Posts Tagged 'marketing analytics'

The New Data Silos: Are your marketing tools connected?

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Remember the early days of marketing, when our “CRM” was a spreadsheet? Or worse, just index cards? (Geez! How did we survive?) For the longest time, our old tools created the dreaded data silos. We thought we had resolved the issue, until there were so many new martech tools to choose from. Here we are again – data silos!

We’ve come a long way ...

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Make Google Analytics Work for You

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The marketers I know are still reeling from Coca-Cola ousting their CMO, and I can hardly believe it myself! Now more than ever, we have to focus not just on our marketing results, but proving our methods to our C-suite, our boards and even our marketing colleagues.

I’ve written before about marketing based on data instead of ...

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How To Identify And Track Customer Buying Patterns Over Time

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Massa Inc_Consumer Behavior ImageIn Part 3 of our series on marketing campaign preparation, I’ll reveal the third and final question you need to ask yourself before launching a new campaign. If you missed Part 1 and Part 2, here’s a quick recap:

The first question you should ask yourself before beginning any marketing campaign is “Who ...

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How To Prevent A Marketing Meltdown

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Increased ProfitsWhat can marketers do so they are seen as part of a machine that drives revenue and profits? How can marketers take more control over the revenue process, build the respect of their organizational peers, and earn a seat at the revenue table?

~ Marketo

If you could invest $25,000 to make $2.5 million, would you do it? Through the power of ...

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Case Study: How The 2012 Obama Campaign Used Advanced Media Buying Strategies To Win The Election

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2012 USA ElectionsThe marketing analytics strategies we previously discussed are used at the highest levels of media – including the 2012 re-election campaign of Barack Obama.

Traditionally, media buying in Presidential elections has been about identifying specific demographic groups, targeting popular television programs to maximize reach, and firing away with a budget in the hundreds of millions.

In 2012, the Obama campaign turned this conventional ...

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