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The Importance of Experience Design and the Future of Brand

The Importance of Experience Design and the Future of Brand

Customers today are accidental narcissists. Tomorrow is an entirely new game brands, CX strategists and marketers. Disruption is a gift either given to you or by you. Knowing this, we are still making mistakes in creating meanignful experiences to a new generation of connected, impatient and demanding customers. We get stuck in legacy thinking, playbooks and metrics rather than innovate and disrupt to fully capitalize on new digital opportunities. Following my presentation at Adobe Summit, I had the opportunity to…

What does the future of CX look like? Here are some of the most promising predictions

What does the future of CX look like? Here are some of the most promising predictions

What does the future of CX look like? That was the question asked by CMO.com shortly before the new year. The result is an impressive list of predictions offered by some of the brightest minds working to make the future of CX a reality today. This is What the “CX of the Future” Looks Like The entire list is worth your time and study. Here are some of my favorites: “The CX of the future will be a combination of ultra-convenient…

What CMOs Must Get Right In 2017 To Succeed as an ‘Experience Business’

What CMOs Must Get Right In 2017 To Succeed as an ‘Experience Business’

Like clockwork, every December, experts voice their predictions and advice to guide us in the coming year. Sometimes I offer my thoughts. Mostly, I spend my time curating emerging and disruptive technology trends. This year however, my dear friend Giselle Abramovich with CMO.com, reached out with an exceptional question and I couldn’t resist…especially since the answer was limited to 25 words. Digital transformation and becoming a “customer experience business” is clearly the future for marketing. What is the one thing CMOs…

CMO.com: Marketing In The ‘Micro’ And ‘Near-Me’ Moments

CMO.com: Marketing In The ‘Micro’ And ‘Near-Me’ Moments

For big companies that operate hundreds and thousands of locations–I’m talking about the Targets and Walgreens of the world–location marketing is the foundation of all marketing. And location marketing means a lot more than optimizing content for location pages to be found in search results. This reality was underscored in a recent New York Times article, “Marketing in the Moments, to Reach Customers Online.” Written by Robert D. Hof, the story discusses a fundamental shift occurring in marketing. Instead of…

Pardon My Bluntness, The Future of Marketing is Screwed…But It Doesn’t Have To Be

Pardon My Bluntness, The Future of Marketing is Screwed…But It Doesn’t Have To Be

The Adobe Summit in London is a pretty special event to me. A big part of it of course has to do with its location. I adore London and all of my friends, and those I’ve yet to meet, make the trip special each time. The other reason is that Adobe’s platform reaches EMEA and thus helps marketers who are pushing for change on a global scale. To prepare for the event, the team at CMO.com asked me to share…

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