The email marketing community on BrightTALK is made up of thousands of engaged email marketing professionals. Find relevant webinars and videos on email best practices to help you increase email conversions and drive email marketing ROI. Join expert speakers and email marketing peers sharing insights into building email lists, list segmentation, click-through rates and triggered campaigns.
As a marketer, you've probably wished you could respond to prospective buyers anywhere and everywhere, at any moment in time, right? With triggered campaigns, you can! Watch Mike Madden, Director of North America Commercial & Customer Demand Generation, as he broke down the powerful use cases for triggered campaigns, from scoring specific actions to prioritizing leads for sales to creating timely emails from website visits!
The definition of a triggered campaign and how they work
How triggered campaigns can be applied to amplify the marketer's relevance in the moment
Ways triggered campaigns can be leveraged across the entire buyer's journey
Matt Dimond, Consultant at BlueVennRecorded: Jul 11 201931 mins
For marketers to truly understand their customers and become omnichannel they need a continuous flow of customer data, transactions and behaviors flowing through the marketing technology ecosystem.
In this session we will take you through the design for a continuous data flow which is born out of the feedback from over 100 marketing leaders and CMOs across the world. We’ll then look at some of the transformational ROI statements from marketers that have put a continuous data flow into action.
Dr Carmen Simon, Cognitive Neuroscientist and Lauren Adam, Head of Marketing, MarketoRecorded: Jul 11 201961 mins
Did you know that 90% of content that you share are forgotten after 2 days? How do you expect your buyers to act on your message if they only remember a tenth of it? How do you even know which tenth they'll remember?
Join this webinar to hear from Dr Carmen Simon, a Cognitive Neuroscientist, author of Impossible to Ignore: Create Memorable Content to Influence Decisions, and a renowned keynote speaker.
You will learn:
- Strategies for transforming yourself and your marketing message into something worth noticing and remembering
- How people pay attention, remember content, and ultimately act on it
- How you can turn Neuroscience into Neuromarketing by using insights from how the brain process information and tend to remember it - or, more often - forget it
Ty Gavin, VP of Software Development, TealiumRecorded: Jul 10 201957 mins
The GDPR and CCPA have put digital privacy at the forefront of consumers’ concerns. With its Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP), Apple is leveraging consumer concerns to promote the security of their browser, Safari.
The question for marketers and data professionals is whether ITP’s changes to cookies will alter their data and analytics strategies. When Apple first introduced ITP in 2017, it disrupted third-party ad tech companies and their ability to create cross-site tracking. With ITP 2.x this year, Apple has updated how Safari, the most popular mobile browser in the U.S., handles first-party cookies.
The changes to first-party cookies will have a big impact on personalized mobile campaigns for seasonally-driven industries and campaigns in mobile browsers (i.e. Safari). Short-term workarounds are available to digital marketers, but they may be quickly undone as Apple works to clamp down on them in subsequent updates.
Join this webinar and learn how to build a better long-term strategy that balances the customer experience with customer privacy, as well as:
- A deeper understanding of ITP’s limitations
- Gaining clarity on the true impact it has on analytics
- Key strategies to improving implementation of first-and-third-party cookies
now and in the future
- Ideas for Customer Experience and Marketing teams to improve cookies-related experiences like authentication
David Pitta, CMO, BrightTALK and Trent Warrick, Content Marketing Manager, BrightTALKRecorded: Jul 9 201959 mins
Your marketing team is focused on efficiently delivering results, however as the buyer’s journey (if it can still be called that) becomes less linear and more complex, you’re facing ever-increasing stress on resources. To effectively reach and convert targets at scale, new perspectives and methodologies are crucial for balancing these competing needs.
In this live webinar, BrightTALK’s CMO David Pitta and Content Manager Trent Warrick will share how to maximize efficacy with authenticity, while scaling using intent data, and reserving your team’s resources for high-value activities.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
-How to identify authentic intent
-How to build your business by building trust
-How to scale through strategic use of tools and human capital
Gerald Murray & Janet DulskyRecorded: Jul 9 201963 mins
Digital transformation has forever changed the rules of engagement with our audiences. Buyers now expect a seamless and engaging experience throughout their journey, putting the burden on organizations to break down departmental silos and create a seamless, unified customer experience (CX). Whether you end up a winner or not will depend on how you respond to these market shifts and change the way you acquire, use, and steward customer data.
