Always-On Marketing Study Finds Major Disconnect Between Executives' Self-Perceptions and Reality

Razorfish defines always-on marketing (AOM) as data-driven, content-led experiences, delivered across channels and devices in real time.


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Razorfish and Adobe’s “The State of Always-On Marketing Study” found striking contrasts between how industry professionals perceive their data-driven marketing capabilities and actual performance.

Razorfish defines always-on marketing (AOM) as “data-driven, content-led experiences, delivered across channels and devices in real time.” A broad survey of marketing, technology and business professionals revealed a major disconnect between segmentation development and digital execution.

Fifty-eight percent of survey respondents considered themselves strong at targeting specific experiences to segmented groups.

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