Published By: Wpromote
Published Date: Sep 10, 2019
While profit-driven marketing isn’t new, many brands
still focus on metrics that distract from the true goal:
The shift to profit-driven marketing begins with
reevaluating traditional KPIs. Certain metrics have
become so ingrained in marketing plans that there’s
no consideration about whether they are still relevant.
Ready to start prioritizing profit? Learn more
about how Wpromote can help.
Published By: OneUpWeb
Published Date: Nov 23, 2010
Does social media marketing really work? How do you separate fact from fiction as you navigate your way through the buzz about "going viral"? Amidst the chatter about Twitter, Facebook, FourSquare, Digg, Delicious, and Linked In-what will really get your business ahead? Tune in to find out as Oneupweb CEO Lisa Wehr and Social Media Director, Maureen Michaels team up to unveil the truth.
You'll find in this complimentary report from Target Marketing, a breakdown of key segmentation areas, fundamental questions to ask to formulate effective segmentation plans, a six-step road map to a comprehensive segmentation process, three segmentation pitfalls to avoid, and more.
Published By: Teradata
Published Date: May 02, 2017
even West Media (SWM) is Australia’s leading multiple platform media company with a market-leading presence in broadcast television, magazine and newspaper publishing, and online.
To support its unprecedented broadcast of the Rio de Janeiro 2016 Olympic Games, SWM integrated the world’s first production implementation of the Teradata Database running on Amazon Web Services (AWS) into its existing data ecosystem. This enabled the delivery of critical insights during the event and helped directly drive audience engagement with SWM’s digital products, resulting in the creation of a powerful audience asset that that now informs their broadcasting, marketing, and advertising plans. Find out how with in this case study.
Marketing value metrics enable marketers to measure the impact of marketing activity against organisational goals more effectively and empowers marketing teams and their leaders to justify and defend their plans to their CEOs and CFOs. The model presented in this free chapter has been developed by Professor Stan Maklan, Dr Stan Maklan and Peter Mouncey from the renowned Cranfield School of Management and provide a metrics-based framework for developing and implementing marketing strategies that are measurable and accountable.
Published By: Teradata
Published Date: Mar 10, 2014
We evaluate vendors providing applications that support the management of marketing resources, such as plans, people, budgets, projects, tasks, assets and cycle times. This Magic Quadrant will help marketing leaders and CIOs find an MRM solution to better manage their marketing resources.
Zebra Technologies analyzed the state of the hospitality industry and conducted two research studies. The first study focused on the hotel/resort industry and measured senior executives, IT leaders, guest services and marketing respondents’ views on guest needs, their strategic technology and service plans, and vision for the future.
The second consumer study measured travelers’ preferences, technology requirements and opinions on the factors influencing their overall satisfaction at hotels and resorts. The results of these studies are shared in this 2016 Hospitality Vision Study.
Adobe has released the results to the 2012 Digital Marketing Optimization Survey, where over 1700 global digital marketers across major industries offered insights into plans for driving revenue and growth in the coming year. With an increasing portion of marketing spend shifting to digital channels, it's more critical than ever to measure online marketing programs and initiatives to help identify where you can raise conversions and add to the bottom line.
Support your strategic marketing plans, bolster your budget, and stay ahead of the competition with insights into upcoming digital marketing trends. The 2015 Digital Advertising Report gives you everything you need to know about digital marketing and advertising so you can outsmart your competitors.
Bronto Software and Retail Systems Research have just published survey findings of 179 retailers regarding their holiday 2012 online marketing plans. Download the report to discover the quantitative findings.
Published By: BrightEdge
Published Date: Apr 15, 2013
Search Engine Optimization is a key component in most online marketing plans today. A huge amount of time is spent optimizing content and pages for better visibility on search engines. Download this study to learn how Yelp simplified local SEO management with BrightEdge.
Published By: Sparxoo
Published Date: Dec 21, 2016
With a new year upon us, it's time to put out Nostradamus hat on and give our best predictions for 2017. It's time for a fresh perspective as you look at your marketing plans and /make sure your initiatives are aligned for success. Our digital marketing gurus have pulled insights and trends together to give you insider secrets on digital marketing and how can you get a leg up on your competition. Why? Because we dig digital, and want to spread the love.
Online Marketing Pioneer Larry Chase Offers His Best on Getting a White Paper to the Right B2B Prospects - and Getting Them to Read It.
White papers have been one of the most popular and productive marketing tools for generating B2B sales leads. And Larry, publisher of Web Marketing Digest, has been developing white papers for over two decades now.
In our second annual marketing survey, we surveyed CMOs in The CMO Club about their use,expectations, and measurement of social media, then compared the results to the previous year's survey. In short, 2009 marked the year CMOs embraced social media marketing but struggled to tie their strategies to the bottom line. Many evaluated engagement metrics created from social media- such as the number of click-throughs to the website or number of fans or followers - instead of evaluating business metrics like revenues and conversion. In 2009, CMOs aspired to tie social to the bottom line.
Businesses need to plan for unforeseen events that can disrupt productivity, impair the customer experience, and possibly even threaten a business’s existence. A disruption every business needs to plan for is any event that destroys valuable data, inhibits access to data, or causes downtime of core applications.
Consider the staggering amount of information your company stores electronically. What if an unforeseen event destroyed all financial records, client contacts, and application data? You wouldn’t be able to send customers accurate invoices. Your marketing efforts might be undermined. You would lack key metrics for measuring quality, profitability, and more. The losses could be staggering.
In every aspect of life, it’s smart to plan for unexpected events. That’s especially true for two plans every business must have: a disaster recovery plan and a business continuity plan.