The Map to Brand Growth
Whether it’s the I'm Lovin' It jingle or the Golden Arches that make you think of McDonald's they are both examples of salience, and salience sells.
It should not be any wonder anymore for any marketer that advertising and creativity thrive on echoing real life trends to get people’s attention and engage. Thus it’s not a surprise to see so many of this year’s Cannes creativity winners embracing the concept of fake news in their own special way.
Device agnostic is the new research reality. Today, over half of the global population use smartphones – a number predicted to rise to 70% in 2021. There is no doubt that allowing respondents to take surveys on smartphones represents a critical tipping point for our industry. We must adapt quickly to stay connected to consumers, but with that comes risk as we need to rethink questionnaire design to meet respondents’ expectations on mobile.