Tag Archives: Journeys

6 Steps To Planning Meaningful Consumer Journeys

by April Mullen, December 15, 2016 Building long-term customer relationships is a key path to profitability and return on marketing investment.   Brands struggle, however, to create meaningful journeys that are helpful to customers. There’s a compelling reason for you to prioritize this effort now, though. Forrester Research states that customer-experience leaders grow compound average … Continue reading 6 Steps To Planning Meaningful Consumer Journeys

Customer journeys, blind spots & burgers: Lessons from fast-food marketing

Believe it or not, you can learn a thing or two from the world of burgers and fries, says columnist Joshua Reynolds. Here’s why your marketing analytics should take a page from the fast food industry. Joshua Reynolds on July 26, 2016   For marketers, customer journey analysis often results in accidental narcissism. Analytics are … Continue reading Customer journeys, blind spots & burgers: Lessons from fast-food marketing

Marketing Funnels And Buyer Journeys: What Are We Arguing About?

Think the marketing and sales funnel is obsolete? Think again. Columnist Scott Vaughan explains why the funnel as a measuring tool will help ensure your marketing efforts stay on track. Scott Vaughan on February 5, 2016 All marketers by now understand that customer experience should be a business’s main priority. This isn’t anything new. And … Continue reading Marketing Funnels And Buyer Journeys: What Are We Arguing About?