Cross-channel marketing continues to be a primary strategy as customers jump from one channel to another to do their research and complete their purchase. Here’s what you need to know about the role mobile plays, so you optimize your cross-channel marketing efforts for people using mobile devices.
In order to continue to grow and reach potential customers, it is critical to stay on top of each marketing channel. With constantly changing channel ROI, relying on just a few options can be detrimental. Here are seven reasons you may be missing cross-channel marketing opportunities that could really impact your business.
The goal of your cross-channel marketing strategy should be to tell all your audience and customers a similar brand story across multiple channels. Learn from these brands with winning cross-channel tactics.
5G wireless will changes the game for digital marketers and shift consumer behaviors. Expect to see changes with richer email and website design, tighter omnichannel orchestration, more video, and more.
Cross-channel marketing means meeting customers where they are at on the channel they prefer, be it email, social, mobile, or display. Customers expect you to keep up with them when they cross from channel to channel or device from device. Data will help you personalize touchpoints in order to engage them and make conversions. Find out how.
Gartner named Oracle a Leader in their 2020 Magic Quadrant for Multichannel Marketing Hubs for the third time since the report’s inception three years ago. For the report, Gartner analyzed 19 vendors across 15 different Evaluation criteria based on Ability to Execute and Completeness of Vision.