Posts Tagged:customer engagement

Mobile Marketing: Do’s & Don’ts of Running a Successful Campaign

Reaching audiences on their smartphones, tablets, and other portable devices, mobile marketing is one of the fastest growing marketing channels available today. Since marketers and advertisers started experimenting with it in the 2000s, mobile has grown into a number of different formats – SMS marketing, push notifications, QR codes, mobile search ads, app marketing, and…

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Viral Marketing Strategies in the Age of Coronavirus

We’ve all heard of something going “viral” on the internet. This generally refers to when some piece of content generates a lot of attention very quickly and people start sharing it all over the place – social media networks, blogs, websites, you name it. Those in the marketing or advertising industry know that what is…

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How Social Media is Affecting Your Customers

How many times per day do you check your social media profiles? Several people check their smart phones, mobile devices, and computers constantly for social media likes, shares, retweets, mentions, friend requests, status updates, comments, and more. In fact, people spend an average of 3 hours per day social networking. Platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram,…

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How to Find the Fine Line Between Privacy and Personalization

There is a great paradoxical tension in the marketing world today. Customers want the content that brands send to them to be personalized, yet the sheer amount of content they receive each day overwhelms them and makes them demand more privacy. How can you send them the kind of personalized content they want, but also…

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WIIFM: Dissecting the Popular Sales Acronym

Marketers are always trying to come up with new ways to capture their audience’s attention. But no matter what strategy or tactic they end up trying, marketers must make sure they answer this important question for their audience: “What’s In It For Me?” Known by experienced salespeople as the WIIFM Factor, this question represents your…

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Email Best Practices that Encourage Opens and Clicks

When they want to know how well their email marketing campaigns are doing, marketers typically have a look at the open and click rates. As the names of these metrics suggest, the open rate tracks how many subscribers opened your email, while the click rate shows how many of those opens actually clicked through to…

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5 Tactics to Faster Convert Your Leads into Customers

Have you noticed an increase in traffic to your website, but no increase in conversions? That attractive new web design may have drawn people in, but you need to go further than web design to turn your leads into potential customers. You need to show them the next step – what action to take. Increased…

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3 Ways Predictive Analytics Can Help You Shape Your Marketing Message

What do customers really want? That is the question marketers find themselves asking every time they set up a new campaign. With customers who are constantly changing their minds about how they like to engage with brands, and a never-ending flood of emerging trends to research and test, marketers today sure have a lot to…

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Does Story-Driven Email Marketing Really Work?

Think of your favorite story. Why did you like it? How did it make you feel? What was it about the story that made you want to find out what happens at the end? Answering these questions can help you see the power of storytelling. Nothing makes us feel more emotionally connected to something than…

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Why Co-registration is Growing

With so many exciting new marketing channels available today, it might be hard to believe that channels over 20 years old could still be relevant. Technology may forever be changing, and the list of new channels and tools for marketers to try may always be growing, but sometimes referring back to those old “tried-and-true” strategies…

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