Join us for a live webinar featuring IDC Research Analyst, Gerry Murray, and Marketo Director of Customer Marketing, Janet Dulsky, as they explore the power of customer centric data and the impact it can have on CX.
The definition of CX and big trends
CX leadership, roles, and metrics
The new rules for marketers, including harnessing the power of customer centric data
Val-Pierre Genton, VP Product Marketing, BrightTALKRecorded: Jul 2 201955 mins
When you think of your customers as a jumble of demographics and lead scores, it's easy to miss the critical intent indicators that help you understand their pain points and needs on a deeper, more human level. For those of you who have started using intent signals to prioritize accounts or leads, you're likely challenged by the fact that anonymzed data without any context around where the engagement happened and for how long, makes it hard to turn intent signal into business growth. Discover the behavioral indicators that signal real intent for identifying and converting your ideal accounts and buyers. Learn how to use them to boost content and demand marketing success.
In B2B marketing, acquiring and inspiring prospects and customers can feel like a frustrating guessing game, but that doesn't have to be the case. Join BrightTALK's very own Val-Pierre Genton for a dialogue on one of the most important topics in marketing. You'll walk away from this session with insights on:
Truly defining your audience. We'll look beyond cookie-cutter personas and help you get into the mindset of your buying committee.
Tapping into the intent signals that really matter via proprietary, first-party data and key sources that give you the full picture.
Putting it all together. Turn intent into engagement in a few steps.
Ted Sfikas, Director of Solutions Consultants, North America and LATAM, TealiumRecorded: Jun 27 201947 mins
Machine Learning (ML) is a new field, and there is a competitive advantage to those first adopters. Yet, many companies are buying ML technologies and developing strategies before they have taken the appropriate step back to evaluate whether their data is ready or not.
In this webinar, we’ll explore the evolution of Machine Learning as part of the broader data science discipline, and discuss why the fundamental need for data readiness is so crucial. Learn key steps to evaluate the readiness of your data and review how a governed data supply chain using automated orchestration can deliver a reliable engine for Machine Learning platforms today.
Andrew Campbell, Martech Director at Home Agency & Linus Gregoriadis, Director at London ResearchRecorded: Jun 19 201954 mins
Customer Data Platforms (CDPs) are fast becoming the cornerstone of an effective marketing technology stack, enabling companies to unify multiple sources of data to provide more effective and personalized interactions.
This webinar marks the launch of a new seven-stage Customer Data Maturity Model and we’ll reveal the results from a new customer data excellence survey undertaken by London Research and BlueVenn. We’ll disclose how companies with CDPs are proving to gain tangible competitive advantages.
Report authors Andrew Campbell and Linus Gregoriadis unveil the new Customer Data Maturity Model to help you assess and then evolve your customer data capabilities.
Maltie Maraj, Senior Counsel, Tealium & Ted Sfikas, Director, Solutions Consultants, NA & LATAMRecorded: Jun 11 201961 mins
In just 7 months from now the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will go into effect. This new privacy legislation is slated to be one of the toughest data privacy laws in the US and reflects a global trend of the growing importance for brands to invest in data governance, security, orchestration and automation. Regulatory compliance is now equating to the quality of a company’s brand.
Most brands are quickly trying to ramp up and understand how to comply for CCPA but are left wondering what CCPA means for them, what the differences are between CCPA and GDPR and what key initial steps towards compliance they need to be taking.
The CCPA reinforces the modern theme that operating a real-time, secure, and auditable platform for collecting, enriching and activating customer data has become mandatory - not only for compliance objectives, but also for new revenue and customer loyalty goals. Hear from both a legal and a technological perspective and earn:
- The differences between GDPR and CCPA
- How crucial it is to have your customer data governed in an automated fashion to ensure compliance with both laws
- What specific rights each regulation focuses on
- The legal and technologist approach to ensuring compliance with both
- How ensuring the vendors and martech solutions you’re working with can help ensure compliance and overall data governance
Taylor Wheeler, Director of Digital Sales for V Digital ServicesRecorded: Jun 5 201958 mins
For any industry, navigating the complicated world of digital marketing can be a daunting task. That task becomes twice as hard when we consider the Cannabis Industry.
