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Today on RBDR: 1) Forrester Research VP Carl Doty advises companies to forego creation of Chief Data Officer or Chief Digital Officer positions. They are a distraction for what actually needs to happen inside the typical corporation. 2) Think social media is the most powerful influence on television viewing? Think again, says a University of Rochester Simon Business School study. It’s actually word of mouth. 3) Facebook is joining Twitter in making available information about what its members are talking about to marketers. 4) Candice Bennett is the latest researcher to enter the political arena.

5 metrics for customer centricity. Drones for mobile data. (RBDR 2.25.2015)

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Today on RBDR: 1) MarketingProf.com contributor Laura Patterson presents the “5 Key Metrics You Need to Create a Customer-Centric Company,” a resource for every company that says it is goal is customer centricity. 2) The newest mobile location-based data solution: drones, which will be tested by Adnear in the suburbs of Los Angeles. 3) Third-party data, or what the Wall Street Journal’s Jack Marshall refers to as “Audience Segments,” is not winning favor with marketers that are trying to reach target consumers.