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How often do you listen to your intuition when making a decision? That “gut feeling” is an essential human function. It’s the sensation from deep within our lizard brains that tells us something feels off, and we might be in danger. It’s helpful at worst, and life-saving at best. But when it comes to marketing? Your gut feeling is probably wrong.
TED talks are a great place for AI insights and inspiration, as they feature people with a range of AI backgrounds and experiences. A search for “artificial intelligence” on the TED talks website turns up hundreds of results. In case you don’t have the time to watch them all, we compiled a list of our favorites.
In the nearly 50 years since email was invented, people have spent a great deal of time and energy perfecting the ways they send messages to ensure a desired outcome. Maybe the outcome is simply an open. In other cases, it’s a click or a reply.
At the inaugural Marketing Artificial Intelligence Conference (MAICON), hundreds of marketers gathered to truly understand AI and learn how to educate their teams, earn executive support, pilot AI projects, and develop a strategy for successfully scaling AI in their organizations. These 300+ marketers from 12 countries and 28 states learned, networked, and discussed the possibilities AI can bring to their marketing programs.
Historically, content marketing is a labor-intensive part of any marketer’s job. Content strategy alone is a massive undertaking, with layers of research, planning, and execution that represent tons of hours. Even once you dive into actual writing and promotion of content, you’re still only scratching the surface of all that’s required for successful content marketing. But AI in content marketing can help make content marketing more profitable by driving costs down and improving performance. Need proof?