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data, data science, data storytelling

The Skills Needed for Data Storytelling

by Marc Fanelli, SVP Strategic Partnerships and Global Data Supply, Eyeota. Extracted from I-COM Data Storytelling Council whitepaper.

It is important to recognise that the term “Data Storytelling” is a double-edged sword. Businesses increasingly require complex data analysis that drives business decision-making into narratives that are consumable, understandable and able to be democratised across organisations – to both technical and non-technical people alike.

 

Audience Data, Partnership, Digital Advertising

Five Areas Marketing Needs to Address for Better Data Storytelling

Marc Fanelli, SVP Strategic Partnerships and Global Data Supply, has contributed to the latest I-COM Data Storytelling Council whitepaper - Five Areas Marketing Needs to Address for Better Data Storytelling.

Download the full whitepaper to learn more.

 

Advertiser, Digital Advertising, video

In Conversation: Eyeota and Amobee Talk Audiences for Social Campaigns

Watch this discussion between Kristina Prokop, CEO of Eyeota, and Luke Hathaway VP, Social from Amobee to learn why you should include omnichannel audience profiles in your social media advertising campaigns.

 

Advertiser, Digital Advertising, podcast

CEO Kristina Prokop chats data on the Stirista Podcast

Eyeota CEO Kristina Prokop joins Stirista's VP of B2B Products, Vincent Pietrefesa and CEO Ajay Gupta on their The Marketing Stir Podcast. Take a listen to learn how Kristina founded Eyeota, complying with GDPR and lots of other data related issues!

 

Audience Data, Partnership, Digital Advertising, social targeting

Eyeota Audiences Now Available for Social Activation Through Amobee

Eyeota has formed a unique partnership with Amobee which enables marketers to seamlessly connect with their target audiences on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Snapchat and Twitter. Eyeota’s social audience activation is now available in all global markets across the Americas, Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and Asia-Pacific (APAC).