Digital marketing trends and predictions for 2022 (Podcast)

In this episode, the team is joined by Julia Munder, International Marketing Director of luxury leather goods brand Maxwell-Scott. In the face of a cookie-less landscape, the next generation of Google’s Analytics and marketplaces’ immense growth, together the team discuss the current and emerging trends of 2022, with an eye towards retail.


Topics of discussion:


  • How privacy and cookies are still a hot topic and some of the proposed solutions out there, including FLoC
  • The next-generation measurement and tracking solutions provided by Google Analytics 4
  • The importance of zero and first-party data, making the most of the data you have and coming up with new and creative strategies to capture data
  • The rise of walled-gardens in paid advertising
  • Google’s Core Web Vitals website ranking factors and the increasing emphasis on UX and site speed to improve conversion rates
  • Building out content that matches users search intent and for all stages of the funnel and the importance of video content
  • The continuous move to more automation in paid advertising, the growth of marketplaces
  • and much more…


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Joining this podcast are:

A photo of Pete Whitmarsh, Head of Paid Media at Search Laboratory digital marketing agency.

Pete Whitmarsh

Head of Paid Media

A photo of James Kenny, Head of Paid Social and Programmatic, at Search Laboratory digital marketing agency.

James Kenny

Head of Paid Social and Programmatic

A photo of Jimmy McCann, Head of Digital Strategy at Search Laboratory digital marketing agency.

Jimmy McCann

Head of Digital Strategy

We’re also joined by…

Julia Munder, International Marketing Director at Maxwell-Scott

Julia Munder is the CEO of RO Pictures, a straight-talking, end-to-end video production company on a mission to create striking visuals that always engage and she also currently holds a position as international marketing director for the award-winning luxury leather goods brand Maxwell-Scott. With 10 years of experience in e-commerce, digital marketing, and international communications, Julia is a strong advocate for uniting all things creative and analytical. Having recently been quoted as a marketing expert by the likes of Econsultancy, Marketing Week and NatWest, Julia regularly speaks on international localization, content strategy and effective workflow implementation. With Maxwell-Scott she has recently won the coveted Drapers Award for Accessory Brand of the Year and has been nominated for the Drapers Innovator Award.

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