Creative - 03.07.2024


by Damiano Antonelli, Chief Creative Officier

In the constantly evolving landscape of digital marketing, Artificial Intelligence is establishing itself as a transformative force that is redefining the creation of creative content. As Chief Creative Officer, it is crucial to explore how AI can be leveraged to enhance marketing strategies, optimize creative processes, and maximize our clients’ audience engagement.

AI and Creativity: A Winning Combination?

AI-powered creativity represents a new frontier in digital marketing. AI tools analyze vast amounts of data to identify emerging trends, predict consumer behaviors, and provide valuable insights that guide creative decisions. Could this synergy between human intuition and AI’s analytical capabilities enable the creation of more relevant and impactful content?
We know well that the creative world is divided on the topic of AI, but one thing is certain: we can’t go back, and this revolution cannot be stopped.

At Intarget, we utilize AI to enhance the work of our creative teams, allowing them to focus on ideation and strategy. For example, our BAIS (Brand Artificial Intelligence Share) tool uses sophisticated algorithms to map brand presence and perception in Large Language Models (LLM), providing a quantitative measure of brand visibility relative to competitors. We hope that in the near future, BAIS can also provide insights related to creative trends.

Simplifying Content Production

AI significantly simplifies the content production process. Automated tools can handle repetitive tasks such as keyword research, content scheduling, and performance monitoring. For instance, AI platforms can generate initial content drafts, which the creative team can then finalize or bring to life in shooting sessions. This can sometimes increase quality where budgets are limited, but also ensures greater consistency in content distribution.

Moreover, AI allows for large-scale content personalization. By analyzing user data, AI can create highly targeted content that resonates with specific audience segments. This level of personalization is crucial in today’s competitive landscape, where consumers expect tailored experiences at every touchpoint. We are beginning to test these aspects with a partner who has developed a tool specifically to follow these elements.

Measuring and Analyzing Impact

Measuring the effectiveness of creative content is essential to assess its impact. AI tools can offer advanced analytical capabilities that provide detailed insights into content performance. Metrics such as engagement rates, conversion rates, and audience reach can be monitored and analyzed in real time, allowing for agile adjustments and continuous improvements.

Future Prospects and Considerations

With the continuous evolution of AI, its applications in creative content creation will further expand. Emerging trends such as generative AI, which can create entirely new content based on data inputs, and AI-driven interactive experiences that enhance user engagement, will further revolutionize the digital marketing landscape. But think about what it will do in cinema or gaming.

However, it is essential to maintain a balance in the approach to AI. While AI offers numerous benefits, today the biggest limitation we see is that of meticulous control.
How much did that prompt generate exactly what you had in mind? Or how much are you settling for the result of that prompt?
Currently, there isn’t enough control to answer this question, but I believe it’s only a matter of time. There are already some ways to control a series of variables and obtain content close to what we had imagined.


The integration of AI in the creation of creative content for digital marketing represents an unprecedented revolution. By leveraging AI, we can simplify production, optimize campaigns, and measure impact more effectively. At Intarget, we are committed to harnessing the power of AI to provide innovative and impactful digital marketing solutions for our clients.
On the other hand, with AI, there is also the possibility for those who did not have the ability to create high-level creative content, which risks flattening and standardizing the quality of creative ideas and the quality of execution.