Three in 5 Businesses Report a High Level of Maturity in Identifying Customers Across Channels

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One of the things that customers say helps them feel like individuals is for companies to recognize their activities across all channels. Business executives appear to understand this, with a study [download [age] from Merkle finding that the majority of marketing executives surveyed believe it’s critical (47%) or very important (51%) for their organization to… Read More » The post Three in 5 Businesses Report a High Level of Maturity in Identifying Customers Across Channels appeared first on Marketing Charts .

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Health network shows that yes, personalization is a thing — and it works

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Indiana-based nonprofit healthcare system Community Health Network (CHN) is leveraging personalization to improve patient experience and communication. That’s saying something considering the strict limits it faces regarding patient privacy thanks to HIPAA regulations. “We pride ourselves on offering convenient access to healthcare services where and when patients need them — in hospitals, health pavilions and doctor’s offices, as well as workplaces, schools and homes,” said Debbie Kenemer, executive director of digital marketing at Community Health Network. “Our digital properties have to be equally focused on our patients and their needs.” Community Health Network is the largest Indiana network of primary care physicians, managing over 200 sites of care and affiliates throughout Central Indiana. The network’s continuum of care also integrates hundreds of physicians, specialty and acute care hospitals, surgery centers, home care services, behavioral health and employer health services. Serving personalized content to patients — and keep up with HIPAA …

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The 6 Best Digital Strategy Companies of 2020

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According to Smart Insights, 49 percent of organizations don’t have a clearly defined digital strategy. Choosing the right digital strategy for your business is essential. Experience helps you sift through what to do differently, what not to do, and where to focus your energy. Having a fresh perspective from an outside eye can make all the difference. What’s more important is choosing a company that can execute that strategy. When you need to choose the best digital strategy company, you may be wondering where to start. Here’s a list of our picks for the best digital strategy companies in the world. 1. Neil Patel Digital — Best For Content Marketing & Digital Strategy I’ve written more than 4,294 blog posts in 10 years. I’ve created millions of words and I’ve used content marketing to build three companies of my own. I used content marketing to generate 195,013 visitors a month …

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Allocadia’s MPM platform will inspire you to ditch your marketing spreadsheets

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30-second summary: Founded in 2010 by twin sisters Kristine and Katherine Steuart, Allocadia has over 100 employees around the world. Allocadia serves mid-to-large businesses with their cloud-based MPM platform, which is available at three price points, depending on the level of management required. MPMs enable companies to plan, gain insights, and optimize multiple marketing campaigns and programs from one central location. After implementing the platform, Allocadia customers can begin seeing results within thirty days. Since Juniper Networks implemented Allocadia seven years ago, the marketing team has closed the quarter within 1% of target for the past 29 quarters. After Microsoft implemented Allocadia in 2016, the company experienced an 88% reduction in manual data entry, were able to account for 100% of field marketing dollars, and generated over 1 million leads via planned marketing activities. By using Allocadia’s tools, GE Digital’s marketing organization reported 2.55 times greater return on marketing investment …

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Key insights: Agile marketing adoption, when data doesn’t sing with CX, opportunities lost, ecommerce rises again

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30-second summary: Finance, health, and high-tech are the most keen on planning agile marketing transformation 38% respondents mentioned that internal silos were a top challenge for delivering great CX Customer experience influenced customers more than it would have 2 years back 50% consumers would switch brands or spend less due to a CX that lacked personalization There’s a huge, yes huge gap in the engagement and send out rates clearly indicating that businesses lost out on opportunities to capture their consumers’ attention Given the ecommerce slump in March, April has seen a 43% thanks to users wanting to make purchases and paid advertising. A lot can happen in a week, and a lot has happened indeed. Our weekly key insights this week brings you an eagle-eye view of the marketing space, across silos in customer experience (CX), agile marketing, and lots more. Data and silos in CX According to content …

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7 enterprise level providers of AI-enabled marketing solutions

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30-second summary: We provide seven examples of enterprise-level providers of AI-enabled marketing solutions as well as case studies for each. Each of these companies are leaders in their respective category, with B2B and B2C organizations each benefiting from their AI-enabled solutions. This list is not inclusive of every enterprise-level provider, but is meant to give mid-to-enterprise-level organizations an sense of the best-in-class tools that exist in the market today, and how organizations are using them to improve their marketing, sales, and customer experience initiatives. As part of our ongoing coverage of artificial intelligence (AI) in marketing, we’ve compiled a list of ten enterprise-level providers of technology solutions that utilize AI in some capacity. This list covers key categories within the martech space including digital asset management, marketing and sales enablement, customer experience/engagement, and account-based marketing. This list is not – by any stretch of the imagination – comprehensive in terms …

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What leading consultants say about the usage of AI in marketing?