Due to stringent regulations from Google, Facebook and other leading digital platforms, the marketing options available to the Cannabis industry are extremely limited.
On Wednesday June 5th, join BrightTALK and V Digital Services’ Director of Digital Sales, Taylor Wheeler, to learn more about the unique marketing platforms that ARE available to the Cannabis industry, and how to utilize these platforms to reach your exact target customer. Specifically, Taylor will cover:
- Organic and Local Search (SEO)
- Hyper-targeted Device ID technology
- Website Development in the Cannabis space
You will also be able to review some case studies that showcase each of these platforms.
Speaker: Taylor Wheeler, Director of Digital Sales for V Digital Services
Taylor is an accomplished sales leader, presenter and trainer with over 15 years of success in marketing and advertising. Taylor has been a specialist in the digital marketing realm since 2008, with an emphasis on Organic SEO. Based in Denver, he has worked with Cannabis-related companies there locally, and across North America, since 2009.
Lisa Buffo, Cannabis Marketing Association; Daniel Stein, EVB; Taylor Wheeler, V Digital ServicesRecorded: Jun 5 201959 mins
As cannabis businesses become more established, it will be crucial to differentiate your brand from the competition. With limited advertising options, how can you get ahead and increase brand recognition? Join this panel as successful marketing experts discuss challenges to avoid and strategies to make it in a regulated industry.
Chris Slovak, VP Global Solutions, TealiumRecorded: May 29 201942 mins
It’s crucial that organizations start focusing more on people, and less on campaigns, when it comes to launching successful personalization strategies that exceed customer expectations. Most brands are focusing on leveraging Campaign Orchestration to enable personalization with their data, however, the secret weapon to really connecting data between multiple teams, tools and technologies is Customer Data Orchestration.
Confused as to what each approach is? And why one is more impactful for your business than the other? We don’t blame you as both approaches aim to capture and synchronize customer data across multiple technologies in the hopes of delivering more relevant and personalized experiences for customers.
Join to learn the differences between Customer Data Orchestration and Campaign Orchestration, as well as:
- Why personalized experiences are so important to the customer journey
- How to see data as an asset (and leverage people, technology and processes) to see it as your company’s greatest competitive advantage
- Key benefits and differences between Customer Data Orchestration and Campaign Orchestration (and which strategy your brand should be employing)
- How to put Customer Data Orchestration into play in your organization
- Use case examples of why Customer Data Orchestration is so crucial to a brand’s personalization success
Emma Mears, EMEA Campaign Manager, MarketoRecorded: May 21 201944 mins
Would you like a behind-the-scenes look at how the Marketo team uses Marketo to automate, measure and optimise our marketing programs?
If so, join Marketo Expert, Emma Mears as she shares some of her top secrets to becoming a fearless marketer and a kick-ass revenue generator. You don't want to miss it!
Join this session to learn:
-How Marketo uses content marketing and lead management to drive quality leads to sales, and at pace
-How to use program metrics to understand what's working, or not, and where to spend your money to get revenue-generating results
-How to use Marketo's powerful Engagement Engine and reporting functionality to prove your impact on opportunities, pipeline and revenue
Susan Gilchrist, Red Hat, Principal Program Marketing ManagerRecorded: May 16 20193 mins
Red Hat was searching for a partner to build awareness among their ideal audience of software development professionals. Partnering with the internal team at BrightTALK, they create online live events with their industry peers around topics of interest to their professional audience.
Ted Sfikas, Director of Solutions Consultants, NA & LATAM, TealiumRecorded: Apr 23 201957 mins
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will go into effect January 1, 2020 and is slated to be one of the toughest data privacy laws in the US. The law will expand and enforce the rights of California consumers in several new regulatory areas and businesses will be required to be extremely transparent about how they are collecting, using and disclosing their customers’ personal data.
