Today, many organizations struggle to optimize online and offline marketing campaigns across an ever growing number of new marketing channels. CMOs are increasingly accountable for demonstrating Return on Marketing Investments (ROMI) across channels and initiatives. Despite an abundance of campaign management technologies (enterprise marketing management, lead management, CRM, marketing automation, email marketing and a variety of point solutions) marketing departments still struggle with campaign performance, campaign workflow, and campaign management; particularly across multiple marketing channels.
To reach a consumer with a message that is going to drive the most value for your organization, you have to understand what that consumer is looking for and what type of information will bring him further along the path of conversion.
Marketers who see the customer path as a linear funnel are out of touch with their customers. The customer path contains multiple channels where customers expect marketers to remember their preferences and anticipate their needs. In Ten Ways Cross-Channel Marketing Is Not Rocket Science, you’ll learn how to connect with your customers and reach them in personal and relevant ways — all from reliable data you collect.
A wise brand uses many marketing channels to reach its target audience. But a successful one will integrate its multi-channel efforts into one cohesive marketing campaign where all the parts work together to better each other's performance and drive the campaign to success. The following white paper breaks down why integrated marketing should be a strategy that a brand employs and offers some examples of what makes a successful integrated campaign run.
In this white paper, learn how three pioneering companies - Dell, IBM and Zendesk - created and evolved their social media marketing practices to powerful effect with their customers, partners and prospects.
Published By: CrowdTwist
Published Date: Jan 19, 2016
Implementing a surprise and delight strategy is an ideal way to breathe new life into multichannel loyalty marketing initiatives. To be effective, these activities should be part of a structured marketing program.
Published By: SilverPop
Published Date: Dec 30, 2010
Stay up-to-date on the latest in email marketing and learn what you can expect to see from email marketers in 2011. From growing trends in opt-in methods to a continued focus on retention and re-engagement, this white paper is sure to keep you current on everything email marketing. Download the white paper today!
This report identified how top performing organizations leverage and execute multichannel marketing campaigns. The findings demonstrate how Best-in-Class organizations are leveraging a collaborative cross-channel approach to extract maximum value and marketing efforts.
Decisions, decisions. They can make or break marketing success. Yet as customers and channels grow more complex, so does decision-making. As choices multiply, marketing becomes more challenging than ever.
The days when marketers could rely strictly on good judgment and business acumen are past. Technology for decision and process automation gives marketers a decided edge in making spot-on decisions that match individual customers to the best message, on a scale of millions.
The process of Decide builds on customer data collection and analysis, and positions your organization for profitable engagement with your Generation C connected customers. It plays an essential role in Enterprise Marketing Management (EMM) along with the processes of Collect, Analyze, Deliver and Manage.
In many enterprises, marketing is a multichannel effort that
includes a wide range of touch points. The touch points
range from websites and email promotions to traditional print
advertising, postal mail, and broadcast, and direct sales by phone and in-person sales teams. But too often, each channel works independently, accountable to its own objectives, unaware of the efforts and results made within other marketing channels. As a result, call centers speak to customers without knowing the
offers the customers previously accepted or rejected. In addition,
emails launch without reference to online promotions and
websites present messages that disregard their visitors’ previous contact history.
Published By: Marketo
Published Date: Feb 07, 2017
Read this complimentary copy of the SiriusView: Marketing Automation Platforms 2017 and learn more about Marketo’s key differentiators including its native multi-channel experience, live event management, and content recommendation functionalities.
Marketo's powerful marketing automation capabilities and seamless CRM integrations are complemented by our LaunchPoint ecosystem featuring over 500 technology and service providers that offer best-of-breed solutions for today’s marketers.
The full report includes:
Market evaluation and analysis of 9 marketing automation platform vendors
Insights for selecting a vendor based on your organization's requirements
Opportunities and challenges faced when deploying marketing automation platforms
Download the report to learn about these topics and more.
How will you maximize sales this year? What new strategies and automation tactics should you implement? With the constant evolution of commerce marketing, online retailers need to find new ways to reach customers and keep them engaged. This white paper offers interviews with Bronto’s marketing strategists as they provide insight on how to create personalized campaigns
See why Oracle is named a leader for Enterprise Lead-To-Revenue Management Platform Vendors. L2RM platform vendors like Oracle are stepping up with tooling that enables customer-centric, multichannel, personalized marketing -- at scale.
Marketing technology is the fuel on which modern marketing organizations run. As the marketing technology landscape rapidly expands, CMOs are desperately trying to keep up with an evolving stack. Technology is taking over marketing. Rather than detailing an exhaustive list of available technologies, this will present an overview of the current marketing technology landscape. It will include trends, challenges, and advice to marketing leaders navigating the turbulent and dynamic space.
Over the past few decades, marketing has evolved from a hunch-based and immeasurable practice to one driven by data, analytics, and software. Marketers now work with advanced software and myriad channels to identify new prospects. However, today’s marketers face new challenges. This guide will dive deep into those challenges, identify key trends, and introduce the concept of marketing intelligence.
Market expansions are a viable strategy when a company’s growth in an existing market has stalled. However, marketers often rely on intuition and qualitative data to inform decisions around market fit and size. In this whitepaper, marketing technology expert, David Raab, explores how the shift in data and predictive solutions streamlines the market expansion process. The paper will reveal 4 keys to a successful market expansion, common mistakes to avoid, and show marketers how to win customers in new market segments.