Data Strategy or Strategery? How Businesses Are Combatting Amazon and the Economic Downturn

The need for an effective data strategy has never been stronger. Faced with years of increasing competitive pressure from diversified businesses like Amazon, and now an unprecedented economic downturn, more businesses are looking to emulate what has allowed Target and Best Buy to successfully fight back. Strengthened by their existing data strategies that helped build stronger and more informed customer relationships before Covid-19 hit, they are now doubling down on their data strategies to take advantage of new opportunities while their competitors struggle to adapt.

Email Marketers Buckle Up!

As brands fight to bounce back, with little patience for outdated technology or allowing opportunities to be missed, they will start to look to a new breed of ESPs to not just help them survive, but to thrive. It is just what marketers need.

Apocalypse Chow? How Innovation is Providing Hope for the Restaurant Industry

There are few industries that have been devastated by Covid-19 as much as the restaurant industry and it very well may be a harbinger for sweeping changes across many other industries. Innovators in the space are finding creative ways to reduce the impact and build their brands in anticipation of an unshackling of pent up consumer demand, but the industry will never be the same again.

Avoiding the Big Data Creepy Factor

Big data is undoubtedly the future of marketing, and it is what powers A.I., so the opportunities for unintended misuse and abuse have already started and will continue to multiply. As marketers look to improve the customer experience and their marketing effectiveness, they will need to develop guidelines for their business and industry, even within what is legally permissible, to avoid being the next business to be branded as creepy.

How to Improve Your Offer Strategy, Easy First Steps

Offer strategy and associated tactics are an often overlooked opportunity for marketers to improve their existing programs. By encouraging specific customer behaviors that support a marketer’s overarching strategies and goals, marketers will find success financially and in improving the customer experience.