Monthly Archives: September 2018

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How We Significantly Improved the Conversion Rate of Our Demo Request Lead Form

How We Significantly Improved the Conversion Rate of Our Demo Request Lead Form

September 28, 2018 by

The argument over whether or not to gate content is a hotly debated issue in the world of demand generation. Gating your content refers to the practice of requiring visitors to provide you with personal information before they can access your content. While gated content can help generate leads for your sales team, there are also plenty of drawbacks. We recently decided to ungate the majority of o […]

3 Types of Personalization You Should Be Using to Make Your Emails More Relevant

3 Types of Personalization You Should Be Using to Make Your Emails More Relevant

September 25, 2018 by

A few years ago, I implemented an email unsubscribe massacre in my inbox. I realized I was tired of deleting multiple emails from the same brands every single day — emails that I never even considered opening. I decided that instead of simply deleting these emails as they came in, I would unsubscribe every time I received an email that didn’t provide value. I was ruthless about it. After a few […]

Improve Oversight of Machine Learning Recommendations with Enhanced “Recipe” QA Feature

Improve Oversight of Machine Learning Recommendations with Enhanced “Recipe” QA Feature

September 21, 2018 by

For many marketers and business users, machine learning is still somewhat foreign. Can you trust an algorithm to make business decisions or control the customer experience? Conventional digital marketing practices tell you that you should incrementally test campaigns before launching them to the masses, which seems to contradict the approach with AI or machine learning. But it doesn’t have to. V […]

Moving Beyond the What to the How: The Importance of Operationalizing Personalization

Moving Beyond the What to the How: The Importance of Operationalizing Personalization

September 19, 2018 by

Most of the time, the question that comes naturally after “what should I do?” is “how should I do it?” It applies to many areas of life. If the question you’re facing is “what should I do this weekend?” you may answer “visit my parents.” After you’ve answered that question, you have to answer the next one: “how will I accomplish this plan?” Will you drive or take a train? C […]

3 Important Ways to Optimize Online and Mobile Checkout

3 Important Ways to Optimize Online and Mobile Checkout

September 14, 2018 by

In e-commerce, checkout is the point where a sale could either be closed or lost depending on whether the experience has been designed to meet your shoppers’ needs. So when it comes to online and mobile checkout, e-commerce businesses would do well to develop an optimization and personalization strategy that increases customer satisfaction and encourages return visits. But what should that strat […]

What Actions Can Be Used to Trigger an Email?

What Actions Can Be Used to Trigger an Email?

September 11, 2018 by

The more relevant your email is to a recipient, the more likely the person is to open it. This may seem pretty obvious. With so many emails cluttering our inboxes, why would we waste our time on anything we don’t care about? Sending triggered emails is one great way to ensure your emails are relevant. If you take a quick look through your inbox, you’ll likely find at least one example of the m […]

An Introduction to Customer Data Platforms

An Introduction to Customer Data Platforms

September 6, 2018 by

Whenever a new classification of marketing technology emerges, there’s alway a period of confusion. Each marketer has a lot of questions to answer. What exactly is this new solution? Do I need it, or is it really just a fancy new term for a tool I already have? How does it fit with my current tech stack? Is everything I’m hearing just hype, or is this an investment I need to make? Needless to […]

Why We Ungated Our Content & Results We’ve Seen So Far

Why We Ungated Our Content & Results We’ve Seen So Far

September 4, 2018 by

A B2B marketing trend I’ve observed over the past couple years is the “ungating” of premium website content like eBooks, white papers and other high-value resources. Gating refers to the practice of placing a form in front of a piece of content on your site in order to capture the contact information of the person looking to consume it. Typically, these forms reside on a landing page that in […]

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