Artificial intelligence marketing

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Artificial Intelligence Marketing (AIM) is a form of marketing that leverages artificial intelligence concepts and models such as Machine Learning and Bayesian Networks to achieve marketing goals. The main difference between this and traditional forms of marketing resides in the reasoning, which is performed by a computer algorithm rather than a human.

Artificial Intelligence is utilized in various digital marketing spaces, such as content marketing, email marketing, social media marketing, affiliate marketing, and beyond.[1]

Behavioral targeting[edit]

Behavioral targeting refers to the act of reaching out to a prospect or customer with communication based on implicit or explicit behavior shown. Understanding of behaviors is facilitated by marketing technology platforms such as web analytics, mobile analytics, social media analytics and trigger-based marketing platforms. Artificial Intelligence Marketing provides a set of tools and techniques that enable behavioral targeting.

To improve the efficiency of behavioral targeting, machine learning is used. Additionally, to prevent human bias in behavioral targeting at scale, artificial intelligence technologies are used. The most advanced form of behavioral targeting aided by artificial intelligence is called algorithmic marketing.

Collect, reason, act[edit]

Artificial intelligence marketing principles are based on the perception-reasoning-action cycle found in cognitive science. In the context of marketing, this cycle is adapted to form the collect, reason and act cycle.


This term relates to all activities which aim to capture customer or prospect data. Whether taken online or offline, this data is then saved into customer or prospect databases.


This is the stage where data is transformed into information and, eventually, intelligence or insight. This is the phase where artificial intelligence and machine learning in particular play a key role.


With the intelligence gathered in the reason stage one can then act. In the context of marketing, an act would be an attempt to influence a prospect or customer purchase decision using an incentive driven message.

In an unsupervised model the machine in question would take the decision and act according to the information it received in the collect stage.

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  1. ^ YEĞİN, TUĞBA (2020-01-01). "Pazarlama Stratejilerinde Yapay Zekanin". Ekev Akademi Dergisi (81): 489–506. doi:10.17753/ekev1340. ISSN 2148-0710.

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