How Agencies Acquire Data And Their Greatest Needs by Laurie Sullivan , Staff Writer @lauriesullivan, July 1, 2021 Half of agencies participating in the study outsource data functions and cite this as a critical business strategy, with 59% of respondents saying data is important to the success of the organization, according to a study released this … Continue reading How Agencies Acquire Data And Their Greatest Needs
Rob Bellenfant March 6, 2021 mohamed_hassan / Pixabay Acquisitions usually happen for three reasons: revenue growth, to bring on new technology, or to capture a new audience. An experienced broker can advise you on the correct financial steps and checkpoints during your acquisition, but a company is more than their ledger. A company includes people … Continue reading Grow Fast: Acquire a Culture Fit Company
To Have And To Hold: How Email Helps Retailers Acquire And Retain Customers by Ray Schultz , Columnist, December 7, 2018 Email is one of the main tools used by retailers to acquire new customers, according to How Investments In Customer Acquisition And Retention Lead To Strong ROI, a study by Retail Touchpoints. But it’s … Continue reading To Have And To Hold: How Email Helps Retailers Acquire And Retain Customers
Igor Gorbatko — February 7, 2018 Follow @igorbatkoGE — February 7, 2018 Image credit Have you ever wondered what drives success in business over the long run? Having the right idea, picking the right strategy or hitting the right timing? Sure, they all play a role, but there is something more fundamental that makes a … Continue reading How to Design a Hiring Process That Will Help You Acquire Great Talent
Scott Barnett — January 15, 2017 Follow @scottabarnett— January 15, 2017 Online advertising is a massive market, and getting larger every year. Undoubtedly, the number of emails in your Inbox that stress how to best acquire customers online via advertising is also increasing. I recently got an email that had some of the following information: … Continue reading How to (Not!) Acquire Customers Online
If smart assistants like Amazon’s Alexa make it easy to reorder products, how can brands get people to try out something new? Tim Peterson on January 6, 2017 The family of Amazon Alexa devices “Alexa, order ketchup.” “Okay. Would you like me to re-order Heinz –“ “Sure.” “– or would you like to try … Continue reading Alexa, can you acquire new customers for marketers?
Jody Glidden — November 9, 2016 — November 9, 2016 “We manage” doesn’t inspire much confidence, does it? Take the following interaction, for instance: Question: How do you attract and engage new clients while making sure your existing clients are happy? Answer: Oh, we manage. Sure, you won’t find many executives who would respond this … Continue reading What Is Relationship Intelligence and How Do Companies Acquire It?
by Andrew ScarbroughSeptember 22, 2016 The famous psychophysicist Dr. Howard Moskowitz once said: “There is no perfect Pepsi; just different kinds of perfect Pepsi for different groups of people.” His point is that every visitor that comes to your website is different –– bringing along with them various life experiences and points of view that … Continue reading 30 Proven Ways To Drive Traffic To Your Ecommerce Store: Acquire, Convert, and Bring People Back
Jeanette RussellNovember 1, 2015 Imagine there is a new, hit show on TV. You’ve vaguely heard about it, but you haven’t seen it yet and you’re not sure if you will. One day, you’re in line at the bank and the person in front of you is raving about how talented the leading actress is. … Continue reading 3 Unique Ways Your Current Donors Can Help You Acquire New Donors With Social Media
Grant ThomasJuly 11, 2015 Online fashion retailers face a ton of competition and new stores are popping up daily. To stay relevant, brands have to find new ways to provide value to their shoppers aside from their products. The top fashion retailers now focus on creating a great shopping experience. This can be done in … Continue reading 6 Ways Online Fashion Retailers Rapidly Acquire New Customers