I recently joined fellow marketing colleagues at a meeting of the Midwest Chapter of the ANA B2B Committee in Chicago. The focus of this meeting was on lead generation, and we enjoyed brainstorming solutions to the customer acquisition problems marketers face every day.
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Modern marketers often frame their role as developing customer-centric marketing strategies to maximize some metric of importance, such as response rates, ROI, or cost per acquisition (CPA). Predictive models are analytical tools that provide us a formal way for maximizing (or minimizing) those metrics. This post is Part II in a series offering a deep dive into how predictive models are developed and can be used in new customer acquisition. You can read Part I here.
I was recently reflecting on a quote by Charles De Gaulle: “Victory often goes to the army that makes the least mistakes, not the most brilliant plans.” As a Cleveland sports fan, I’m well aware of how mistakes can impact the outcome of the game and result in an upsetting defeat… but the implications of this quote extend well beyond that of a notable French statesman and sports teams.
I recently returned from a trip to Minneapolis for The Print Event. This event was full of masterclasses, panels, presentations and keynotes focused on helping savvy marketers capitalize on print as a profit-driving marketing channel.
11 years ago, Speedeon Data CEO Gerard Daher set out to create a company that would be different.
Last week, I was glad to join members of the Speedeon Data team at CommerceNext in New York. We were fortunate to connect with some of the 800 digital retail executives in attendance and join a variety of sessions on marketing trends, tactics, and best practices.