A data-driven approach drives business – and reduces marketing costs

A “data-driven approach” is not just another buzz word, It’s a solid approach to getting the most out of your marketing investment – and optimizing its impact on your business. Learn these 5 guiding principles of a successful data-driven approach. 1) Understand your customers and their needs If you want to make your customers happy, you need to know them and their needs. The more data you collect about them, the better. But if your customer base is large, having individual profiles may be tough to manage. In that case Read more…

Web centralization vs. localization – where to place the cursor

Most international companies face the same dilemma: should we set up and manage our online presence centrally? Or should we let our local teams take responsibility? The answer is probably somewhere in the middle. It makes a lot of sense to design your end-to-end online user experience centrally, including navigation, information structure, page design, etc. Setting up centrally, then deploying locally certainly drives savings vs. starting from scratch in each country. Another great benefit is ensuring a consistent brand experience across countries. The next logical question then is, what is Read more…

Standard audiovisual displays are no longer enough. Stand out!

Industry events are critical to the business of most companies. However, it’s becoming more and more difficult to stand out at events, where users are overwhelmed with booths, people, communication messages, noise, etc. There are success stories of well-known companies and emerging brands leveraging innovative audiovisual displays to stand out and engage with users. Holograms, mixed reality, augmented reality, virtual reality, human projections, X-ray mechanisms, and several other innovative technologies represent amazing opportunities for all companies. More than just something “cool” to watch, these innovative displays can lead to business Read more…

Top 25 website KPIs your company should be monitoring

Today’s web tracking solutions track a very large number of key performance indicators (KPIs). They help companies like yours understand the people visiting your websites, the way they consume your content and how they drive business for your company. However, many companies spend so much time creating web reporting across all these indicators, that they end up without the resources or time to analyze their findings and turn them into actionable insights to use to optimize their digital presence. If this is your company’s situation, the good news is that Read more…

Digital transformation… are you on the right track?

Nowadays, most companies are leveraging the power of new technologies. They are adapting the way they engage with their audiences and, in some cases, are developing products and services specifically for online use. Still, some companies are pushing the “pause” button, wondering whether or not they’re on the right path. Is your digital transformation on the right path? Important questions to help with your assessment. Did you define clear business goals for your digital activities? Have you shared business goals across your company, in particular with your digital team? Are Read more…

5 keys to a strong online experience with your brand

Customers are encountering an ever-increasing number of brands, communication supports and communication messages wherever they turn. So more than ever, your company must make it easy for customers to find you, engage with you and do business with you. A unified and consolidated online brand experience is a must-have. Follow these 5 steps to ensure a unified online customer experience. 1) Understand your current situation. You need to have a holistic view of your company’s digital presence across your websites, mobile applications, social media pages, etc. 2) Provide a simple Read more…

Don’t let microsites get out of control

You probably hear many justifications for creating microsites: “I want to have a website that I can fully control.” “If I send my audience to the master company website, they may go somewhere else on the website, and they get away from the product lines I’m in charge of.” “The experience, design, and page templates of the master website don’t meet my needs.” “It’s easier and faster to create a new website than to get content published on the master company website.” “Leads from my area of the master website Read more…

Having content is not enough… your company needs great content

Your business may not be a media company, but being on the Internet effectively turns it into a newspaper, TV or radio. The Internet is all about “publishing” and in order to succeed, you need to adapt and become a content producer. Content is critical to your business. Great content will convince your audience of the value and benefits of your products and services, maintain your engagement with them over time, and support your business. All companies have content, but how many deliver great content? Do you? You yourself may Read more…