This new privacy law reflects a global trend of the growing importance for brands to invest in data governance, security, orchestration and automation. Regulatory compliance is now equating to the quality of a company’s brand.
Like the recent GDPR law in the European Union, the CCPA reinforces the modern theme that operating a real-time, secure, and auditable platform for collecting, enriching and activating customer data has become mandatory - not only for compliance objectives, but also for new revenue and customer loyalty goals.
Join this webinar to learn what the CCPA is and how it applies to your organization, as well as:
- Consumer rights under the CCPA
- Key requirements and compliance details
- The impact CCPA has on your company
- A strategic roadmap to CCPA compliance
- The role of a data supply chain in CCPA
- And so much more!
Customers choose to work with you not just based on what you deliver, but how you deliver it. Traditionally the big guys have had the advantage in resources and personnel. But with the digitization of customer communications, sales processes, and customer service, small and medium-size companies can now do more than catch up -- they can compete.
Affordable, accessible business technology is at your fingertips, and it can help you manage prospect and customer relationships in a way that feels personalized, accelerate business workflows and processes, and not just meet but exceed customer expectations while you boost your sales growth.
To learn more about how technology is transforming the way SMBs do business, and how to launch the strategy that ensures your company maintains competitive advantage, don’t miss this VB Live event!
Register here for free.
Webinar attendees will learn:
* How to deliver success across the entire customer lifecycle from lead to retention
* How to configure, price, and quote complex deals, fast and efficiently
* How to accelerate business by closing deals with instant sign-offs on agreements
* How customer-focused organizations win business with personalized experiences
* Katie Foote, Vice President, Demand Generation for Small Business, Salesforce
* Dave Simon, Vice President, Small Business Sales, DocuSign
Liz Miller-CMO Council, Stew Maurer-Convercent, Brandon Ebken-Insight, Alvin Lu-HashiCorp, Jen Mills-MicrosoftRecorded: Mar 28 201964 mins
Digital transformation is, for most executives and organizations, top of mind as we look to shift our people, processes and platforms to a more connected, efficient and effective ecosystem. For many brands, the reality is that transformation has not come at the behest of an internal quest for innovation but rather to keep up with a connected customer making new choices based on experiences and value delivery.
But the quest for transformation has been rife with buzzwords, failed promises and more than a few platform investments that have only partially yielded results. Teams continue to be hampered by fractured operations and limited access to customer intelligence, and there is growing frustration that transformation initiatives may prove to be never-ending with no real payoff in sight.
The call to action for business leaders focused on growth is to shake off the missteps of past transformation programs and embrace new strategies that empower employees to act. This also means entrusting teams with intelligence and insight into the customer, and better connect and align teams and partners across the customer engagement lifecycle, in order to deploy truly relevant and meaningful experiences. These experiences, according to today’s customer, must be personalized, relevant and must not violate the customer’s trust that the data they have provided the brands they love has not been misused or mismanaged.
Katie Jameson - Head of EMEA Marketing at Act-On SoftwareRecorded: Mar 28 201960 mins
CRM systems transform sales through organization; marketing automation completes the picture by generating leads and managing lead engagement.
While marketing automation and CRM have different capabilities, when used together this dynamic duo forms a powerful sales and marketing tool.
In this webinar, led by Katie Jameson, Head of Marketing at Act-On Software, you'll learn:
1. What is a lead to revenue process?
2. How to enable a lead to revenue process with the right technology
3. How marketing automation and CRM systems compliment each other
4. How to get the best out of both platforms.
Katie will also share with you some top tips on how to get the most out of your marketing automation and successfully integrating it within your tech stack.
Katie is the Head of EMEA Marketing at Act-On Software, one of the fastest growing tech companies in North America. A marketing automation native, for the past ten years she has implemented, integrated and executed programmes on a variety of marketing automation platforms at industry leading companies such as Symantec, Paywizard and ResponseTap and now Act-On.
Katie's hands-on experience gives her the ability to cut through the jargon and speak candidly about marketing automation, demonstrating the absolute power it can bring to the sales and marketing organisation.
