Tag: CMO survey

Are You Sharing These Launch Strategies With Clients?

Launching a new product or service can be challenging for your clients. Marketplace noise continues to grow.

CMO Survey: Social Media and Mobile Advertising Set for Significant Budget Increases

Earlier this month, we discussed the coming increase in marketing budgets predicted by the CMO Survey produced by Dr. Christine Moorman at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. Businesses, on average, will boost their marketing budgets by 8.67%.

CMO Survey: Marketing Budgets to Grow by 8.7% Next Year

The latest CMO Survey, spearheaded by Dr. Christine Moorman at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business is out. With nearly 350 respondents, the survey gives us great insight into marketer plans for the next 12 months.

NRF: 54% of Retailers to Open Traditional Stores This Year

If you’re selling media space and services to retailers, the most recent reports might leave you feeling a bit spooked. Companies continue to close stores and the industry is shifting.

CMO Survey: Marketers Spend on Paid Search, Mobile to Achieve ROI

To track the value of their marketing efforts, your clients can probably tell you their ROI. But do they know what the industry average is?

CMO Survey Reveals Marketing Budget Jump, Social Media Surprise

The February 2019 CMO Survey is out. Now in its 11th year, the survey spearheaded by Dr. Christine Moorman at Duke’s Fuqua School of Business, offers a unique look at marketer trends.

CMO Survey: Digital Marketing to Grow to 54% of Budget in 5 Years

Businesses anticipate increasing their marketing budgets by 7.5% in the coming year. This news comes from the August 2018 CMO Survey sponsored by Duke’s Fuqua School of Management, Deloitte and the American Marketing Association.

CMO Study: 12% of Marketing Budgets Spent on Media

If you’ve noticed that your clients suddenly seem obsessed about delivering excellent service, you’re seeing evidence of a new trend. This year’s ad campaigns will reflect more promises about excellent service.

Digital Marketing Campaigns to Fuel Anticipated 2014 Business Expansion

Marketers are feeling better about the economy now than they have at any point during the past 4 years. That’s the news from the latest CMO Survey spearheaded by Dr. Christine Moorman and carried out with sponsorship from Duke’s Fuqua School of Businesses and the American Marketing Association. This survey is particularly valuable as it has tracked trends in marketer attitudes since 2008. Dr. Moorman and her colleagues regularly contact about 4,400 top marketers and obtain between a 9% and 10% response rate which delivers a nice snapshot of the business world.