Category Archives: Customer Acquisition

Pitch Perfect: 4 Ways to Help Your New Business Stand Out With Investors

Kim Lawton — May 13, 2020 There’s nothing I find more inspiring than seeing a woman entrepreneur pitch her business with poise, grace, and confidence. Luckily for me, I got to watch five women do just that recently during Enthuse Foundation’s pitch competition. Hosting a pitch competition for women founders was a gratifying experience for … Continue reading Pitch Perfect: 4 Ways to Help Your New Business Stand Out With Investors

Short-term thinking has negative effects on your cost-per-acquisition budget

As we pursue strategies to hit quarterly targets, we increase cost and thus devalue ourselves even when we hit the (sometimes unreasonable) goals. Garrett Mehrguth on December 16, 2019 We have been engrained to believe that our sole purpose as marketers is to drive short-term return on investment. This approach and belief has led us … Continue reading Short-term thinking has negative effects on your cost-per-acquisition budget

Reaching Out with OTT: Using New Technology to Reach Audiences

Ryan Yaeger — October 1, 2019 Follow @YaegerBomb Depending on who you ask, television ads are either dead or stronger than ever. Polarizing extremes, to be sure, but the problem is not so cut and dried. The issue isn’t that commercials have gone away, but rather that they’ve evolved as that modern audiences have adjusted … Continue reading Reaching Out with OTT: Using New Technology to Reach Audiences

How to Onboard New Clients in the Customer-Centered Economy

Mia Jacobs — June 21, 2019 — June 21, 2019 Imagine you’re a customer who’s just subscribed to a service or purchased a new product. In a perfect world, what would happen next? You’d probably begin using the product and discover it works exactly as described. The value of your purchase would be immediately apparent. … Continue reading How to Onboard New Clients in the Customer-Centered Economy

What Newbies Want: First-Time Buyers Are Swayed By Price, Study Shows

What Newbies Want: First-Time Buyers Are Swayed By Price, Study Shows by Ray Schultz , Columnist, June 5, 2019 The talk about serving people at all touchpoints may be overstated — at least when it comes to first-time customers.  The main marketing factor that prompts shoppers to buy from a retailer they have never purchased from before … Continue reading What Newbies Want: First-Time Buyers Are Swayed By Price, Study Shows

A Recipe for Making the Best Use of Audiences In Your Ad Campaigns

Aleks Nikitina — May 17, 2019 — May 17, 2019 Audience targeting is much like cooking—with the right ingredients, a few adjustments, and seasoning to taste, you can create something hearty and enticing. Like any good online recipe, we’ll start broad and dive into the details, and cover the options you have for building an … Continue reading A Recipe for Making the Best Use of Audiences In Your Ad Campaigns

New customer acquisition vs. retention: 7 best practices for search

Here’s how retailers should map their audience strategy for new-versus-returning customers to search. Steve Costanza on April 19, 2019   Like nearly all retailers, a large health and beauty organization is facing escalating competition and CPCs on search. The performance marketing team realizes it can’t keep paying heightening costs to acquire the same levels of … Continue reading New customer acquisition vs. retention: 7 best practices for search