Why Email Marketers Will Inherit the Marketing Landscape
There's no disputing that email marketing is an integral part of successful marketing organizations, but as with all marketing channels, it's no longer enough to be the master of one siloed discipline. Sitting squarely at the intersection of technology, data, and creativity, email marketers are primed to lead the new era of customer engagement and drive true cross-channel marketing.
We'll start this interactive discussion by exploring the three core strengths of email marketers that are critical to pioneering this new era, including:
- strong experience with handling personally identifiable information
- a keen eye for detail and expectation of operational excellence
- ability to see the whole conversion path
Then, we'll dive into how these characteristics are essential in overcoming the three key challenges email marketers now face, including:
- the increasing difficulty to identify, reach, and engage new visitors
- the inevitable issue of email fatigue
- the new normal of a non-linear customer journey, due in large part to anonymous research
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Clint Eagar, VP of Data Governance at ObservePoint and Chris Slovak, VP Global Solutions Consulting at Tealium
GDPR compliance regulations will be in effect before we know it, and though most marketers are aware of the law and what it requires they do, only 1% of people polled say they have a GDPR plan in place to ensure compliance.*
Join Clint Eagar, VP of Data Governance at ObservePoint and Chris Slovak, VP Global Solutions Consulting at Tealium, for 60-minutes and learn how to:
- Audit and document all of your digital properties to ensure compliance
- Establish solid security and privacy measures within your organization
- Effectively communicate your data governance plan to key stakeholders
- Employ the customer at the center mandate with everything you do
*Source: Forrester & Tealium Not-So-Normal Webinar: Creating Your Organization's Plan.
David Raab, Founder of the Customer Data Platform Institute, & Adam Corey, VP of Marketing at Tealium
Today’s customers expect personalized experiences and there are a plethora of available martech solutions that claim to have the tools to help. And while marketers are able to collect a mass amount of data, it’s becoming increasingly challenging to be able to act on that data, and have one, central repository to be able to make informed decisions and drive more meaningful customer experiences.
A new martech solution has recently appeared into the space that does just that - the Customer Data Platform (CDP). In this webcast, you can expect to learn:
- How these purpose-built products assemble and distribute customer data
- Why CDPs are faster, easier to use, cheaper and more flexible than other solutions
- What problems a CDP can help the marketer solve
- The key ways to using a CDP in driving a business’s digital transformation
David Raab, Founder of the Customer Data Platform Institute
Adam Corey, VP of Marketing at Tealium
Chris Slovak, VP Global Solutions Consulting, Tealium
Digital Transformation is the key in creating a true ‘customer-at-the-center’ approach that delivers relevant, personalized experiences across online and offline channels. And having an agile identity resolution strategy in place is critical to achieving this type of experience, yet many are unsure on how to drive such a powerful and personalized customer journey.
Join Chris Slovak, VP Global Solutions Consulting at Tealium, for a webcast on “Identity Resolution: The Key To Digital Transformation” and learn how to:
- Manage your entire data supply chain
- Leverage data to fuel more meaningful customer experiences
- Drive customer centricity with digital transformation
- Implement the 4 key strategies for strategic identity resolution
Special Guest and Forrester Principal Analyst, Fatemeh Khatibloo, & Adam Corey, VP of Marketing at Tealium
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is less than a year away from taking effect with all businesses having to be compliant by May 25, 2018. It will be one of the biggest changes to data privacy law that organizations have seen in decades as it consolidates data privacy regulations across Europe, gives business guidelines on the collection of customer data and gives consumers control over their data.
It’s becoming increasingly important to understand how your data is being collected, where your data is going and who is using that data - but the overwhelming sense of having so much to do and prepare for has a lot of organizations wondering how to do it and when to start.
Join Special Guest and Forrester Principal Analyst, Fatemeh Khatibloo & Adam Corey, VP of Marketing at Tealium, for a Not-So Normal Webinar on GDPR: Creating your Organization’s Plan. We’ll have a lively and interactive discussion on creating and executing a comprehensive and strategic plan your business can put into practice before the impending GDPR deadline.
Hear personal examples from Fatemeh & Adam on the strategic plans they have each implemented inside each of their organizations and in conversations with their customers. They’ll discuss strategies they initiated one year out from GDPR, the successes they have had and the learnings they’ve gained from failures so you can ensure your organization is prepared, planning and proactive in complete compliance.
David Mickelson, Insights and Analytics Manager, 3M and Kevin Capeder, Analytics Specialist, 3M
As businesses work with an ever-increasing stack of marketing technologies, the need to work cross-functionally across the organization is greater than ever before. Teams must learn how to bridge cultural and organizational divides, share data between teams and tools, and work together to build cohesive customer experiences that go beyond just the marketing team.
