Don’t come to me with vanity metrics. I won’t listen to you. Whether you’re on my team and giving me a program update or a vendor trying to sell me something, I won’t be impressed by inflated metrics or data that doesn’t tell a story. And most CEO’s won’t settle for it, either.
Because marketing automation helps companies run complex campaigns with fewer resources, the software is growing in popularity. According to MarTech, a marketing technology forum, more than 50% of companies currently use marketing automation. 70% of companies, they say, plan to institute it in the next 12 months.
After 7 years of marketing research, Adobe compiled their findings into their Digital Marketing Survey, which turns a spotlight on companies that have achieved digital maturity.
We’re finally far enough away from the holiday season to take a good look back at what worked and to catch a glimpse of where we’ll go from here. And now we’re seeing retailers making big shifts for the new year, further illustrating the importance of going back to basics.
Every year, I look forward to the Retail Dive Awards. This year, Corinne Ruff put together some great categories that sparked a lot of water cooler talk among the Pluris team. While all the categories are discussion-worthy (you can see them here), a few really stood out.
According to the Fantasy Sports Trade Association (FSTA), 57.4 million people in the US and Canada played fantasy sports in 2015. Participation is skyrocketing, year-over-year. Fantasy football lets sports fans build super-powered team rosters by picking their favorite players or strategically combining players to win in their Fantasy Football leagues.
Recently, we spoke about the importance of Increasing Customer Lifetime Value. By optimizing offers for each targeted customer segment, you can improve the conversion rates for your best customers and increase their engagement and purchases.