Today’s media is buzzing with pretty dramatic headlines declaring the end of cookies on the web. But here's the thing: it's not all doom and gloom for marketers. For marketers who have relied heavily on third-party cookies over the past several years, the shift to a cookie-less web can feel daunting. But our ability to personalize messages and offers is not going away. We just need to be more mindful and strategic about the way we collect and use data.
Creating moments of customer serendipity
Where “serendipity” is used to describe the coincidental occurrence of events in a beneficial way, the concept of customer serendipity is not a matter
of chance at all.
With right strategy and technology, you can deliver the right content at exactly the right time that it matters. It seems like surprise to your users and yet it is a trusted and welcomed interaction.
Today’s modern and personalized web architectures allow you to give each user a unique experience tailored to their needs.
Each day it's getting harder to keep up with the latest trends in digital consumer engagement – not to mention the complex privacy risks that come with it. Take for instance the concept of digital twins, which has secured a spot in Gartner's latest hype cycle for emerging technologies. These virtual representations of a customer are intended to simulate, emulate and anticipate consumer behavior to help modify and enhance the customer experience.
While even Gartner predicts true market adoption is still at least 5 years away, it's imperative that companies start setting the right ethical foundation now.
On June 16, 2022, healthcare marketers woke up under a microscope. A small line of code on their website was being called into question for sharing sensitive patient data back to Facebook without patients’ consent. And even those that were not using the pixel in question suddenly found themselves in deep conversations with their IT and compliance teams.
Listen as we discuss the matter with special guest Marc Needham from Combinaut – specializing in website content management tools tailored to the unique needs of hospital websites.
Nothing in this podcast should be taken as a recommendation or formal assessment. Please consult with your organization’s own legal and compliance team.
If you've been reading the news in recent months, there is an increasing cross-industry focus on consumer privacy, security, and trust. And if you're in digital marketing, you're probably scratching your head trying to figure out what it means.
Addictive Marketing Podcast
Choosing the right Content Management System (CMS) can seem like a daunting task, but it doesn't have to be. If you take the right steps, you can implement a CMS that fits your immediate needs, and grows with your organization. Listen in as we talk about how to choose the right CMS.
Revenue generation for Healthcare providers has never been a bigger concern than it is today. In this podcast Dan Greenwald and Dave Hallet discuss the most powerful strategies and tactics you can use to supercharge new patient acquisition.
If you’re looking for some revenue “quick wins”, along with strategies that will continue to help your patient base grow, you’ll find some valuable tips you can start using right away.