Published By: First Data
Published Date: Apr 25, 2013
Traditional direct mail campaigns often deliver anemic response rates and direct mail campaigns sweetened with discounts don’t fare much better. Poor results combined with escalating printing and mailing costs and changing consumer expectations means that businesses must find more effective ways to get consumers’ attention.
Published By: Location3
Published Date: Aug 31, 2018
When we released our first white paper in February 2015 discussing the ways multi-location businesses were using online media to drive in-store visits, most of the strategic opportunities being leveraged by marketers revolved around using things like promotional coupons, beacons and other tactics. While those methods certainly provided incremental lift in in-store traffic and revenue, there existed a number of gaps in connecting online data associated with promotional efforts, to data that indicated a customer actually converted offline at a business location. At press time for our original “online-to-offline” white paper, digital industry giants were still very much in the early stages of evaluating data points that signified offline customer conversions. Many of these “conversions” were somewhat implied (i.e. Clicks on “Get Directions” link), while others were a bit more reliable in signifying in-store visits and purchases made by consumers (i.e. downloadable coupon redeemed in-store
More than half of consumers have used a mobile wallet pass. Millennials are at the top of the list, yes, but Generation X and higher-income mobile users are not far behind.
The State of Mobile Wallet Marketing highlights what key findings from our survey of 2,000 U.S. and U.K. consumers mean for brands trying to reach mobile users. Learn about how consumers want to use mobile wallet passes - especially to receive coupons/special offers and to manage loyalty programs.
Managing a sophisticated commerce marketing program requires more than a simple email marketing platform. Say goodbye to batch and blast messages and hello to relevance. Today's commerce marketers use an average of 7.2 marketing tactics to grow their businesses to keep shoppers coming back for more. Are you ready to add a few to your toolbox?
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Managing a sophisticated commerce marketing program requires more than a simple email marketing platform. Say goodbye to batch and blast messages and hello to relevance. Today's commerce marketers use an average of 7.2 marketing tactics to grow their business and keep shoppers coming back for more. Are you ready to add a few to your tool box?
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