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Measurement:

Swapnil Sinha on “Marketing Measurement Via Attribution” at #ZeeMelt 2017

What is Google's Attribution Model, and how can brands and marketers adapt their approach to measuring and analyzing evolving user behaviour? Answers by Google's Swapnil Sinha.

Opinion:

Pratham Hegde on Digital Marketing Measurement at #ZeeMelt 2017

Facebook's Pratham Hegde unravels the opportunities for advertisers on the social media platform.

Research:

Sarah Owen on Engaging Millenials & GenZs at #ZeeMelt 2017

What are the key priorities for Millenials and GenZ consumers, and where do they overlap? WGSN's Sarah Owen spills the beans.

Research:

Abhinav Chetan on Machine Learning & Google Ads at #ZeeMelt 2017

How will Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence change Google's Marketing Platforms? Google's Abhinav Chetan explains at Zee MELT 2017.

Studies:

“Predestination” by PHD India at #ZeeMelt 2017

What are the key trends that will shape the future of marketing and media professionals? PHD India's Predestination attempts to answer that very question.

Research:Videos

Satya Raghavan says “You Are A YouTube Star” at #ZeeMelt 2017

Satya Raghavan (Head - Entertainment Partnerships, Google) unlocks the secrets to be a successful content creator on YouTube.

Research:

Neel Murty on Measurement & Apps at #ZeeMelt 2017

Google India's Neel Murty shares thoughts on how marketers should define success in the ever-evolving world of smartphones and apps.

Marketing:

Dion McKenzie on “The (New) Digital Consumer” at #ZeeMelt 2017

How do you define today's digital consumer? Dion McKenzie, Group Director - Marketing & Communications, Iron Group breaks it down in this session at the Disruptive Marketing hall at Zee MELT 2017.

Opinion:

Twitter’s Soumya Parmar on the Live Video trend at #ZeeMelt 2017

Real time broadcasts command premium consumer attention, but are successful only when planned well. Twitter's Soumya Parmar shares the know how in this session.

Research:

Point of View: ‘Born on the web’, brands understand customer service

When everything is going well, no one notices. It is when things go wrong that reputations get built. One of my bosses, the founder of Direct Marketing, R Sridhar, published a booklet titled, ‘Life begins after the coupons come in.’ I think we can safely update it to ‘Brands get built when customer service kicks in.’