marketing attributes

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Published By: Persicope Data     Published Date: Mar 07, 2018
SQL is a critical skill for business intelligence. From accessing to transforming to reporting on data, SQL gives you the power to get the job done. It can help you discover exactly how your company is performing, what your customers are doing, or how people have reacted to your marketing campaigns. Unfortunately, while SQL can tell you what has happened, it can’t tell you what will happen. What if you have questions like: • How valuable is a lead based on company attributes and their behavior on our website? • How much MRR will we generate in the next 30 days? • Which customers are likely to churn next month?
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Published By: Adobe     Published Date: Sep 23, 2019
Learn best practices for taking inventory of first-party data, and using second- and third-party data to fulfill programmatic campaigns and achieve digital marketing goals. • Define your team’s goals for customer data. • Take inventory of your first-party data. • Explore use cases for second- and third-party data. • Finding the best data providers. • Combine your first, second, and third-party data. • Case Study: MGM drives programmatic campaign results with third-party data. Business struggle to gain a holistic customer view — the skills to identify actionable insights from multichannel data are in short supply. If they could gain a holistic view of customer attributes and behaviors, they could make sure they get the right content at the right time.
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Feb 04, 2015
Driving the right interaction at the right time. This paper examines the need to uncover and understand the dynamic roles and changing needs of individuals, the importance of synchronizing interactions with these changing needs, and how predictive analytics can drive customer intimacy by facilitating 1:1 interactions.
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predictive analytics, customer interaction, crm, business analytics, marketing attributes
    
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Published By: Act-On     Published Date: Aug 18, 2014
Today’s marketing departments can ill afford to waste time chasing after the wrong prospects. Budgets are tight, marketing staffers are overworked, and marketing managers have their hands full running the show. But, by taking the time to set up a lead scoring system, you can assign points to potential prospects, target the attributes most often associated with serious customers, and more easily separate the wheat from the chaff.
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act-on, marketing, lead scoring, prospects, automation
    
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