Andrew Kugler, Manager of Deliverability & Compliance, Act-On SoftwareRecorded: Mar 26 201952 mins
Email Success Starts with Data! Data is not just a buzzword; it’s the secret sauce to a successful email marketing strategy. Join us for the next webinar in our Act-On Deliverability Webinar Series with resident expert, Andrew Kugler. He will discuss the topic of data focusing primarily on emails.
CleverTouch and Integrate present the WOW! Factor: A Data, Attribution & Reporting Masterclass.
Business today is overwhelming. Marketers face a constant avalanche of new products, technology platforms and ever-changing customer demands – all generating more data than can be managed by any one person alone.
Meanwhile, C-Suite demands for ever-smarter business insight is putting pressure on marketers to deliver real sales and marketing intelligence – metrics that go beyond the vanity to deliver true attribution and prove marketing’s value as a profit centre.
Matt Dimond, Consultant at BlueVenn UK & Daniel Williams, President at BlueVenn USJul 17 20193:00 pmUTC30 mins
Our recent research report found that CDP-equipped organizations are 2.5X more likely to overachieve against their marketing goals and more than x3 likely to deliver personalized content based on visitor behavior!
In this webinar we’ll delve into more results from the survey and look at why Customer Data Platforms (CDPs) are fast becoming the cornerstone of an effective marketing technology stack, enabling companies to unify multiple sources of data to drive subscription growth and monetize their customer intelligence. We’ll also take a look at a seven stage Customer Data Maturity Model designed to help give marketers greater clarity and structure around what they are trying to achieve with a CDP.
Jim Kelly, Principal Consultant at BlueVennJul 25 20192:00 pmUTC30 mins
Creating a single view of the customer, by unifying customer touchpoints across offline and online channels, is the first step towards a successful customer experience marketing strategy, and in this joint webinar, consultants from Allant Group and BlueVenn, will explain a formula and 5 crucial elements, for brands to follow when embarking on a transformational customer data project. Registrants will also exclusively receive a copy of a new Customer Data Maturity Model, proof points and statistics for creating a business case, and a Customer Data Transformation Map to help plan the project.
Matt Parisi, Senior Product Marketing ManagerJul 25 20194:00 pmUTC32 mins
In this four-part series, we will help your organization learn how to create a strategic approach to customer data. Top performing companies are using customer data insights from across the organization to power better customer experiences from awareness to renewals. For many companies, however, much of the necessary data remains locked away in departmental and technological silos.
In our first installment, we’ll be taking a deep dive into the Tealium-commissioned Forrester research report, “Customer Data Maturity Powers the Modern Enterprise,” as well as looking at the state of customer data maturity to understand why so many companies struggle to break down the barriers and put data into action. The recent report surveyed the state of customer data and found that even though almost 90% of organizations have some level of customer data strategy in place, many struggle to impact key business outcomes effectively.
By surveying 330 decision makers at companies across the globe – including the US, UK, France, Germany, and Japan – the report gives insight into businesses’ approach to using customer data to drive customer satisfaction, increase revenue, implement better data governance, and improve profitability.
Join us for a deep dive into the state of customer data maturity and uncover the key takeaways to help your organization build a sound customer data strategy that can drive business results.
You’ll also learn :
- The 6 dimensions of customer data maturity in an organization
- How you can put your own organization’s customer data maturity to the test
- Recommendations for beginning to build your customer data strategy and establishing a center of customer data excellence
Jordan Con, Product Marketing Manager, Marketo, an Adobe CompanyAug 6 20199:00 amUTC41 mins
Marketing analytics is at the top of every marketing team’s priority list. But for many, it can feel overwhelming. Watch Jordan Con, Product Marketing Manager at Marketo, for our webinar, Marketing Analytics 101: How to Prove and Improve Marketing Impact with Data, where he sets the foundation for a solid marketing data and analytics strategy, no matter where you are in your journey.
