Marketing: The Basics
- Marketing Analytics
- Digital Marketing
- Customer Experience
- Big Data in Marketing
- Multichannel Marketing
- Customer Analytics
Gut-feel marketing won’t get the results you’re after. You need to make smarter, fact-based decisions based on reliable, relevant data and powerful analytics. Learn how to plan and manage your marketing programs more efficiently and effectively than ever before. Streamline your marketing operations. Get more value from your digital assets. Link marketing performance to real revenue. And find out which marketing activities are working, which ones aren’t – and why.
Consumers have access to information any time and any place they want it. If you want their business, you have to deliver personalized offers tailored to their needs. You have to manage customer relationships across all channels, initiate dynamic customer interactions, and extract value from big data to make better decisions faster. That’s digital marketing done right. And you can’t do it without analytics.
Customer experience management is about knowing your customers so completely that you can create personalized experiences that win their loyalty and entice them to evangelize to others about you. That’s the most valuable advertising there is. To deliver, you need analytics. With analytics you can create and maintain complete customer profiles. You can personalize all customer interactions. And you can get the right message to the right place at the right time – every time.
Big Data in Marketing
Having big data doesn’t automatically lead to better marketing. It’s the insights derived from big data, the decisions you make and the actions you take that make the difference. With high-performance analytics, marketers can use big data to develop more relevant, personalized communications. Plan, prioritize and optimize their marketing. Test, execute and improve marketing automation to improve efficiency and ROI.
Multichannel customers zoom between channels, spending three to four times more than single-channel customers. And if your brand isn’t there to greet them wherever they pop up, you’ll lose them. To engage these consumers, you need an effective multichannel strategy. And for that, you need analytics. With analytics you can get a single view of the customer across all channels. You can establish a multichannel marketing platform -- and create a consistent customer experience at every touch point.
It's a customer's world, and marketers just live in it. If you want to do more than exist in survival mode, you've got to embrace that fact. There comes a time when common sense marketing must intersect with the science of analytics if you want to turn data about your customers into something you can actually use to deliver timely, relevant offers that delight customers, rather than annoy them.