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Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
Create Conversations, Not Campaigns
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  • This is why we’re here. On any given day, the average customer will be exposed to 2,904 media messages, will pay attention to 52 and will positively remember 4 – SuperProfile 2010  
  • In an ideal world…For each individual…
  • But the problem was this: Nobody wants to get “blasted”.
  • So, marketers started with demographic segmentation. And that got us closer. Here’s a good example…
  • But the real to relevance is behavioral targeting. Because whereas demographics tell us who we are, behaviors tell us what we want.
  • So you want relevancy and engagement – but this requires sophisticated targeting that combines online body language (web traffic, search behavior, email response) plus transactional data plus with lifestyle and demographic data (personas)When behavioral cues are not used, email can be experienced as a dissonant interruption. What the sender considers a coordinated "drip campaign" may feel more like water torture to the receiver.
  • Result: Big lift!More on our blog about this: http://blog.marketo.com/blog/2013/06/topic-of-interest-based-nurturing.html
  • While this may be straightforward for programmers, it’s a foreign language to most marketers…This makes the marketer reliant on technical resources for anything that’s not simple, especially anything that incorporates behaviors beyond email open and click
  • While this may be straightforward for programmers, it’s a foreign language to most marketers…This makes the marketer reliant on technical resources for anything that’s not simple, especially anything that incorporates behaviors beyond email open and click
  • While this may be straightforward for programmers, it’s a foreign language to most marketers…This makes the marketer reliant on technical resources for anything that’s not simple, especially anything that incorporates behaviors beyond email open and click
  • While this may be straightforward for programmers, it’s a foreign language to most marketers…This makes the marketer reliant on technical resources for anything that’s not simple, especially anything that incorporates behaviors beyond email open and click
  • Every interaction is a link within the context of a communication supply chain.
  • ----“'Sense and respond’ communication in the digital world requires automation that monitors for explicit and implicit behavioral cues, captures that data (senses) in a rich behavioral database, and then uses the data to customize a valuable response (responds). ----------------------A romantic date goes badly if all you do is talk about yourself. The same holds true for marketing conversations. If you don’t listen — really listen — to your prospects and consumers, you’ll never earn the chance for a “second date,” let alone a long-term commitment. To start a two-way conversation, you must provide content relevant to a consumer’s interests. Then, you must be willing to adjust your content based on how that consumer responds. It’s great to automate workflows that map to a buyer’s journey, but they can’t be static workflows; you must be willing to adjust them as you observe how your buyer actually navigates across channels. Here’s how to listen and adapt in email marketing:Use behavioral filters to target. As discussed in Part 3, behavioral filters ensure relevance in your email marketing. So, start a conversation with a smart subset of your contact list based on unique profiles and behaviors. Then, continue to watch your subscribers’ behaviors as the campaign progresses and your conversation with each recipient diverges down its own unique behavioral path. Trigger messages and adjustments based on behaviors.When a prospect does something meaningful on your website, in social channels, or offline (such as making a purchase at a physical store), you need to be able to respond with a relevant, timely email. When you automatically send a prospect a message based on an action she took (or didn’t take), you allow for the message to be delivered at the moment your brand is on her mind. You are communicating with her on her terms, not yours. But if you miss these triggers, and simply blast emails to your entire list as your promotional calendar dictates, you ignore your potential customers and their buying signals.
  • This is more like what you want your communications to be….
  • You think it’s easy, draw a simple diagram on the whiteboard
  • Hard to developComplexError proneHard to change
  • Today’s consumers move seamlessly across digital and offline channels. According to a recent Experian QAS® survey, 36 percent of U.S. organizations interact with customers and prospects in five or more channels.In retail banking, 61% of consumers use three or more channels each month (e.g. branch, phone, online, and mobile – in addition to email). However, Companies Not Prepared to Deliver Integrated ExperiencesQUOTE: “Fewer than 10 percent of brands are executing true cross-channel communications informed by one view of the customer.” - The 2013 Digital Marketer, Experian = Big opportunity to increase relevancy.Organization silos:Traditionally, marketing organizations are made up of either product or channel teams. Within this structure, each team works hard to optimize their siloed marketing efforts — and, in most places, have gotten really good at delivering their individual marketing programs and defending their individual marketing budgetsTechnology silos: Many of the tools are focused on a channel — email, mobile, catalog or Web. The big challenge for marketers is that message delivery within channels almost always happens via disparate platforms. Especially a problem with ESP. Email “grew up” with companies using stand-alone email service providers (ESPs) and outside agencies. This legacy hangs over email today. Traditional email service providers (ESP) = not multi-channel, not channel agnosticThe modern, digitally-empowered consumer doesn’t think in terms of channels and doesn’t care about your silos.Uses whatever device they have in the moment… web, mobile, tabletSo, companies shouldn’t expect the consumer to adapt; companies should adapt. This means moving from channel- or promotion-centric marketing plans to customer-centric marketing plans, and enabling those plans with marketing technology that is ready to deliver.
  • Many marketers are perceived as a cost center. You can’t expect your organization to place value on something you’re unable to quantify. But when you do use the right metrics and processes, there is nothing more powerful to help marketing earn it’s rightful seat at the revenue table.Here I show you how Marketo does it.
  • Some basic metrics. But… doesn’t really tell you what’s causing engagement. If you’re like most marketers, you’re likely wading through many different email performance metrics trying to determine the impact of your content…. Email A got opened, but email B was clicked, and email C drove conversions… which is best?
  • Engagement Score enables marketers to quickly judge how effectively each piece of content is engaging prospects and customers over time. This proprietary metric takes many factors into consideration, and outputs a single number that gives marketers a fast, apples-to-apples method of measuring content performance…See trend over time, how updates to program improve engagement.
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