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Neuromarketing and sustainable advertising among top advertising trends for 2024

Amardeep Singh, CEO of Interactive Avenues, believes that consumer demand for corporate responsibility and transparency will drive a heightened emphasis on ethical advertising practices and sustainability

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Neuromarketing and sustainable advertising among top advertising trends for 2024

Amardeep Singh

In the ever-evolving landscape of digital advertising, the road ahead seems to beckon with exciting possibilities. As we stand on the cusp of a new year, Amardeep Singh, CEO of Interactive Avenues, shed light on the forthcoming trends shaping the advertising sphere.

The heartbeat of 2024 pulses with promises of innovation, with Artificial Intelligence (AI), machine learning and neuromarketing emerging as the guiding stars, according to Singh.

Whether it's the rise of video content or the evolution of influencer marketing, the advertising industry and brands have acknowledged the influence of these current trends in 2023, as many of them swiftly adopted these trends to maintain a competitive edge. Now that we stand on the threshold of a new year, the question that looms large is: What trends will take centre stage in 2024?

In a recent conversation with BestMediaInfo, Singh highlighted certain key trends that are likely to shape the digital advertising landscape in 2024, including:

Advanced AI and Machine Learning: AI will take on an increasingly pivotal role, contributing to the creation of personalised ad content, optimised ad placements, and more accurate predictions of consumer behaviour.

Immersive Technologies: With Apple and Meta driving the adoption of VR headsets, 2024 may mark a defining year for the integration of AR, VR, and mixed reality in advertising, offering consumers more immersive and engaging experiences.

Ethical and Sustainable Advertising: Consumer demand for corporate responsibility and transparency will drive a heightened emphasis on ethical advertising practices and sustainability.

Increased Use of 5G Technology: The rollout of 5G networks will facilitate faster and more efficient ad deliveries, particularly for high-quality video and interactive content.

Neuromarketing: Leveraging neuroscience to understand consumer decision-making processes will become more mainstream, leading to more effective ad strategies.

Decentralised Advertising Models: Blockchain technology might foster decentralised advertising ecosystems, offering increased transparency and control to advertisers and consumers.

Moreover, Singh provided insights into the significant trends that dominated the digital advertising space in 2023.

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning: These technologies were more seamlessly integrated into marketing strategies, providing personalised customer experiences, predictive analytics, and enhanced decision-making processes.

Voice and Conversational Marketing: The rise of smart speakers and voice assistants led to the growth of voice search and conversational marketing, emphasising more natural, dialogue-based interactions with consumers.

Video Content Dominance: Video content, particularly short-form videos, continued to dominate social media platforms, driving engagement and brand awareness.

Influencer Marketing Evolution: Influencer marketing underwent a transformation, shifting towards more authentic, long-term partnerships and a focus on ROI, often involving micro-influencers.

Privacy-First Marketing: Amid increasing concerns about data privacy, brands concentrated on building trust through transparent data practices and privacy-first approaches.

Omnichannel Marketing: Providing a seamless customer experience across various channels, including online, offline, and social media, remained a crucial aspect of marketing strategies.

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