Category Archives: data

What Do Customers Really Want?

Did you know that likely 20% of your customers make up 80% of your revenue? What does that mean exactly? It means that keeping those 20% happy and satisfied is extremely important to your business. It’s more important than ever for retailers to understand and create a marketing strategy around what customers actually want- loyalty and engagement.

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How to Prioritize Your Marketing Time

 

You are probably running a hundred miles a minute, especially during the holiday season. So, allocating your time to those activities that will generate quality leads and customers is extremely important. There are a couple campaigns and best practices we recommend you start with instead of trying to do everything at once!

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The Holiday Present Companies Want: Data they can Use

The Holiday Present Companies Want: Data they can Use

When you think about marketing to prospects and customers around the holidays, you probably don’t first think of data. You likely think of beautiful creative, festive words, big deals, and attracting the most people you can. The thing is, you can’t have a successful holiday season without good, usable data. Breaking through the clutter is possible when you analyze and smartly use your data. Because at the end of the day, data’s just data until you use it, right?

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What Happens After the Holiday Boom?

 

Start 2018 Off Strong!

2017 flew by, didn’t it? And with the holidays fast approaching, you don’t make the mistake of not following up after the holidays and losing potential customers! It’s important to speak to the market that may want to take advantage of post-holiday sales, use their gift card or those who return their gifts in hopes to replace it with something else.

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Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation

Understanding Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation

As of June 1st, 2017, the transitional period for commercial electronic messages ended and the three-year mandatory review for CASL is in effect. All Commercial Electronic Messages (CEMs) sent to or from Canada are under CASL jurisdiction. This is notable because CASL is one of the toughest laws for email marketers of its kind and effects how email marketers will gather leads and retain them.

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