Published By: Uberall
Published Date: Apr 12, 2019
Ein Online-Filialfinder ist einer der wichtigsten Bestandteile Ihrer Website. Er sorgt dafür, dass Online-Suchende zu Offline-Kunden werden. Die Voraussetzung: Ein optimales Nutzererlebnis. Wir haben die 10 Schlüsselfaktoren zusammengestellt, die Ihren perfekten Filialfinder ausmachen.
Published By: Uberall
Published Date: Apr 12, 2019
Die wichtigsten kommerziellen Feiertage für Ihren Marketing-Kalender Location-Marketing-Taktiken für die Feiertage Expertentipps, mit denen Sie sich von Ihren Mitbewerbern abheben können Überblick über die neuesten Location-Marketing-Tools und -Technologien
Five things every CMO should know about APIs.
APIs power the digital marketing channels and the applications we use today. They are a window to your company’s digital assets, exposing them so that developers and partners can build mobile apps and become an extension of your innovation engine. APIs are the technology that brings the CIO and the CMO together.
In this ebook, see how a strong partnership between the CIO and CMO, centered around the customer, is essential to the success of today’s API-powered digital businesses.
APIs open opportunities for new distribution channels
APIs connect businesses and enable growth with partners and developers
APIs are the foundation for data exchange in digital ecosystems
APIs create more customer value with existing business assets
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The growing number of MarTech tools available today is overwhelming. Since 2011, this number has increased by 2,567%. With more MarTech options, marketers now have better tools to help them engage customers and deliver results. The hard part is choosing the right MarTech solutions.
Get this guide to discover the most common MarTech solutions—and what questions you need to ask of any potential marketing solution provider before you commit.
Marketing automation is quickly becoming a competitive necessity for most organizations. According to a recent Demand Gen Report, 42% of b2b marketers identified marketing automation as the tool they plan to test or deploy in 2016—beyond predictive analysis, account-based marketing, lead nurturing, and attribution modeling.
Download this white paper to discover how to use marketing automation to attract, engage, and convert buyers across all marketing channels by streamlining workflow, monitoring social, and managing content.
Accountability in marketing means one thing: Can you deliver on what you promised? The good news is that using a data management platform and data-driven marketing can help you improve accountability—especially when it comes to revenue. Because the more you know about your prospects, the more precisely you can market to them at the moment they’re ready to buy.
Get this guide to see how revenue accountability can help you cut marketing costs by reducing waste and dramatically improving your ROI.
In order for a sales department to trust marketing’s leads, lead scoring needs to be a priority. Without it, many hot leads get tossed out with the cold leads. That’s a waste of time, money, and opportunity. According to the Lenskold Group, 68% of top marketers report lead scoring as most responsible for improving the revenue contribution of content marketing.
For more information on how you can use lead scoring to provide your sales team with the most qualified leads, read this guide.
These days, everyone knows people use multiple channels for shopping, researching products, and communicating with friends and colleagues. Marketers have responded by using a variety of channels to communicate their message. In fact 55% of marketers use at least 10 channels within their marketing channel-mix according to the findings of recent Aberdeen research.
The facts are:
Utilizing multiple channels has become the ‘new normal.'
Simply adding yet another channel within the channel-mix is not enough for marketers to differentiate their business.
Instead, savvy marketers distinguish themselves by orchestrating campaigns across all channels to deliver truly personalized and consistent conversations.
Download this guide to learn the business value marketers derive by mastering orchestration of omni-channel marketing campaigns. It’ll also reveal several building blocks marketers must use to achieve superior results.
As a B2B Marketer, you spend a lot of your time coming up with new ways to reach the right prospect, at the right time, with the right message. Account-Based Marketing (ABM) is a tried-and-true strategy to help you do all three. By treating each account as a market of one, you can deepen your relationships with individuals at key accounts and ultimately increase revenue.
For more ways ABM can help you up your marketing game, download this eBook.
Account-Based Marketing (ABM) is one of the truest ways to align your sales and marketing operations to drive holistic account interactions that yield higher returns. According to the Alterra Group, “84% of marketers find that ABM provides significant benefits for retaining and expanding existing client relationships, while 97% say that it delivers a higher ROI than other marketing methods.”able revenue.”
Download this brief to discover how ABM can help guide sales strategies, improve prospecting, and increase conversions.
