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August 30, 2022

Today on RBDR: Two studies merit your attention. One, the cost of retailers acquiring new customers has spiraled upward by 222% since 2014. Second, CMOs are not receiving the information, insights and actionability they’ve expected from their company’s analytics.

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Facebook optimizes News Feed. CMO Metrics report. GOP copies Obama ad strategy. (RBDR 02.03.2016)

Today on RBDR:

1) Facebook begins to use qualitative feedback to figure out the optimum News Feed for individual members.

2) The CMO Council releases its study that explains the metrics most respected by marketers in assessing their customer engagement efforts.

3) GOP political operatives are copying President Obama’s 2012 TV advertising-buying playbook.

RBDR is sponsored today and this week by Decision Analyst, helping companies accelerate new product development.

New products are pathways to the future, the lifeblood of strategic survival. You are invited to read Decision Analyst President Jerry W. Thomas’ article, “New Products.” Find it here.

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Oracle buys Maxymizer. Google Glass returning. (RBDR 8.31.2015)

Today on RBDR:

1) Oracle enters an agreement to buy Maxymizer, boosting its Web viewing measurement and analysis.

2) New statistics reveal companies are shifting their focus and spending from customer channels to tracking the full customer journey and new evidence of the TV-Twitter connection, and its benefits.

3) Multiple reports says Google Glass is coming back, boasting additions and improvements.

RBDR is sponsored today and this week by Decision Analyst, helping companies build stronger brands through advanced analytics.

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