What works:Directly linking marketing activities to the creation of shareholder value, customer lifetime value, an iterative creative process where lots of ultra-targeted ads are created and tested in real time, systematically ferreting out inefficiency, testing your CMO to see if he or she has the digital marketing chops to get the job done.
What doesn’t work:Most CMOs, CEOs who ignore their role as “brand stewards”, using customer data in ways that are creepy or invasive, and CMO/ Chief Information Officer turf wars, among other things.
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