CMO’s have added pressure to gather data and offer insights about the success of various marketing strategies, so it’s become critical for them to know how to use marketing analytics to their advantage. CMG can help marketing leaders navigate the complex sea of customer and performance data to measure their marketing performance and improve decision-making in the near-term.
Understanding the power of marketing analytics is paramount to the success of any business. CMOs have to be able to measure success rates, and analytics makes it possible to discover and implement the best strategies. CMG is here to help you move up and to the right.
How do you use marketing analytics to your advantage as a CMO? At CMG, we know you have to demonstrate ROI and overall marketing effectiveness. Learn why analytics are invaluable to your team and how to tackle the tough questions around the performance drivers of your marketing initiatives.
You don’t need to be an engineer to use marketing analytics to your advantage. By definition, marketing analytics comprises the processes of using important business metrics, such as ROI, marketing attribution and overall marketing effectiveness. The end state is activating the capability to establish the relative health of your marketing strategies with the added ability to quantify performance and alter course where necessary to obtain the best results possible.
With marketing analytics, you can answer the following questions:
Now, more than ever, CMOs are required to be more adaptive to adjust to rapid changes in the marketplace. The agile CMO easily adjusts course based on current results. The objectives have never been more challenging, as quantifying the impact of marketing efforts on core revenue growth continues to be an elusive goal.
As marketing increases brand awareness, improves the public’s perception, informs your prospects, and ultimately succeeds in securing new customers, the questions remain: “how many?” or “by how much?” or “how much more do we need?”
The answers to these questions aren’t straightforward but analytical discipline will isolate key drivers and inform decision-making to keep your team ahead of the curve.
In 2014 six in 10 professionals reported rising pressure from upper management to be more data-driven, with marketers feeling a majority of the pressure.
As a result of rising demand, there are now more tools, technologies and “scores” to help marketers measure their impact.
5 Reasons You Need Marketing Analytics
At CMG, we’ve developed an approach that has helped clients get more done with the same resources. Our process revolves around the evaluation, assessment, and measurement of marketing initiatives, structures, channels, segmentation, and allocation of resources. The result is an increase in productivity that improves your bottom line in a more effective way.
Contact CMG today. We can help you not only embrace change, but create it. Learn more about our dynamic team of marketing practitioners and explore our impressive client history.