Marketing analytics isn’t about channels. It’s about journeys.
Channel and marketing analytics is all about your customer. Where are they interacting with your brand? Which channels do they prefer? Which experiences work best where? In other words, it’s what helps you to make digital experiences great.
The data that plays together stays together.
Let’s start with the obvious. Digital marketing has changed a lot in the last ten years. And the poster child for all that change is the ever-expanding list of channels that customers use to interact with your brand. What used to be just web, CRM and maybe a call centre or brick and mortar now includes everything from mobile phones and the Internet of Things to TV, voice assistants and connected cars. And the list grows every day.
While you can cobble together disparate solutions to measure these channels individually, this siloed approach isn’t that helpful when you're trying to understand the customer journey holistically. The goal of channel and marketing analytics is to take the data from all those channels, to bring it together to deliver meaningful, real-time customer insights.
But just capturing data from a bunch of different channels isn’t enough, even if you can integrate that data effectively. You need to be able to access and analyse that ever growing torrent of data quickly and efficiently. And you need to make sure the people throughout your company who need it can do the same.
In other words, it’s not about the channels you can measure. It’s about the journeys you can create.
Adobe can help.
With Adobe Analytics, your insights aren’t limited to specific channels. You collect and process data from nearly any source — online and off-line — so you can have a complete picture of your customers and analyse their behaviours across the entire journey. You can prove ROI through customer attribution, anomaly detection and cohort analysis to better direct your marketing spend. And with machine learning and automated tools, you’ll have insights that are easy to visualise, analyse, share and act on in a moment’s notice.
“Adobe Analytics is the foundation of our digital marketing strategy. It helps us learn more about our customers so that we can build more personalization to encourage greater community interaction. In the past two years, we’ve seen a 500% increase in engagement across our digital channels, including social media.”
Otto Rosenberger, CMO, Hostelworld Group
By adding insight into customer behavior and the tools to act on that insight, Hostelworld transformed their hostel experience. Now, their customers get exactly what they expect — a personal, real-time booking experience.
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