Cheryl Sansonetti | Published on: Apr 09, 2018
Millennials now hold more purchasing power than any other segment. But, when you consider the fact that women control or influence as much as 85 percent of overall US spending power, the female segment has certainly earned some extra attention. Here are three tips that will help you better understand and engage this highly valuable cohort.
Robin Lazrus | Published on: Apr 06, 2018
Due to the complex nature of how customers purchase products in today’s digital world (in-store, real-time price comparisons, buying online), customer journey analyses are more complex than traditional marketing analyses. To evaluate a customer journey, it’s important to choose visualization techniques that can showcase customer behavior and track movement over time.
Sara Hogan | Published on: Mar 12, 2018
As technology evolves, so do consumers’ expectations — and their demands. While this may seem like common sense, or at least an inevitability of the information age, what it means for brands and retailers is that forward-leaning technology needs to be a centerpiece of your loyalty strategy.
Andrea Sundahl | Published on: Mar 08, 2018
Most companies need significant improvements to their traditional persona-based approach, beginning with leveraging what matters in the digital world; measured behaviors, correlation and causation, and decision motivators.
Jessica Jacobson | Published on: Feb 21, 2018
I can't stress enough how important it is to always be testing in your marketing campaigns. Whether it be creative, audience, format, or offer, developing a test and learn plan with your client is a necessity if you want to keep growing and evolving. Here are some tips on how to get started, along with key milestones for planning.
Barry Latimer | Published on: Feb 14, 2018
Targeting and personalization are key components of online marketing. By tailoring your marketing messages for the individual visitors to your website, instead of making them overly-generalized for a broad audience, you can increase the chances that they will become a customer and a repeat customer.
Jordan Cardonick | Published on: Feb 12, 2018
If you envision two major reasons for change (rate vs. mix) in the digital world, you can use data to inform where you should start by limiting your options as opposed to looking at everything simultaneously.
Matt Snow | Published on: Jan 29, 2018
A former manager of mine loved the phrase “what gets measured, gets managed,” and I’ve always intuitively related to that. After all, I’ve developed my career by providing insight and structure to help others manage their business. This year, however, that phrase has a newer, more personal meaning.