Category Archives: Customer Data Platform

Webinar: How To Optimize Your Marketing Channels To Reduce Cost and Increase Revenue

Are You Wasting Money?

Many companies are currently doing direct marketing via traditional channels such as Direct Mail and Email Marketing. But what if you are missing a portion of your customer base that is not engaging on those channels? Marketers now need to optimize their efforts to talk to customers where they are spending their time. Through Facebook, Google and other channels, you can now reach your customers where you haven’t been able to before. In addition, you can build a “look a like” model on these channels to target people that look like your best customers.

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Case Study: The Right Message and Channel Matters

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Located on the crest of the Cascade Range in Washington, Stevens Pass receives abundant snowfall making it one of the top locations for Washington residents. Stevens Pass caters heavily to day travelers from the surrounding areas. With a variety of terrain, Stevens Pass is an ideal location for all ski levels. Night skiing allows the resort to be open longer hours enabling skiers to take full advantage of the beautiful resort.

The Challenge

With an ever-changing demographic, Stevens Pass is faced with the challenge of speaking to all customers differently. The message you use for a college student is much different than the one used for a family or a more mature skier. Along with the message, the marketing channel matters as well. While young customers may take more to a Facebook ad, a mature customer may do best with email. Stevens Pass was faced with the challenge of talking to each segment differently and speaking to them where they are listening. With the Season Pass push upon them, it was important that they take all channels into consideration to gain the most value from their marketing efforts. But how do you tailor the message and the channel to each different segment?

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In The News: Marketing Tech Company Lands Venture Capital

DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL – Ascent360, the Golden-based maker of marketing software, raised $1.9 million in seed-round funding it plans to use to spread the word about its technology beyond the active lifestyle and retail clients it has.

The 15-employee company announced the funding Friday. Backing came from Access Venture Partners, Nelnet, Bialla Venture Partners 2, Service Providers Capital, Rockies Venture Club and some private individual investors.

The company had expected to raise about $1 million but found more investor interest and the chance to have more resources to grow, said Scott Buelter, CEO of the three-year-old company.

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Press Release: Ascent360 Raises $1.9M To Help Retailers Turn Customer Data Into Revenue

Golden, CO, January 13, 2017 — Ascent360, the Customer Data Platform (CDP) company, starts 2017 with a 90% oversubscribed seed round of $1.9 million backed by Access Venture Partners, Nelnet, Bialla Venture Partners 2, LLC, Service Provider Capital, the Rockies Venture Club, along with several private investors. “Ascent360 is thrilled to have the backing of such an A-list group of investors going into 2017,” said Ascent360 CEO, Scott Buelter. “This round of funding allows us the strength we need to add the right talent to get our unique technology into today’s retail marketers and help them to leverage customer data in ways they never knew possible.”

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Speaking at Outdoor Retailer Winter Market

Ascent360 is hosting an Educational Session!

Planning on attending the Outdoor Retailer Winter Market this year?  Scott Buelter, CEO of Ascent360, will be presenting on how to optimize marketing efforts to reach customers where they are spending their time.  Many companies currently market via traditional marketing channels such as Direct Mail and Email Marketing.  However, this session will discuss the best marketing tactics to reach customers through other channels such as Facebook and Google.  So, forget wasting your time and money on outdated marketing techniques that are ineffective and begin to modernize your advertising.  By optimizing your spend and extending your reach through more modern networks, you can dramatically reduce your marketing costs while increasing your revenue.

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