A recent Argyle survey found that nearly 60% of marketing organizations currently use some form of Account-Based Marketing (ABM), while 28% plan to use it in the near future. This shows the rising importance of ABM in the marketing mix. However, ABM does have its challenges. Almost 30% of the same respondents claimed that maintaining personalized, but consistent interactions with prospects was the most prominent challenge in ABM.
For more insight on how marketing executives are optimizing ABM, download this survey.
Today’s Chief Marketing Officer is tasked with many demands, made even more challenging with the ever-evolving digital domain. Their biggest challenge? Leveraging personalization to demonstrate and drive clear ROI to the executive team.
Download this report from Argyle Executive Forum to see how leading CMOs weigh in on other challenges, including how they can skillfully decipher, understand, and leverage the abundance of available data to engage with customers.
Much of the customer experience is broken because the marketing experience is broken. But it’s not marketing’s fault. With legacy technology, marketers only get a distorted view of the customer because data silos cannot be shared across channels. In fact, a recent Forbes article states that “65% of marketers are not giving consumers what they want.”
Read this guide to discover how to provide customer experiences that are managed as carefully as the product, the price, and the promotion of the marketing mix.
As you likely know, mobile testing is the art and science of building, running, and analyzing optimization tests for mobile customer experiences. What you may not know, like many marketers, is how to do mobile testing really well. It starts with a solid mobile marketing strategy and ends with an effective mobile experience.
Download this guide for the best advice from analysts, engineers, and thought leaders on how to help mobile-minded businesses master the non-desktop landscape.
There seems to be no end to the growing number of marketing technologies available today. Currently, there are 4,000 MarTech solutions on the market—a 2500% increase over 2011. With so many options, identifying the right ones and getting them to work together isn’t easy. How do you do it? By choosing an open platform that offers pre-integrated apps, offering an open infrastructure for future innovations.
Read how successful Modern Marketers are spending more time innovating and less time integrating.
As more and more industries clamor to adopt an Account-Based Marketing program, B2B marketers must re-think how they drive revenue. According to SiriusDecisions, 92% of companies call ABM a B2B must-have—while 84% of B2B marketers say that ABM delivers higher ROI than any other approach. This is good news, but it gets even better. Now you can deliver Account-Based Marketing directly form your Marketing Automation System (MAS) using Demandbase and Oracle Eloqua.
Download this infographic to see how you can optimize your ABM and MAS systems, align with sales, and drive revenue for B2B success.
Successful email marketing, demand generation, and lead management processes hinge on a modern strategy aligned to buyer needs across all phases of the buying process — marketing automation. Using a wide spectrum of digital channels, today’s buyers employ an extensive network of tools and resources to make the most informed purchase decisions. The Modern Marketing era is driven by the self-educated buyer who marketers must engage to achieve a relevant, targeted, and value-based customer experience. Find marketing automation fundamentals here.
The use of SaaS applications within an organization is the new normal. There is
a good chance that just your marketing department is using more than 10 SaaS
products, which is reflected in the amount you are spending on SaaS. According
to Gartner, the 2015 worldwide market for SaaS software application sales was
$33.4 billion, with projections to double that to $67.2 billion by 2019.1 Clearly,
your integration needs are changing. SaaS applications, as well as mobile
traffic, social networks, IoT, suppliers, partners, and customer channels are new
integration points that will need to be captured in your business processes.
This paper presents five principles for successful hybrid integrations.
Adsquare offers brands insights into customer behaviours and footfall to underpin digital marketing campaigns. Using a detailed brief of the audience the brand wishes to reach,
Adsquare gathers data from a range of mobile, online and offline sources. This rich data gives a brand a stronger opportunity to create relevant campaigns for their audiences.
It is critical to adsquare’s success that its data sources are reliable. As the world’s leading location platform in 2018 (Source: Ovum and Counterpoint Research annual indexes) HERE is building and sharing real-time location intelligence with adsquare which reveals patterns to show how and why customers make transactions in specific places. and why customers make transactions in specific places.
The practice of using predictive analytics for marketing is becoming much more commonplace, but, in many ways, this field is still immature. Marketers are using analytics to identify new prospects, qualify leads, predict close rates, and optimize pricing, but there are still many ways to refine these methods -- along with many pitfalls to avoid.
Download this white paper to learn how to win the B2B marketing analytics poker game.
Aberdeen’s Content Marketing survey revealed that while 95% of marketers are using or considering using a content marketing strategy, there are some distinct differences between those using content well and those just using content. The Best-in-Class are not only creating content at volume, they are taking a much more data-driven approach to their content marketing strategy — and it’s paying off. Find out how.
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