More Agile Marketing Stats

Intelligent marketing should at times be thrown out the window by your gut feeling.

For a business not to advertise is like winking at a girl in the dark. You know what you are doing but no one else does.

53% of marketers say “no” to projects never or just a few times a year, while another 26% simply don’t have the authority to say “no” at all

Good advertising does not just circulate information. It penetrates the public mind with desires and belief.

Advertising is the ability to sense, interpret… to put the very heart throbs of a business into type, paper and ink.

Originality and unexpectedness are superpowers. Surprisingly, very few brands use them as such. They’re hard to master and far away from a science or anything you can test. That’s probably why you don’t see more truly original and unexpected communication today.

93% of CMOs who employ Agile practices say their speed to market for ideas, campaigns, and products has improved93% of CMOs who employ Agile practices say their speed to market for ideas, campaigns, and products has improved

[Companies] can’t just keep talking and saying the same old things. They need to listen, interact, and be somewhat interesting, just like any person who wants to be taken seriously.

‘Build it, and they will come’ only works in the movies. Social Media is a build it, nurture it, engage them, and they may come and stay.

If you look at the higest-rated videos on YouTube, they’re not sad dramas, they’re men getting hit with inflatable balls or animals falling off things. Younger generations love humor, which is why advertising is using increasing quantities of it to sell things. People like it. It works.