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Trace a line from customer experience to profitsPublished on 01 Feb 2017
Every sector is challenged by digitalPublished on 30 Nov 2016
Digital Imperatives for Marketing whitepaperPublished on 30 Nov 2016
The PubMatic Quarterly Mobile Index (QMI) ReportPublished on 04 Nov 2015
Consumer Psychology When Shopping And The Data That Tracks It - GMG DigitalPublished on 21 Jul 2015
This whitepaper is provided courtesy of GMG Digital, an award winning digital marketing agency that offers retailers an evidence-based approach to a brand’s online presence and website.
The Future of Digital Marketing: 13 Trends You Can’t Afford To IgnorePublished on 14 Jul 2015
Sensis Social Media ReportPublished on 26 May 2015
Digital Demand StudyPublished on 15 May 2015
Commissioned by AIMIA, this resource by Shop Science will empower readers to leverage their business and professional skills to make strongest impact in the industry.
EY - Power and Utilities sector reportPublished on 28 Apr 2015
Find out how digital will turn poor customer experience on its head for P&U companies.
Innovid 2015 Interactive Video BenchmarksPublished on 16 Mar 2015
Australian Mobile Phone Lifestyle Index 2014 (AMPLI)Published on 05 Dec 2014
Digital Australia: State of the Nation 2014Published on 24 Nov 2014
The influence of the digital economy on the Australian economy, and society more broadly, continues to accelerate. It is a key issue for business and public sector leaders as organisations look to further embrace 'digital' and all it encompasses.
The Digital Australia: State of the Nation report provides a fresh perspective on the digital landscape.
The report shines a spotlight on Australian consumers to capture and understand their digital consumption and behaviours, as well as their attitudes and experiences in the digital age.
Complementing the extensive research with consumers are the views of ‘digital opinion leaders’ who signpost how commercial and government organisations can better meet the needs of today’s digitally astute consumers.
The Digital Australia Report is invaluable for anyone looking to better understand the prevailing dynamics in the digital world and how to capitalise on the future.
The New Possibilities of Cross-Device Interactive VideoPublished on 23 Nov 2014
AIMIA Retail Research Report 2014Published on 09 Oct 2014
AIMIA & Adobe Web Design Survey 2014Published on 24 Jul 2014
eSalary Survey - The Australian Salary Survey for Marketing, Creative and Digital ProfessionalsPublished on 30 May 2014
Australian mobile device ownership and home usage report 2014Published on 09 Apr 2014
Australian mobile device ownership and home usage report 2014
AIMIA Digital Industry Salary Survey 2013 - Digital Agency EditionPublished on 23 Mar 2014
Industry Salary Survey is titled ‘2nd AIMIA Digital Industry Salary Report – Digital Agency
Edition’. It has been undertaken by AIMIA to provide the Digital Industry with quality and relevant
information for digital agencies to help them resource effectively.
The first edition included media agencies, creative agencies, publishers digital agencies and fullservice agencies, while the second edition is designed primarily for digital agencies and covers additional areas such as work type, sourcing strategies, projected salary increases and
Australian Mobile Phone Lifestyle Index 2013 (AMPLI)Published on 01 Oct 2013
The overall objective of the annual study is to gain insights into the current and changing profile, behaviour and preferences of Australian mobile phone users over time. It remains the only known national, independent tracking study that makes its comprehensive results freely available to all interested parties. For this edition, the special topic questions related to mobile retail.
Yellow Pages Social Media Report 2013Published on 21 May 2013
Working in Australia's Digital Games Industry Consolidation Report 2011Published on 01 May 2013
AIMIA Digital Industry Salary Survey 2012Published on 05 Dec 2012
Need to know general digital industry stats like average staff turn-over rates and average length of service?
AIMIA is proud to present the first comprehensive and independent Australian Digital Industry Salary Report.
Australian Mobile Phone Lifestyle Index 2012 (AMPLI)Published on 03 Sep 2012
The overall objective of the annual study is to gain insights into the current and changing profile, behaviour and preferences of Australian mobile phone users over time. It remains the only known national, independent tracking study that makes its comprehensive results freely available to all interested parties. For this edition, the special topic questions related to the impact of tablets on mobile phone use.
Australian Retail Adoption Plans for Online Advertising and E-tailing 2012Published on 01 May 2012
Monash University’s The Australian Centre For Retail Studies.
Qualitative research was first performed, consisting of 20 interviews with large Australian retailers.
This was followed by an online survey of 169 Australian retailers, and compared to a similar 2010
survey of 128 Australian retailers.