Key takeaways from my morning from DotLive with DotDigital, MovableInk and Colart on the 12th February 2020: Data Use what you have to enrich the content and design to drive engagement. Get creative. Such as personalised user statistics for gamification features to
Contrary to what some people may think, I don't think email is dead. If it is for your company - you are either doing it wrong or your desired target audience is in a much younger demographic. The development of larger
There's no one size fits all approach to marketing in several countries - at least not yet. Of course there are in some cases cultural similarities between for example the nordic countries, however that's where it ends, similarities are not the same as equally "the same". That's why, when you work with global marketing management, you need a framework, and an approach that is flexible enough to adapt the brand, marketing and communication to each country you have or aim to have a presence in. And here is a short list of some key points that you need to consider, when it comes to local adaptions and why they are necessary.
A customer database is like a garden. You need to look after it in order to make the right flowers grow and you need to take time to get to know the flowers in your garden, so you can nurture them and look after them with attentive care. What you also need to do is to remove the weed to make sure you have more space for your flowers to grow. The same logic applies to a customer database that you use for communication in some way. B2C and B2B have many similarities but also a few things that sets them apart. For example your B2B database may have the additional challenge of people switching jobs and thus also switching email addresses. Do you continuously work in weeding these out? That said, this article focuses on the similarities that are applicable on both.