In this session at Digital Velocity New York 2017, hear from global innovation company 3M about their brand’s journey and the methods they used to break down organizational disconnects, balance innovation and governance, and share data across a multitude of brands and countries.
‘Why should my business pay for a tag management system (TMS) when there are free services available?’ That certainly is a valid question.
There are various free tag management options available in the market today. While a free TMS can be a viable option, it is important to understand that “free” does not always mean “without cost.” While tag management systems are sometimes viewed just as a tool used to fix technical issues, enterprise solutions have proven to be critical in driving data strategies forward, leading to incremental revenue lifts, risk mitigation and tremendous cost savings.
Join Adam Corey, VP Marketing at Tealium, for an informative discussion on the eight important ROI factors you should consider when choosing between a free tag management platform or an enterprise solution.
Marketers are driven by data. That’s no secret, but as consumer attitudes shift about how data is collected, managed, and distributed, marketers need to be at the forefront of the data revolution. A recent study found that more Americans are more concerned about their online data privacy than they are about losing their primary source of income.
In this webinar, analytics industry veteran Adam Corey will walk through the changes in consumer sentiment, recent legislation, and technology shifts that affect how marketers work with data, as well as the six things every marketer should know as they build their marketing roadmaps.
Call it what you want-- the customer 360, a single view of the customer, a unified customer profile -- it’s clear that, as businesses, we need it. What’s not as clear is how to pick a technology to pull it off.
With the number of technologies vying for this central component of the tech stack (not to mention the number complicating things by providing another stream of data), it’s bewildering to even consider where to begin. And looking at promises on the market…vendors aren’t making it easy.
EDWs (enterprise data warehouses), DMPs (data management platforms), CDPs (customer data platforms), the UDH (Universal Data Hub), Personalization vendors, even legacy CRM and Web Analytics systems are competing to be this unified source of data that feeds all other enterprise systems. But, it’s not an even playing field and it's essential to know the strengths and weaknesses of each solution prior to committing to such a critical piece of technology infrastructure.
Join this interactive webinar to determine which technology is best suited to create and act on a single view of the customer.
Ted Sfikas, Director of Solution Consultants at Tealium
The number of marketing technologies available to businesses has soared in the last five years – from about 150 in 2011 to over 3,800 in 2016, according to ChiefMarTech.com. This rapid expansion of the MarTech space has created significant challenges for marketing, technology, and management teams alike ─ making it difficult to build cohesive, end-to-end customer experiences because of gaps between marketing technologies, the data they leverage, and how they are implemented.
Left unaddressed, these gaps spread across an organization, resulting in four key problems:
- An increase in operational lag from vendor implementations taking too long and requiring more resources to maintain, update, and optimize
- Inefficient teams caused by a lack of data continuity and centralization
- Poor customer experiences from underlying data fragmentation
- Customer trust and data-privacy risks
Join Ted Sfikas, Director of Solution Consultants at Tealium, for this free webinar to discuss ways your business can address the cost, time, and risk associated with the four key problems, as well as how to enable cross-organizational access and activation for your most powerful data with a Universal Data Hub.
It's no secret that brands today are investing more money than ever in marketing technologies to gain better insight into customer preferences and behavior. We rely heavily on these systems to collect data and deliver the best experience for engaging and converting visitors. However, when this data isn’t shared between your vendors, you may be overlooking a big opportunity to maximize return on your investments.
This webinar will explore 3 ways to power intelligent marketing campaigns by leveraging real-time data you already have, as well as examine a more practical take on how to extract value from connecting data across your entire technology stack, allowing more timely, relevant, and meaningful interactions with the customer.
Forrester Vice President and Principal Analyst, Shar VanBoskirk, and Adam Corey, VP of Marketing at Tealium
Emotional connections to brands play a bigger role in decision-making than ever before. Marketers must deliver agile, customer-obsessed strategies that go beyond traditional marketing. To succeed in this changing market, brands must satisfy cross-functional needs that result in new relationships, processes and skill sets.
Join special guest Forrester Vice President and Principal Analyst, Shar VanBoskirk, and Adam Corey, VP of Marketing at Tealium, for this free webinar to discuss ways your business can:
• Satisfy the emotional needs of today’s customer
• Engage and sustain customer relationships with compelling, data-fueled experiences
David Raab, Principal at Raab Associates and Tealium
It's a simple truth: no one can reliably predict the future of marketing technology. The onslaught of new vendors and capabilities is only getting more overwhelming, and in many cases, the purchase and deployment of a new solution is only a few clicks away. But without a crystal ball, how can today's marketers successfully plan for tomorrow?
