Everything Marketers Need to Know Before Implementing Marketing Analytics

Oct 26, 2019

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Analytics has influenced all possible industries and business functions. Great importance has been placed on marketing analytics in recent times as it allows marketers to optimize all aspects of their marketing strategy. Today, digital marketing generates a lot of data that includes transaction data, online data, social media data, customer feedback, and customer data. The data collected can be used for further analysis to understand the customers and deliver favorable customer experiences. Marketing analytics can help decision-makers, right from the start by assisting in market segmentation, target marketing, and product positioning. But there are a few things that marketers must keep in mind while applying marketing analytics in business operations.

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Tips for Marketers Before Implementing Marketing Analytics

Devise a Smart Marketing Strategy

One of the primary steps for any organization to undertake before delving into marketing analytics tools is to devise an effective marketing strategy. There are many tools available in the digital marketplace that allows companies to construct tailor-made campaigns that revolve around their product and help brands speak highly about themselves. These tools are primarily based on the search engine audience sentiments that revolve around popular keywords, trending hashtags, and market trends among many others. They allow marketers to analyze and evaluate various aspects such as incoming leads, conversions, and website traffic. If marketers incorporate this workflow, key insights can be easily derived at the end of the campaign. These valuable insights can be applied to the next campaign or can be used adaptively if the campaign is long-term or recurring.

Data Collection and Segregation

Today marketers have access to troves of data sets generated by disparate sources. Marketers can convert these data into meaningful insights using marketing analytics. But to do so successfully, they must ensure that they have analyzed and collated data elements generated from all the sources which were involved in a marketing campaign. Data from social media, emails, POS machines, call centers, beacons, and Wi-Fi need to be collated and safeguarded. These data sets are unstructured and in different formats. This data can later be structured to get a clear understanding of how customers are shopping today.

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Choose the Right Data Visualization Tools

The data generated must prove useful for the marketing teams and stakeholders if you are to gain meaningful insights from it. The key to getting this right is to choose the most appropriate data visualizations, which can help identify patterns and interpret the data. Thus, it is important to choose marketing analytics tools that allow you to choose or customize your visualizations instead of using default charts for displaying data.

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