The stakes for content that’s engaging, valuable and memorable are high – and interactive video is taking this tide by storm. As a viewer, going from passive consumer to being proactive in the driver’s seat is a bullet-proof way of remembering the content. Developing a meaningful and personalised relationship means understanding your consumer’s habits, paying attention to how they think and communicating with them so that it isn’t intrusive. Continue Reading
Consumer personalisation is the way forward for retailers these days as online shoppers become more selective and sophisticated. In an exclusive interview with The Rundown, Wootag was invited to share insights on personalisation in digital commerce.
Driven by curiosity and a need for relevant content, Wootag chatted with CNBC Asia on how today’s user experience will direct users to the touchpoints and calls to action that are most suitable. Overall, the ease and functionality of the user experience is of utmost importance. Continue Reading
The demand for content personalisation intensifies as audiences grow more transparent in their choices, varied in their interests and inconsistent with their buyer behaviour. There are language and cultural differences faced when scaling globally and within each market, you can segment audiences through numerous indicators. Continue Reading
Honouring the brightest, boldest and most innovative in advertising, digital media and beyond, the Mumbrella 360 Asia conference had a strong focus on the ever-changing world of content marketing. Continue Reading
Wootag ‘Marketing Technology Company of the Year’ – The Mumbrella 360 Asia Awards
The Mumbrella 360 Asia awards are the industry metric for the most innovative and most creative players in the media, marketing and advertising industries, and beyond. Wootag is deeply honoured to receive recognition as ‘Marketing Technology Company of the Year’. Continue Reading
Audiences are becoming increasingly fragmented and detached in today’s digital space. They hold autonomy and discretion of which content they wish to consume and the content that they engage with most will be the ones that get top-of-mind and global reach.
Indeed, in this day and age of excess, quality content that is useful and unique, timely or taps on technology to project a memorable personality will be the champions of audience engagement. Hence, technology has an increasingly powerful impact on determining audience emotions or driving their curiosity. Similarly, its power sees brands strengthening their relevance and loyalty among followers. Continue Reading
The Millennial 2020 conference celebrates the continuous innovation of start-ups and changes taking place in the digital commerce experience.
With a flurry of change, the digital commerce revolution leaves users with much to aspire to and be excited about. It’s tough staying on top of experience-led campaigns and understanding how best to use the variety of platforms and technologies, which leaves Millennial 2020 as a prime space for learning, exchange and synergy.
Wootag is honoured to be named as one of the 30 most promising start-ups under the Unilever Foundry, a recognition of reinventing the customer experience, injecting interactivity to video and adding a human simplicity to digital commerce.
The ways in which we shop are becoming increasingly effortless and diverse. There is also pressure for online stores to think outside the box more and find newer ways to engage and retain customers.
Wootag is delighted to chat with Channel NewsAsia’s First Look Asia for our perspective on how today’s user experience will be driven by curiosity as well as a desire for relevant content.
Wootag on shopper interactivity
In a mobile-hyperactive world, shoppers are looking for increased convenience, reducing time and money, and lightening their burdens. Raj Sunder, CEO and founder of Wootag, shared with CNA alongside a panel comprising EY and Adatos AI, about the way in which technology is redefining the way people shop and the new frontiers of merging both online and offline shopping.
In today’s surplus of online travel content, consumers are savvy in making choices and discretionary when it comes to absorbing information. The responsibility of travel brands now lies in their flexibility, connecting with consumers wherever they are on-the-go. Getting that digestible, exclusive and mobile-friendly content into their hands will remain a goal for travel brands, one that they must evolve to keep up to terms with. Continue Reading