How Interactive Marketers Should Ask Users For Data
Best Practices To Make The Most Of Explicit Data Collection
October 5, 2011
Why Read This Report
Data provided directly by customers and prospects is an essential driver of interactive marketing success. But in today's rapid-fire digital landscape, inconsistent standards, technical complexity, and privacy concerns challenge interactive marketers who ask customers for information and permission. The consequence: squandered opportunities for re-marketing and analysis. Interactive marketers should follow best practices and elevate the importance of data collection within their organizations to accelerate database growth, improve customer analysis, and develop higher-performing marketing communications.
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Table of Contents
- Explicit Data Collection Fuels Marketing
- Confront Challenges By Embracing Standards And New Channel Capabilities
WHAT IT MEANS
- "Czars" Will Coordinate Multichannel Data Collection
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