There’s probably a million reasons that brought them to your website, opened your email or clicked on your ad. So why should your content – your sales pitch – vary from person to person? Find out why personalized content is becoming more important than ever.
If you’re a marketer at a manufacturing company, chances are you’re positioning your company for growth. After all, the global manufacturing economic outlook looks very good.
In today's fast-paced digital world, consumers are inundated constantly with marketing messages vying for their attention. As a result, your job is much more challenging. Reaching the right person with the right message at the right time is no easy task.
YouTube is inarguably the web’s most dominant force in online video. But did you also know that YouTube is considered the world’s second-largest search engine?
Renee Cook Posted in: Content Strategy, Data Integration, Digital Experience, Digital Marketing, Email Marketing, Insights, Integrated Marketing, Integration, Marketing, Mass Media, Media Strategy, Online Marketing, SEO, Social Media, Web Analytics, Buyer Journey Optimization, Content Development, Marketing Campaign Attribution, Targeted Marketing Programs, Technical Enablement
First, let’s define what digital marketing really means. “Digital marketing” is an umbrella term for the targeted, measurable, and interactive marketing of products or services using digital technologies to convert leads into customers.
If you were given no more than a tenth of a second to make an impression on a customer or prospect, would you able to make a good impression?
According to Princeton psychologists, that’s how long it takes to form a first impression. And on top of that, researchers estimate consumers see over 300 ads per day and are becoming blind to banner ads. So how can a marketer break through?
Tiffanie Honeyman Posted in: Customer Experience, Customer Journey, Digital Marketing, Insights, Integrated Marketing, Marketing, Mass Media, Media Strategy, Personas & Segmentation, Strategy, Brand, Audience, Message, Content Development, Marketing Campaign Attribution, Targeted Marketing Programs
Ah, the “Age of the Customer”… where contemporary marketing strategies begin and end with the buyer’s point of view. Today brands are judged with higher expectations than ever before, and with most customer experiences happening online, digital media is a big part of the equation.
The good news? You can gain incredible visibility into your customers’ interests, and more importantly, what drives those interests. You can see the entire customer journey, inside and out.
We’ve all encountered that moment. Someone misunderstood your email, your note, or maybe even your text message. It wasn’t because of the words you wrote. It was their interpretation of how you were saying it. While those situations can often be worked out and the tension can be eased, it may take time and careful explanation to resolve the misunderstanding.
Now take a moment to think about the voice of your brand. What is it saying?
Media has become fragmented and complex. But the good news? That actually can work in your favor.
Long gone are the days of pouring marketing dollars over masses of unsegmented audiences and budget waste. Because there’s a simple truth: marketers no longer drive the buying process. Consumers do. Say hello to marketing efficiency and giving consumers the reins. Your customers decide what they want to buy and detest irrelevant ads that get in the way.
So how do you effectively market online – at the right time and place?
One of the biggest lessons I learned from my dad growing up was to always be a step ahead of whomever you’re assisting. “Knowing what screw driver, wrench, or tool I need before I need it is your job” he said. I believe this one lesson can change your future in your workplace and make you stand out from the crowd.