Data-Driven Marketing

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How to navigate the data analytics path

Data analytics is critical for organisations but your efforts will fail if you don’t first understand what customer gap or commercial pain point you’re trying to overcome, several Australian brands claim.

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Digital's rise into the heart of marketing: Adobe's Brad Rencher

Despite their obvious importance, digital and social remain distinct activities within many marketing teams. But CMOs must integrate these channels into the one customer journey if they’re to remain at the top of their game, Adobe’s digital chief claims.

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Fine-tuning the art of customer entertainment

What is the dollar value of a customer unsubscribing from your email services? That was a key question for the team at online retailer, Elan Media Partners, when it began looking to improve its utilisation of customer data.

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How Telstra united TV and digital analytics

The ability to track TV viewing in line with digital and mobile analytics for a complete customer picture is becoming a reality at Telstra thanks to pioneering technology and business strategy.

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Andy Lark: Technology is the core brand differentiator

Whether your brand is virtual or physical, technology is the core differentiator and those with the best digital platforms will win the battle for customers’ minds and hearts, Commonwealth Bank’s outgoing CMO, Andy Lark, claims.

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Living on the data analytics edge: SEEK

There are some organisations that pay lip service to data analysis, and there are others that live by it. Australia and New Zealand employment site SEEK, is definitely the latter.

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Half of Aussie organisations fail big data quest

Big data analytics are being increasingly infiltrating Australian businesses but more than half claim their attempts to leverage such information to improve customer experience have failed, a new report claims.

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Aussie businesses are not data-driven: PwC outlook

Many Australian businesses claim to be data driven but are in fact using information to support existing beliefs rather than achieve new and valuable consumer insights, a senior PricewaterhouseCooper (PwC) senior partner claims.

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