Raab Associates believes the key to planning for an uncertain future is flexibility. In this interactive discussion, industry analyst David Raab - in partnership with Tealium - will make the case for 'future-proofing' your marketing technology stack leveraging a modular, extensible, and flexible technology framework. More specifically, this webinar will explore:
- the key components of a flexible marketing approach
- the core functions a flexible marketing architecture must support
- the key attributes of a flexible organization
In her New York Times Best Seller, 'The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up,' Japanese cleaning consultant Marie Kondo takes tidying to a whole new level - promising that if you properly simplify and organize your home once, you’ll never have to do it again.
We think it's a concept worth exploring, and not just in our home life. Recent survey data from the Association of National Advertisers notes that 78% of marketers identify the ability to understand customer behavior, and develop content and experiences across the entire customer journey, as critical priorities in this age of constant disruption and change. But it's not just about capturing - or hoarding - data... it's about putting it into practice across teams, disciplines, and initiatives.
What if you could properly simplify and organize your marketing data once, and use it to continuously spark customer engagement? What if you could de-clutter your marketing data strategy, to finally unify your customer data and deliver better customer experiences in real time?
Join Adam Corey, Vice President of Marketing at Tealium, for an interactive discussion focused on tidying up your marketing stack and unearthing the life-changing benefits of a unified customer view.
Three-quarters of Americans believe that control over their personal data is very important, but only 9% believe they have this control. Up until now, data governance and protection have been a low priority for brands, but the long-term impact of a data breach can lead to a loss of consumer confidence – not to mention massive financial implications. How do you balance the opportunity to provide the best customer experience with the increasing responsibilities in data privacy and security?
In this webinar, we’ll discuss five industry best practices for building an effective data governance plan. From the vendors you choose to work with, to the policies and practices in place today, learn how to make sense of the current legal landscape and how Tealium’s solutions allow you to provide these safeguards to your customers.
With the continued explosion of digital and data-centric technologies, a rich stream of customer data is increasingly available to today’s marketers – and a company’s first-party data is undoubtedly a growing source of competitive advantage. But the opportunity to generate deeper customer insights and understanding with that data comes with the expectation of a connection or interaction that goes beyond the transactional.
During this interactive discussion, Adam Corey - VP of Marketing at Tealium - will explore how data has become the new 'value exchange' between brands and consumers, and how to leverage that data to generate business value while maintaining consumer trust and loyalty. He'll share:
- the pivotal moments of data capture that brands should focus on (or steer away from)
- the key differences between a transactional vs. emotional data exchange
- the core principles of a successful data-driven approach
- the critical elements of a comprehensive data security/ privacy practice
Steve Donatelli/ Matt Beck/ Noah Brooks, SolarCity
A core element of successful customer engagement is not just a comprehensive understanding of an individual’s preferences and interests, but also any and all interactions with your brand. That sounds basic enough when dealing with known customers, but the critical piece is the ability to associate previously anonymous behavior with those known customers. In this session, Steve Donatelli and team of SolarCity detail the arduous process of stitching together data across systems – including web analytics, customer relationship management (CRM), and digital marketing applications – to finally build a comprehensive view of the customer journey for the first time. They also explore the profound impact of this unified customer view on their business, from better understanding hits and misses to lower acquisition costs.
In this keynote session at Digital Velocity 2016, Daryl Acumen, Senior Manager of Digital Analytics at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, explores how HPE went from mounds of dirty data to a stream of crystal clear insights, and how they're addressing data quality across their spectrum of digital channels.
Darin Archer, IoT Industry Solutions Retail/CPG at Intel Corporation
As marketers, the pressure in recent years has centered on shifting to an all-digital approach and delivering a compelling customer experience across the vast number of digital touchpoints. Just as we're leaving more traditional marketing channels behind, the advent of the Internet of Things (IoT), connected/ smart devices, and mobile technologies is blurring the lines between the digital, traditional and physical at a rapid rate. And with the excitement of nearly anything - in either the digital or physical realm - becoming a potential marketing vehicle, there also comes the possibility of a resurgence in data silos and fragmented customer experiences. Join Darin Archer, head of IoT Industry Solutions Retail/CPG at Intel Corporation, as he explores the possibility of breaking down the barriers between disparate channels, data sets and back-office systems - and the transformational, connected marketing experiences made possible as a result.
You may be using a tag management solution to manage the implementation of your digital marketing technologies. But could you be missing out on powerful capabilities not offered by your current free or paid solution?
Join us for an engaging, 30-minute discussion to uncover what else your tag manager could be doing for you.
Tealium powers the new era of real-time customer engagement and marketing, enabling global businesses to unlock their customer data and create more meaningful, relevant customer experiences. The company’s industry-leading customer data platform, comprised of an enterprise tag management solution, omnichannel customer segmentation and action engine, and suite of rich data services, creates a vendor-neutral data foundation that spans web, mobile, offline and IoT.