22 Marketing Automation Stats for your 2015 Marketing Plan. Its not too late to implement or plan for 2016! Enjoy.
The payoff from joining the big-data and advanced-analytics management revolution is åno longer in doubt. The tally of successful case studies continues to build, reinforcing broader research suggesting that when companies inject data and analytics deep into their operations, they can deliver productivity and profit gains that are 5 to 6 percent higher than those of the competition.1 The promised land of new data-driven businesses, greater transparency into how operations actually work, better predictions, and faster testing is alluring indeed.
There’s no doubt that marketing tech can significantly increase revenue and engagement.
Before you invest, it’s a good idea to check your shortlisted technologies to make sure they have everything you’ll need to boost your bottom line.
Today there are more than 2,000 marketing technology vendors to choose from – all with varying features, benefits and user experiences. Investment in this type of technology is soaring, as customer experience and cross-channel marketing becomes ever more important. Here’s a list of eight things to check before you invest.
by Marco Marini
We are in the midst of such sweeping change right now in the world of digital marketing that it can sometimes be hard to keep up.
We work closely with many email service providers and related vendors, so we see the changes firsthand. And a lot of changes are taking place…
Posted by Dina Duma, June 24th 2015
In this week's segment, we highlight FAQs around purchased email lists, list validation services, and common deliverability issues. This Week in Email is a weekly digest of industry news, email deliverability tips, and inbound marketing best practices.
One reason email marketing has value for business owners is that it's an easy way to start reaching consumers on mobile without investing a lot in new technology or software. According to an April report from Pew Research Center, 52 percent of US cellphone owners access their emails from their phones. Email marketing also works with other mobile devices. In July, Forrester Research released a study that found 42 percent of retailers' email messages were opened by consumers on their smartphones and 17 percent were opened on tablets.
It’s an exciting time for commercial real estate marketing as industry players up the ante, from real estate firms to landlords, and marketers to technology providers. No matter the tactics, techniques and tools coming our way in 2015, you can be sure they will turn the industry on its head. In a really good way.
If you're in advertising or marketing, you may have heard the catchphrase "combined campaigns" thrown around, and you probably wondered what all the fuss was about.
However, combined campaigns aren't exactly new. Television game shows that request viewers phone in their vote or infomercials that offer limited-time discounts are early examples of combined campaigns that use both television and telephone outlets.
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When was the last time you were excited to take a look at your inbox? If you're like most people—including the people you market to—the answer is probably never.
Let's be honest: Most emails are boring. Research backs that up: Social media tends to evoke "excitement" as the prevailing sentiment, but the first word that comes to mind for email is "productivity." Emails are a chore.
You might be interested in what's in the email, sure, but it's rare that you open an email and get excited by the content there.