The digital marketplace presents new challenges for marketers, yet provides the perfect canvas for creating personalized, relevant communications and developing deep relationships with customers based on ongoing interactions.
This paper explores what customer “moments of truth” mean, and how understanding those moments of truth along the customer journey enables marketers to deliver the personalized, real-time responses that customers crave. You’ll also learn best practices on how customer experience optimization and digital marketing optimization can help marketers capitalize on moments of truth.
Welcome to the 2017 Digital Marketing Study. Between March and April 2017, we
reached out to 1,165 digital marketers in enterprise companies in the United States,
Canada, the United Kingdom, France, and Germany, with an average company size
of more than 7,000 employees. We’ve also gathered information and insights from
leaders in several industries regarding their specific challenges, priorities, and tactics.
In this report, we use this data to help companies at all levels of maturity successfully
transform into an experience business. We hope you find it valuable.
Yet again we have been blown away by the response to
our Digital Trends survey, with almost 13,000 marketers
taking part globally. This year’s report, now in its eighth year,
gives an annual view of the ‘state of the nation’ of digital,
alongside data showing what distinguishes outperforming
companies from their peers.
In Forrester’s 53-criteria evaluation of online testing platform vendors, we identified the seven most significant providers — Adobe, Autonomy, Maxymiser, Monetate, Optimizely, SiteSpect, and Webtrends — in the category and researched, analyzed, and scored them. This report details our findings about how well each vendor fulfills our criteria, and where these vendors stand in relation to each other, to help customer intelligence professionals select the right partner for their online testing needs.
It is easy to get overwhelmed by the plethora acronyms (RTBs, DMPs,DSPs, SSPs, 1PD, 2PD, 3PD) and knowing when each of them come into play.
Driven by data, Programmatic empowers modern marketers with the intelligence required to serve highly personalized ads. By bringing together First, Second and Third Party data at scale, you can target with increased precision and optimize campaigns in real-time.
With tech platforms consistently pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in digital advertising, the time for marketers to lean into programmatic is now.
Watch this 20 minute webinar with Mandar Dadegaonkar, an award-winning digital marketer and learn from his experience-based advise on:
• how to get started and use programmatic tactics that work
• insider secrets to boost ROI and improve campaigns
• potential pitfalls to watch out for
• guidelines for measurement and analytics
Published By: Sitecore
Published Date: Mar 27, 2017
In a digital era where 74% of online consumers get frustrated with websites when content appears that has nothing to do with their interests, it’s time for marketers to think differently about how they personalize the shopping experience, and we’ll show you how. Download now!
Note: Part two of Karen Walker’s blog series continues her insights about Digital Transformation and spotlights how Cisco’s Marketing and Communications team is using technology to transform their function.
Excerpt: Today’s marketers are delivering more and more content digitally, but to be effective that digital content can’t just be generic reference material. Rather, effective content must be relevant, timely, and personalized. And its goal should be to create a dialogue with the customer.
This is no easy task. It requires investing in marketing technologies that help deliver personalized content with speed and agility. For modern marketers, technology opens the door to new revenue pipelines. Digital platforms and applications combined with data and analytics augment our go-to-market model.
Published By: Monetate
Published Date: Sep 30, 2014
Personalization. It’s about the hottest topic out there for digital marketers.
If you’re going to do it, though, you need to know with which customers you should start your personalization efforts. Which means you need to know which of your customers are most valuable—not always an easy task.
This white paper will teach you how to identify your most valuable customers, create a personalized experience for them, optimize that experience, and begin the process again with another customer segment. Also included are three real-life examples of companies that found their most valuable customers, focused on personalizing their relationships with them, and drove additional business, increased customer loyalty and improved customer retention.
Published By: Monetate
Published Date: Oct 11, 2018
Monetate Intelligent Recommendations is the only solution that gives merchandisers & digital marketers the power to show contextually relevant product recommendations without burdening IT resources.
Using manually curated or algorithmically-driven recommendations, marketers can easily support even the most complex product catalogs. Our solution filters recommendations based on customer attributes (e.g. shirt size), longitudinal behaviours (e.g. browsing behaviour), and situational context (e.g. product inventory at local stores). Best of all, an orchestration layer intelligently selects which algorithms and which filters to apply in any given situation, for any particular individual.
Successful email marketing, demand generation, and lead management processes hinge on a modern strategy aligned to buyer needs across all phases of the buying process — marketing automation. Using a wide spectrum of digital channels, today’s buyers employ an extensive network of tools and resources to make the most informed purchase decisions. The Modern Marketing era is driven by the self-educated buyer who marketers must engage to achieve a relevant, targeted, and value-based customer experience. Find marketing automation fundamentals here.
According to eMarketer, digital marketers have a “love affair with data,” and are planning to increase spending and usage in data-driven marketing strategies. Data helps marketers make more informed decisions about their most receptive audiences, so it should come as no surprise that 75% of B2B marketers currently leverage data to inform their digital advertising strategy, according to a new study.
This report is an attempt to understand what marketing leaders view as their top issues with regard to corporate websites and broader digital presences, and to identify their focus areas today and over the next 12 months. The results point to a desire for marketers to optimise the customer experience across every touchpoint. That aim is commendable but, as our research makes clear, there are serious obstacles along the way.
Adobe has released the 2012 Digital Marketing Optimisation Survey Results, which focuses on the key areas where digital marketers need to excel in order to ensure success: personalisation, social media, mobile, and customer experience.
Today’s meandering customer journeys take place over multiple channels and devices. Each interaction creates a stream of digital information, leaving marketers with a growing pile of data. But, with data seemingly everywhere, why are so many marketers still feeling like there’s not a drop to drink?
Leaders Have a Data Strategy and Enable More Teams with Data
In this research report from June 2017, Econsultancy surveyed more than 700 marketing and analytics executives at consumer brands to better understand how data factors into marketing strategy — and daily decision making.
Two-thirds of leading marketers — those who outperformed their top business goal — say they currently have a documented data and analytics strategy.
In this report, you’ll also learn how leaders have built data-driven cultures and why they are more likely to use:
digital analytics to optimize user experience in real time
audience-level data to personalize customer experience
customer-level data to segment and r
There’s an alarming digital divide within many companies. Marketers are developing nimble software to give customers an engaging, personalized experience, while IT departments remain focused on the legacy infrastructure. The front and back ends aren’t working together, resulting in appealing websites and apps that don’t quite deliver.
We’ve arrived at this misalignment for understandable reasons. Previously, most chief information officers (CIOs) were hired to digitize and bring order to companies’ internal systems and processes. They saw websites as marketing channels and were happy to let chief marketing officers (CMOs) oversee that province of technology. They had, and still have, plenty to do just to keep internal operations running smoothly. Marketers soon got into the habit of developing not just content, but also software programs to better reach and transact with customers. But now that websites and apps are becoming cornerstones of the business, the stakes are too high to al
Published By: Brightcove
Published Date: Sep 17, 2014
Internet users are spending more time than ever with digital video, and marketers have noticed. To help you stay on top of the latest trends in video content, eMarketer has curated a roundup of some of our latest coverage on the subject, including statistics, insights and interviews.