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For marketers who rely on analytics for evidence-based decision making, this new multi-screen world has also presented some new measurement challenges and some great marketing analytics opportunities.
In late 2012 Google Analytics introduced the exciting concept of Universal Analytics—that is, the idea of using a single unique identifier to provide much better picture of user behavior as an individual and not a series of different device interactions. Google has also recognized the powerful potential of bringing together prospect and customer data from other marketing technology tools such as Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Marketing Automation and Content Management Systems.
What is exciting about Google’s proposed solution is that it recognized that marketers have begun to develop sophisticated, join-up marketing technology ecosystems, each with their proprietary view of your prospect or customer, and have proposed a method of connecting these systems for a more complete view of your customers’ buying journey. Read more
Many B2B marketers may not be aware that they have an inbound marketing and lead generation diamond just waiting to shine. And the tool to polish this little gem could be Net Promoter Score. Read more
By 2013, more people will be using mobile phones than personal computers to get online. For B2B marketers, this information has some important implications. Consider that a high percentage of the “first view” of your content will be consumed on a mobile device. If you are marketing by email to purchase decision makers, the proportion of people who will open your email communications on a mobile device could be as high as 50%. Not only are they consuming content, but they are also actively sharing content with their peers over multiple social media channels as implied by the double-digit growth seen for Twitter and LinkedIn. Read more