Both are fueled by a drive for progress, for pushing
boundaries and advancing the status quo. In these fields,
new trends are like a currency. Keeping ahead of the
next big trend means being aware of the next big seller
and allocating all the right resources – fashion design,
manufacturing, and marketing – for maximum impact.
Miss the hype and the next fashion season is bound to
hurt the bottom line.
New trends are also important to marketers because
owning a new trend is a way to differentiate in today’s
fast-moving digital landscape. It’s a way to stand out
from the pack by investing strategically in the right
approaches and technologies at the right time, then
reaping the benefits organically by leading where others
follow. Naturally, making these decisions requires a bit
of trial and error. Nobody has a magic crystal ball that
guarantees success. But as a rule of thumb, the companies
winning in digital marketing are the ones willing to
adopt new technologies while keeping an sharp.
Published By: Silverpop
Published Date: Sep 19, 2011
Most marketers make some effort to take advantage of the big buying season, but have your initiatives started getting more lukewarm than a neglected cup of hot cocoa? This season, to really maximize your revenue, freshen up your campaigns by adding some new twists to your traditional holiday marketing initiatives.
Is your well-worn playbook in need of a refresh? What worked best for B2B marketers last year may not help you optimize a moment with a customer or prospect today. All too often, baked in processes get in the way of delighting customers.
If you’re a B2B marketer who wants to be a game changer, you have come to the right place. This reader is for marketers who crave to poke and pull apart the “tried and true”.
Break the cycle of “best practice” rituals and ask yourself these questions:
- When was the last time you made a truly bold move in your marketing?
- Do you have any idea how bad your data problem really is?
-How long will you continue to create sales content nobody uses?
We answer these questions and more- download the free guide today!
Une transformation fondamentale englobant le personnel, les processus et la technologie permet aux entreprises de rester compétitives dans l’économie d’aujourd’hui, basée sur l’innovation. Des initiatives telles que la sécurité avancée, les services de détection des fraudes, l’Internet des objets (IoT) avec ses consommateurs connectés, l’expérience de réalité virtuelle ou augmentée, l’apprentissage machine et approfondi et les applications cognitives optimisent les avantages pour l’entreprise comme la maintenance et le marketing prédictifs.
Published By: TrendKite
Published Date: Apr 25, 2018
Sometimes a perfect storm comes together to signal a radical shift or rebirth of an industry. But it’s not enough to say public relations is in flux or rapidly changing. It’s more impactful to discuss the evolution of the change, understand the potential gaps, and be early to capitalize on opportunities created by these gaps.
The path for change in the PR industry has been tumultuous. And understandably so. The irrationality of basing performance on vanity metrics is so ingrained in the profession that the left-brain, rational piece has been pushed aside. This has created a culture of estimating based on vanity metrics like AVE (ad value equivalency), leading to a dynamic where the C-suite craves that WSJ or TechCrunch story, yet doesn’t believe PR’s reporting on the value of that coverage. When everyone in the marketing stack is crunching numbers and showing real, tangible value, PR is holding onto air. Why keep setting the profession up for failure by perpetuating the cycle of abstr
Among all the trends and buzzwords currently shaking up the marketing industry, one concept is emerging as the one
to watch: customer experience (CX). Providing individual customers with the best possible experience is becoming the
top priority at the moment, even to the point where experience outshines product quality(!) as the main differentiator.
This is confirmed by a recent Gartner1
survey, in which 86 percent of participating companies listed customer experience
as the main factor for gaining a competitive advantage, compared with merely 36 percent in 2012.
Published By: Silverpop
Published Date: Sep 19, 2011
To gain a better understanding of how today's marketers are using-and plan to use-various mocial mediums to communicate with customers, Silverpop polled more than 500 online marketers regarding their use of social, email, mobile and local forms of communication.
As a B2B Marketer, you spend a lot of your time coming up with new ways to reach the right prospect, at the right time, with the right message. Account-Based Marketing (ABM) is a tried-and-true strategy to help you do all three. By treating each account as a market of one, you can deepen your relationships with individuals at key accounts and ultimately increase revenue.
For more ways ABM can help you up your marketing game, download this eBook.
Today, customers make decisions about brands on a moment-by-moment basis. They expect personal and authentic experiences that build connections and deepen relationships with their favorite brands. New technology makes it possible to deliver on these expectations and succeed in today’s new era of marketing.
As a marketer you know that there is no singular silver bullet that will suddenly elevate your communications to a point where everyone runs out to buy your product. That's why it is important to understand the importance of an integrated approach for your communications strategies and learn how to monitor them. Read this study to learn how major brands address the issue and coordinate their Advertising and PR efforts.
Being first in mind with leads, prospects, and customers means maximizing your sales and marketing resources and your revenue. Many of us think that interacting early with a lead is enough. But the reality is nurturing leads can create more sales than the initial lead generation itself. It's also about nurturing your customer base. Being first in mind has a tremendous impact on business...
Published By: Uberflip
Published Date: Jan 03, 2019
No matter what industry you’re in or role you have, we
all share a universal interest in trends. As marketers,
we look to Google Trends to understand what keywords
and search terms are most popular; we look for trending
hashtags and conversations on social to inform the
content we put out; and we put “Trends” sessions on our
agendas at conferences because we know they’ll draw
an audience. We’ve tapped into this almost universal desire
to understand what the masses are doing.
Many marketers are trying to better understand the customer journey, but factors such as a lack of data and system integrations, breakdowns in process, misguided focus, and inattention to key aspects of the buyer experience are preventing them from doing so. Learn how you can overcome these challenges and many others to deliver a better customer experience and drive more revenue.
Many advertisers have created Google AdWords accounts and are running campaigns, but how many marketers have truly mastered this platform and are achieving anything close to maximum ROI from this channel? This White Paper will guide you through some of the most important features available to advertisers and explain why these should be factored into your AdWords campaigns.
Birst’s Salesforce Reporting and Analytics helps sales managers analyze all of the critical salesforce.com data to uncover insightful pipeline information. Combining sales data with marketing, financial and operational data to obtain a comprehensive view of the pipeline is where Birst excels.
Download our guide, 10 Goals for a Perfectly Balanced Email Marketer, to learn how you can transform your email campaigns through personal goals. You’ll discover new ways to make the most of this highly effective channel — so you can enjoy better results.
Get the guide now to learn how you can:
• Prioritize mobile email in your marketing strategy
• Improve customer relationships with contextual emails
• Self-assess your email marketing maturity
If you’re wondering whether you should really prioritize email
in your marketing—especially when new channels continually
emerge—consider this: 91 percent of marketing executives agree
that email is their most effective channel.1
Clearly, email isn’t just
here to stay, it’s the mainstay. And with the ability to personalize
and contextualize messages, upgrade mobile campaigns, and
better understand customer needs, email marketing has evolved
into a stronger and smarter version of its former self.
Marketing is changing. The traditional model, which saw the customer path as a linear funnel, is broken. Today, customers follow whatever path they want, and you’re expected to reach out to them on their terms.
With 2.5 quintillion bytes of data created every day, it’s getting harder to separate the signals from the noise and discern the insights from the hindsight. Discover 10 key trends that will shape marketing in 2017 and get ideas for deepening customer connections, growing brand value and fueling strategic growth.