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The good marketers start with research and gather data that supports their message. The best know it’s what they do with it from there that matters the most.
When you have the right marketing analytics tool that visualizes data you can give data meaning, make data flexible and integrate it with other data systems. That data could be from social, digital or offline channels and sources could include customer satisfaction surveys, TV ratings, Facebook Insights, product reviews, Google Analytics and much much more.
Data can easily be gathered, put it one place, and made comparable and understandable through visualization. Continue reading “Why Data Visualization Matters To Marketers”
The words data and marketing practically go together like peanut butter and jelly. Data is central to the marketing world and in many ways, has altered it. From how brands choose leadership, marketing channels, campaigns, technology and close sales-data influences just about everything.
However, data is still a challenge for marketers. Now with so much information available it can almost be paralyzing, making you feel like you don’t know where to start, let alone what to do with it. According to published research from the DMA, only one-third of marketers felt they had a good grasp of dealing with data.
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What is a dashboard? According to this CMO. article a dashboard is a graphical summary of various pieces of valuable information, typically used to give an overview of a business. So why do CMOs need one? Because CMOs are concerned with tight budgets and the lack of a clear marketing strategy that could affect their company’s ability to compete in ever-changing markets. Because CMOs have to answer to many stakeholders about the status of all their projects. Because CMOs needs to have the latest information readily available to make informed decisions quickly. Continue reading “Why CMOs Love Marketing Dashboards”