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30-second summary: In Deloitte’s 2019 CMO Survey Report, 56% of participants anticipated using AI for content personalization. 33% of respondents foresee applying AI for improving marketing ROI by optimizing marketing content and timing. Mckinsey’s survey found that 44% of companies reduced operational costs and increased business revenue by using AI in marketing. The Bain and Company found that marketing insights gathered through new machine-learning capabilities helped gain 10x in marketing performance. The company also saw a 25% increase in additional revenue through cross-selling. An EY study of CEOs and business leaders reveals that 62% of respondents believe artificial intelligence will have a significant impact on creating efficiencies at their company. In a survey conducted by BCG, 90% of respondents agreed that artificial intelligence represents a business opportunity for their company. However, 70% of companies report minimal or no impact from AI so far. Marketers have started using artificial intelligence to …

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How AI fits into the martech landscape

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30-second summary: Today, artificial intelligence, sensors, and digital platforms—and an explosion of data—have already increased the opportunity for learning more effectively; but competing on the rate of learning will become a necessity in the 2020s. The Lean AI Autonomy Scale serves as a framework for assessing how the different capabilities of martech vendors stack up with AI in the industry. All major ad platforms and exchanges are powered today by a dizzying array of complex calculations with the goal of delivering your message to the right audience at the right time — and encouraging people to take an action, buy a product, or a host of other outcomes a marketer might be looking for. Today, we’re at a place where buy-side solutions are emerging that operate a layer above the platforms themselves, working to orchestrate your spend, targeting and even creatives across channels. A range of emerging vendors are out …

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Five ways data is transforming the brand-agency relationship

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30-second summary: Data-intelligence provider Infogroup published a guide that contains five use cases that agencies can use to better serve the changing needs of brands and clients. The use cases cover a variety of topics from creating new client pitches to developing personas using intelligence, and improving campaign performance. You can download the free guide, How Consumer Data Can Deliver the Ultimate Competitive Advantage for Agencies, from ClickZ. Infogroup is an intelligence company that offers a variety of data-driven products and services for agencies, marketers, and brands. The company—soon to be renamed Data Axle —provides data solutions to enterprise-level companies, SMBs, nonprofits, agencies and more. Headquartered in Texas, Infogroup was founded over 45 years ago. During that time, they’ve built two of the industry’s most robust business and consumer databases. Some of their top-tier clients include Aetna, eBay, Allstate, and March of Dimes. Infogroup recently published a paper aimed at …

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Brands aren’t using the full slate of available first-party data

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30-second summary: Invoca surveyed 500 B2C marketers within a range of industries, each of whom oversee a budget of over $1 million, to gain insight into how they view first-party data and what they’re using to access and collect data. 90% of respondents are confident or very confident with purchase history data followed by 86% with company website data. Phone call data was lowest on the list of data sources that inspire confidence. Websites were the number one source of data that marketers used to inform digital marketing strategy, followed by mobile apps and purchase history. Just 26% of respondents listed phone call data as a source that informed their digital marketing strategy. Most marketers don’t have a clear vision of how to leverage data across channels. Respondents who use call tracking were more likely than those who didn’t to invest in both online and offline conversations. 92% of respondents …

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A guide to the changing role of the modern CMOs

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30-second summary: Domo partnered with global research company Censuswide to conduct a survey of nearly 700 senior marketers across seven international markets to assess the challenges and responsibilities facing modern CMOs. One major finding is that perpetual change in technology, data sources, and media channels is significantly impacting how CMOs do their job. The issue of who owns data—and how to manage it—is clearly a pain point for CMOs. Without any clear idea of who owns the data, managing it becomes a critical challenge, as does gleaning actionable insights from data that can hinder growth. 23% of senior marketers respondents indicated that the C-Suite’s focus on short-term over long-term results was a top communication barrier. Domo’s survey revealed that the data that matters most to marketing leaders is focused more on customer experience versus ROI. 23% of large enterprise organizations are planning to allocate over 40% of their marketing budget …

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