Procter & Gamble Reduces Digital Spend – Emphasizes Measurement

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For those of you currently attending the ANA Media Conference in Florida, you probably had a chance to catch the presentation on Thursday, March 1st.  For those that didn’t, there was a fantastic article in the WSJ by Suzanne Vranica published on Thursday that outlined the most recent stance taken by Marc Pritchard of Procter & Gamble.

Marc has been very vocal about cleaning up the digital landscape and has continued to provide amazing insights and detail into the approach he and his team have taken thus far.  Some of the highlights from this most recent headline include:

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Episode 2: Unilever, Facebook, and the Wild West of Digital

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Thank you to everyone who downloaded and listened to Episode 1.  Episode 2 of the Analytics Neat Podcast explores Unilever’s threats to pull advertising from Facebook and Google citing content concerns and the “fake news” epidemic being widely discussed in the US.

Please rate, review and subscribe on iTunes.  You can continue the conversation with me directly via the Contact Form , Twitter (@billbruno) using  #AnalyticsNeat, or leave a comment right here on the post.

Meeting Framework to Build Open Communication

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One of the most common complaints as a leader tends to be: I can’t fix what I can’t see.  In a fast-paced environment, or if your organization is growing leaps and bounds, you might find yourself heavily removed from the minutiae on a day to day basis.

Things that you might have typically been involved in are now being managed by leadership that you trust; leaders that you are creating a clearing for so that they may grow in their roles and build their teams.  However, the feedback loop isn’t always what you’d like it to be, or perhaps is simply being overlooked as people are running around in their daily jobs.

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Episode 1: Adobe and GDPR

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Our first episode of Analytics Neat reviews recent communication from Adobe to its customers related to the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) legislation.  We explore why this matters to brands and some questions to think about as an organization in this short-format podcast.

The Podcast will eventually be available on iTunes, Spotify, and Google Play once it has passed the review period.  In the meantime, you can use this feed link to subscribe:

http://billbruno.com/category/analytics-neat-podcast/feed/

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