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8 – 15 December Marketing and ScholComms news round up

Updated: Jan 2


Welcome to our handpicked selection of marketing and scholcomms news from the past week. These are all free to access articles, so click through and explore.

Personalised content is essential. Recent stastics have shown that this year, consumers are 81% more likely to click on content that has been personalised to them; Neal Schaffer shares his top digital and social media marketing books to read in the coming year; Wiley shares a whitepaper exploring publication manipulation at a large scale; STM has released new guidelines on the use of generative AI in scholarly communications in a new whitepaper, Generative AI in Scholarly Communications.


Marketing


How can you grab the attention of your target audience? Personalised content is essential. Recent stastics have shown that this year, consumers are 81% more likely to click on content that has been personalised to them.

 

Christmas has evolved over the years, particularly in the digital age. According to recent statistics, 57% of consumers believe that digital devices are essential for the festive period, adding to a more enjoyable experience.

 

A major sustainability campaign from Scottish Water has gained the brand a lot of favour with consumers.

 

New features in Google Analytics 4 may help search engine marketers to prepare for changes to third party cookies.

 

Neal Schaffer shares his top digital and social media marketing books to read in the coming year.


Scholarly communications

 

Wiley shares a whitepaper exploring publication manipulation at a large scale.

 

STM has released new guidelines on the use of generative AI in scholarly communications in a new whitepaper, Generative AI in Scholarly Communications.

 

What’s the current state of repositories throughout Europe? A new report from OpenAIRE, LIBER, SPARC Europe and COAR has shed light on the current landscape.

 

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