How, when, and why to use journey and impact analytics
How to prove and improve impact with attribution data
What goes into good dashboards and reports
Paulo Martins, Head of Digital Marketing, Demand Generation & Scott Minor, Digital Marketing Program Manager, MarketoAug 8 20199:00 amUTC60 mins
Digital ads are an essential component to any good marketing campaign. Watch Paulo Martins, Head of Digital Marketing at Marketo, and Scott Minor, Marketing Program Manager at Marketo, for their webinar, A Winning Digital Ad Strategy: How to Optimize at Every Stage of the Funnel. They dive into the digital campaigns they run at each stage of the funnel, as well as the KPIs they look at to ensure their focus is in the right place.
Mike Madden, Head of Commercial, Tim Ozmina, Sr. Marketing Specialist, Hayley Ferrante, Sr. Marketing Specialist, MarketoAug 13 20199:00 amUTC49 mins
- How to select lead generation programs and evaluate successes
- How to plan email and nurture programs to move prospects through each stage of the marketing funnel
- Strategic tactics to create sales-ready leads
Sales leaders are continually on the hook to make the current quarter outperform the last, and now AI and machine learning offers brand new ways to improve workflows and conversion rates. Artificial intelligence can increase your lead and appointments by fifty percent, reduce new rep ramp time by 30 to 60 percent, and increase win rates by 10 percentage points. It can ensure a rep’s time is all impact, all the time, by automating tasks, highlighting conversation best practices, and slashing whats essentially downtime by 40 percent — and even initiate contact with leads, qualify them, follow up, and sustain them. Leaving sales reps the time and the primed field to close the deal.
AI and machine learning technologies just keep maturing, making it easier — and smarter than ever — to plug in to a new way of doing business. To learn more about how early adopters have transformed their sales processes and enjoyed enormous gains in return, don’t miss this VB Live event!
Register for free now!
Attend this webinar and learn:
How to simplify tasks that take up too much of sales' time
*How AI will improve forecasting accuracy
*How AI can identify coaching themes from meetings based on what top reps do better than others
*How AI can identify which clients will be easiest to both up-sell and cross-sell
*How AI can identify best pricing and discounts for individual clients to avoid leaving money on the table
*The leading technologies to implement AI for sales acceleration
*Stewart Rogers, Analyst At Large, VentureBeat
*Jake Reni, Head of Adobe Sales Academy, Adobe
The gaming industry has gone through dramatic changes in the last 10 years, but there are four trends that are likely to change things even further: the increased power of mobile gaming, the integration of AR in real-world environments, the growth of streaming audiences eclipsing player growth and 5G networks.
In this session, we’ll take a look at the history of gaming and the trends, products and moments that have driven the industry forward to this point. We’ll then look at how these four trends, supported by AI and data, are likely to impact the future of gaming.
Registration is free.
What this webinar will cover:
*A historical look at gaming revenue and the impact of mobile networks
*Analysis of gaming demographic shifts, and what could happen when “peak millennial hits peak gamer”
*Inside data on esports, streaming audience growth, and what we can learn from “stick and ball” revenue models
*Predictions on the next generation of gaming experiences, and when these trends will converge and disrupt the industry
Erik Archer Smith, Marketing Director, Data at Treasure Data
Dean Takahashi, Lead Writer, GamesBeat
It’s do or die time: According to Gartner, the global business value from AI leapt by 70 percent last year, to $1.2 trillion, and it will triple to $3.9 trillion in 2022. So enterprises interested in getting on the AI train should jump now -- before you lose some major competitive advantages.
Of course, the biggest challenge for enterprise companies is figuring out the build versus buy question. There’s the build-in-house model of AI implementation, with open-source toolkits and expensive, but essential new hires. The number of startups offering full-service consultation, with set-up and service is proliferating, but who do you choose, and what do you pay for? And somewhere in between those options there’s the artificial intelligence as a service (AIaaS) approach — and again, the field of vendors is crowded with options.
There’s no easy, one-size-fits-all answer — but there are experts with real insight into how to identify your business needs, and where to get started implementing AI in the most cost-effective, profitable way possible for your enterprise. To get up front and personal with pros in the trenches now, register now for this VB Live event!
*How to identify your AI needs
*How to identify your decision criteria
*The pros and cons of build and buy, and the best situations for each
*How to get a handle on the true costs of both build and buy