The differentiation between B2B and B2C is past. Thinking Customer Experience to the end, we need to think about eliminating sales and marketing…
This is the story about a coffee and Lisa, my personal #CX, Customer Experience Guru @ Adobe
It is that time of year again when Gartner migrates those little dots around to guide companies that are in the process of evaluating a Web Content Management solution for their business, by providing an in-depth analysis of leading vendors. This article will not only discuss who’s in, who’s out, and who jumped from one category to another over the past year but it will also include exclusive comments from the leading vendors’ execs on their inclusion as well as the cautions that the Gartner analysts
Quote: “If you can successfully break down your silos and pull all your data together, you can create a dynamic, progressive profile of each customer, allowing you to anticipate and respond to their individual needs.”
Personas are fictitious people and the typical user which holds important characteristics of your target group. The questions is, if we need personas at a time everyone is talking about 1:1 marketing? Personas are a user model to describe a target group. Target groups are a set instrument since many years. Adobe is one of […]
Marketing is the new sales and data the new marketing! …but webanalytics vendors like, Google Analytics, IBM, Adobe, Webtrends, Webtrekk or others need to reshape their product. The future of marketing is data driven and combines more then online data. Webanalytics like we know it today will die and will be integrated or taken over […]
The digital landscape is changing. Changing is our personal way to communicate and how we consume information. More and more is digital and marketers have more and more data about us which they can use for their marketing communication. The question is what is the best digital marketing solution? First of all: There is no […]
Technology is growing fast as well as the amount of data and internet traffic. Big-Data is not new in discussion. The challenge is how to handle them on the one side and how to use them on the other side.
Let’s have a look on technology with a marketing view / direction.
There are plenty of marketing tools available on the market, most of them as a SaaS model. They all fight for the best features & functions. Before we can do the best marketing we need to handle the information and data which are available now and which should be available (stored somewhere and not connected). There should also be a thinking which data should be collected to do a better communication and reach sales & marketing goals.
So it is first to do some homework and then focus on tools like Adobe, Salesforce and other.
Why? Let’s have a look at these 2 statements: