Eric Dukart Posted in: B2B, Customer Journey, Insights, Manufacturing, Marketing, Marketing Automation, partnerDRIVEN, Personas & Segmentation, Revenue Attribution, Strategy, Brand, Audience, Message, Lead Management Strategy, Marketing Campaign Attribution, Targeted Marketing Programs
Four years ago, B2B marketing was in a state of flux. Content marketing was on the rise, but marketers were still trying to convince their bosses that it could work as well as – or better than – traditional marketing at a fraction of the price. Mobile devices were just beginning to be factored into marketing strategy. And no one was quite sure how to measure the results of a successful (or not so successful) marketing campaign in the new media environment.
Lon Keller Posted in: Business, Business Analysis, Certifications, Competitive Analysis, Data Analytics, Data Integration, Data Management, Data Modeling, Data Quality, Data Rationalization, Data Visualization, Insights, Integration, Internet of Things (IoT), partnerDRIVEN, Partners, Reporting, Sales, Sales Cloud, Salesforce, Strategy, System Architecture, Brand, Audience, Message, Buyer Journey Optimization, Marketing Campaign Attribution, Marketing Data Transformation, Technical Enablement, Technical Strategy
Working in the manufacturing industry? You’ve got a tough job. In this episode, learn more about partnerDRIVEN – a manufacturing solution designed to simplify your partner marketing, lead management, funding and a lot more heavy lifting.
Brianne Carlsrud Posted in: Data Analytics, Facebook, Google, Insights, Integrated Marketing, Social Listening, Social Media, Buyer Journey Optimization, Marketing Campaign Attribution, Targeted Marketing Programs
There are now more than 3.1 billion global active Internet users, which is almost half of the world’s population. And when it comes to social media, there are more than 2.2 billion active users, including 4.5 billion likes on Facebook, 500 million tweets, and 70 million photos and videos uploaded to Instagram daily.
Many companies realize that getting the most value from their data requires experienced analysts. However, few master the art of interpreting data and telling a meaningful story that allows others to understand the “why” behind the numbers.
Sarah Mayfield Posted in: Demographics, Digital Marketing, Insights, Integrated Marketing, Personas & Segmentation, Social Listening, Social Media, Strategy, Brand, Audience, Message, Buyer Journey Optimization, Marketing Campaign Attribution, Targeted Marketing Programs
Today most businesses use social media. But social media marketing isn’t just about tracking what people are saying about your business or delivering marketing messages. It’s about linking campaigns to measurable action.
Want to fuel analytics and insights? Drive smarter business decisions? And leverage information for marketing automation? The Sitecore Experience Database (xDB) is an add-on to the Sitecore CMS that allows you to capture data from your site visitors – and do all of the above.
Brianne Carlsrud Posted in: Data Analytics, Data Management, Data Visualization, Digital Marketing, Insights, Integrated Marketing, Marketing, Marketing Cloud, Online Marketing, SEO, Social Listening, Social Media, Buyer Journey Optimization, Marketing Campaign Attribution, Marketing Data Transformation, Targeted Marketing Programs
New to social listening? It’s a powerful way for marketers to monitor and respond to brand mentions in real time. It also makes it possible to use conversations around your brand, industry and competitors to help optimize your social media strategy. However, setting up a social media listening process, knowing what to do with all the data, and explaining why it’s important to stakeholders can be challenging and complex.
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.
Jason Jacobson Posted in: Advertising, Business, Content Strategy, Creative Strategy, Customer Experience, Digital Experience, Insights, Marketing, Social Listening, Brand, Audience, Message, Buyer Journey Optimization, Marketing Campaign Attribution, Targeted Marketing Programs
And there are plenty of fish in the sea. The good news? There are more prospects than ever (about 7 billion, give or take). The bad news? There are more competitors than ever, too.
The old days of marketing were based on scarcity. When there were only a handful of products or services in a category, all you had to do was get more attention than your competitors.
Today the tables have turned. It takes more than being flashy to generate business – and that’s a good thing. Instead of just trying to be the hottest product on the block, marketing means getting to know your customers and catering to their wants and needs. What was once superficial advertising has transformed into genuine business-to-buyer relationships, based on mutual benefit.
Think of it like dating – you are trying to woo prospects and then turn a one-time customer into a life-long relationship. The key to creating that kind of loyalty? Content. The messages you choose, the channels you use and the timeliness of delivery play a pivotal role in attracting and retaining customers. In short, content is courtship.
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.