Why You Should Care if Your Data is Dirty
When was the last time you updated your marketing database? If you can’t remember, chances are you are using dirty data. Dirty data is outdated, is typically riddled with mistakes and is incomplete. Using it can negatively impact your entire organization. At worst, it will ruin not only your marketing campaigns, but your online reputation as well. Yet, many companies ignore data hygiene—according to Sirius Decisions […]by
Different audiences respond to different touches and triggers when it comes to marketing. You can have the best list in the universe, but if you don’t reach your target at the right time with the right message, your marketing campaign won’t generate the desired results.
Father’s Day, which is just around the corner, is a great example. Just a few short weeks ago the focus was on Mother’s Day. So, are savvy marketers using the […]by
There are three keys to any successful direct marketing program in your financial services practice: the list, the offer, and the timing of the offer. All three have equal importance in getting the highest response rates possible.
Timing matters because customers act at the moment when they need something. Not before, not after, but when they need it. So timing your programs to coincide with times of need for specific products and services is critical. […]by
Many marketers will spend their budget on single sourced lists. While this approach can show a return on your investment, it doesn’t account for the increase you could be seeing if you incorporated a multi-sourced data set into your strategy.
Most organizations who outsource their marketing data are looking to drive qualified new leads into the funnel. However, many companies are unaware the data they are using comes from one single source rather than from […]by
If you want your audience to remember your message, using an image is always a good idea. People are visual, and images and infographics make an impact. Memorial Day is just around the corner, so it seemed apt to use this favorite American holiday as an example of how infographics can give your message impact. And a message with impact is a message that people share.
Before you look at the infographic, take this short […]by
The more information you have about your prospects, the better your chances of making them loyal customers. This is especially true in the competitive cable market where creating loyal customers is critical to long-term success.
Homeowners are the perfect target audience for cable providers for a few reasons. The first is that people who own homes are more likely to invest in making that home a sanctuary—including having amenities such as premium cable and internet […]by
As much as people research products and services, chances are they will end up buying from the business that first makes them a great offer. Make sure that business is yours with a pre-movers list.
Marketers have long used new movers and homeowner lists to reach people in particular geographic regions. And the lists are successful because those people need many new services in the first six months they live in their new home. But […]by
Did you know Mother’s Day is the third largest holiday in the United States in terms of dollars spent? In 2014, consumers spent $20 billion to make mom smile, according to the National Retail Federation. So mark your calendar—May 10 will be here soon, and today is the time to start reaching out to your customers.
Both search and email are important parts of Mother’s Day marketing. Almost three quarters (70%) of consumers will shop […]by
The way consumers want to engage with the automotive market is evolving—in the past, people would visit on average seven dealers to do their shopping and research; now its 1.2. For example, customers want to know all the facts before even walking into a dealership. They want to do all their research up front. Sending messages that are highly personalized and tailored to the needs of your market will ensure you secure the sale […]by