The End Of Advertising As We Know It
CMOs Should Shift Billions From Ad Interruptions To Branded Relationships
May 2, 2017
Why Read This Report
People love to hate advertising, yet this annoying feature of modern life has funded the global economy more effectively than any other source. But that's changing. Society doesn't need advertising like it used to. People have less time for interruption-driven media. At the same time, they are putting more trust in intelligent agents to guide their decisions. This report outlines how top CMOs will unravel the final threads of advertising as we know it, taking as much as $2.9 billion away from display advertising in the next year.
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Table of Contents
- Advertising Was Awesome — Necessary, Even — While It Lasted
- CMOs Will Unravel The Final Threads Of Ad Interruptions
- Enter Intelligent, Conversational Customer Relationships
- Embed Brand Personality In The Conversation Now
What It Means
- CMOs Will Shift Billions From Bad Ads To Better Relationships
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