twitter itself must do more —...

    • Downloads: 262
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Master The Next Wave Of Social

    Executive Overview: The Social Marketing Playbook

    For the marketing leader, social media offers both a huge opportunity and daunting challenge. You know you can reach and engage your customers on social channels, but the environment is foreign...

    • Downloads: 1801
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Why Facebook Is Failing Marketers

    The Leading Social Network Has Abandoned Social Marketing

    For years, Facebook has teased marketers with its potential to redefine their industry. And considering Facebook's enormous audience, its ever-growing cache of affinity data, and its potential to...

    • Downloads: 621
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:The POST Process Drives Social Success

    Strategic Plan: The Social Marketing Playbook

    Nearly 10 years into the social marketing boom, many executives are still going about social strategy backward: picking technologies such as Facebook or Twitter first instead of focusing on what they...

    • Downloads: 4276
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Integrate Social Into Your Marketing RaDaR

    Vision: The Social Marketing Playbook

    Nearly every marketer uses social media today, but too few use it well. Most marketers treat social as something special and unique, leading them either to separate it completely from the rest of...

    • Downloads: 1863
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:Mix Art And Science For Marketing Success

    Vision: The Marketing Mix Optimization Playbook

    Marketers have access to more marketing channels than ever before — but most of them are struggling to cope with the increasing complexity of allocating budget effectively across channels and...

    • Downloads: 928
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:The Forrester Wave™: Social Relationship Platforms, Q2 2013

    The Eight Providers That Matter Most And How They Stack Up

    In Forrester's 49-criteria evaluation of social relationship platform (SRP) vendors, we identified the eight most significant vendors — Adobe, Hearsay Social, salesforce.com's Buddy Media,...

    • Downloads: 1128
  • For Marketing Leadership Professionals

    Report:How To Exploit The Database Of Affinity

    And Why Google, Not Facebook, Will Dominate Affinity Marketing

    Every day, huge numbers of people tell us what they like by voting for things, talking about things, reviewing things, and engaging in other online social interactions. All these behaviors add up to...

    • Downloads: 421