The Super Bowl hype is fully upon us, and with travel packages reaching upwards of $10,000 (and the Patriots out) let’s face it, most of us are going to catch the game on TV. And this year, more than ever, the game isn’t just about sitting around the TV with some snacks and good friends. Second – and third – screens will also join the party. So how do multiple screens play into the attention economy? It’s more than just messaging – it’s about use.
Today’s customers expect tailored, customized marketing messages. They expect you to know who they are and what they need, all without your company seeming “creepy” by knowing too much about them. Companies are turning to real-time interaction management to meet these demands and increase their conversions and sales as a result.