Most marketers don’t have plans to use consultancies and their agency services over the next six months. In a survey of 47 brand marketers by Digiday Research this fall, the majority of respondents said they have no plans to use consulting firms’ agency services for brand strategy, creative production, media planning or strategy or media buying.
Digiday Research: In-housing saves money but retaining staff is tough
Digiday Research: What brands find most difficult to take in-house
In this week’s Rundown: Digital media’s consolidation period is on, and the key seems to be less about winning, but more about simply surviving. Meanwhile, agencies are also worrying about survival, especially when it comes to landing prized, hip direct-to-consumer clients. Their strategy: Convince those brands they’re just like them.
The Rundown: What publishers think of the demise of the third-party cookie
The Rundown: Move over GDPR, CCPA is coming and bringing with it confusion
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Brands face some tough decisions ahead. In 2018 their demands for better control over the marketing landscape — from their agency partners to platforms — kept rising, and that trend will become increasingly pronounced in 2019. Meanwhile, brands face challenges as they figure out how to bring more capabilities in-house. At the Digiday Brand Summit in Palm Springs, California, marketers met to discuss these challenges and what the year ahead will hold.