Monthly Archives: March 2018

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Personalization and Other Hot Topics at Shoptalk 2018

Personalization and Other Hot Topics at Shoptalk 2018

March 29, 2018 by

Marketers have talked about being more “customer-centric” for years, but what “customer-centricity” actually means has evolved over time. Today, marketers are coming to realize that one-to-one personalization is essential to being a customer-centric business, because each customer is different. What works for one person may not work for another, so you can’t be “customer centric” for […]

3 Data Sources to Use in B2B Segmentation and Personalization

3 Data Sources to Use in B2B Segmentation and Personalization

March 27, 2018 by

Segmentation is a marketing tactic that you’re probably familiar with. It is a way of grouping people and audiences by shared attributes and behaviors. For example, B2B marketers typically see value in segmenting their audiences by industry (such as healthcare, financial services, retail), company size (such as enterprise vs. small business), funnel stage (such as top, middle, bottom), stage of […]

Getting Started with Personalization for Financial Services

Getting Started with Personalization for Financial Services

March 23, 2018 by

Personalization is an imperative for marketers across all industries, including financial services. But the financial services industry has its own unique challenges and opportunities. To start, financial services products are not impulse purchases — they are products with a longer research cycle in which prospects will likely engage with a company across many different touchpoints throughout th […]

A/B Website Testing Is Dead. It’s Been Reborn with Personalization

A/B Website Testing Is Dead. It’s Been Reborn with Personalization

March 20, 2018 by

Optimizely recently announced that it will no longer support its free A/B testing plan starting at the end of last month, leaving around 70,000 websites without a testing tool. A recent guest article from Yvonne Koleczek at Venture Beat suggests that “Optimizely has finally decided to call time of death on oversimplified CRO attempts. After all, bad results reflect badly on the tool itself, and […]

Perspectives from Our New Employees from the MyBuys Acquisition

Perspectives from Our New Employees from the MyBuys Acquisition

March 15, 2018 by

It has now been over a month since we announced that Evergage acquired MyBuys. The Evergage team was very excited to have the MyBuys team come aboard to help advance the personalization cause. For this blog post, I spoke with several new team members that joined the company as part of the acquisition: Pari Patel (Customer Success Manager), Evan Frederick (Senior Support Engineer) and Dustin South […]

For the Customer’s Sake, Financial Services Companies Need to Blow Up Their Data Silos

For the Customer’s Sake, Financial Services Companies Need to Blow Up Their Data Silos

March 13, 2018 by

There are all kinds of reasons companies are changing their approach to data management—and the customer experience is as powerful as any. You may ask, “What does data management have to do with our customer relationships, let alone their perception of our brand?” Quite a bit more than you think, actually. Customer data—or more precisely, what you do with customer data—can help make it o […]

Evergage Ranked #68 on SaaS 1000 List

Evergage Ranked #68 on SaaS 1000 List

March 8, 2018 by

Today we’re pleased to announce that Evergage has been named to the 2018 1st Quarter SaaS 1000 — ranked #68! The rankings take into account each company’s momentum, employee count and growth over the last 6 months. Tom Blue, SaaS 1000 founder, had this to say about this quarter’s list: “The SaaS Sector continues its high growth. In fact, it has increased. This quarter’s Top 1000 compan […]

Stop Thinking About Personalization Tactics and Start Thinking About Your Business Strategy

Stop Thinking About Personalization Tactics and Start Thinking About Your Business Strategy

March 6, 2018 by

Marketers have often used personalization as a tactic to improve certain metrics. They may have included someone’s name in an email subject line as a tactic to improve email open rates. They may have served a pop-up as someone attempting to leave their site as a tactic to lower bounce rates. These tactics have likely proven to be successful in many cases, so marketers keep using them. As consume […]

Planning for Personalization in 2018: Starting With What’s Possible

Planning for Personalization in 2018: Starting With What’s Possible

March 1, 2018 by

As we get further into this year, personalization is probably something you’re thinking about. You might be looking to get started with personalization for the first time, or more likely, you’ve done some personalization in the past but now you’re looking to get serious about implementing a real personalization strategy. With so many different places to start, personalization can seem overwh […]

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