With the economy finally on the upturn, businesses are getting busier and confidence is increasing. For many that means the ‘to-do’ list is getting longer and, despite the extra daylight around, there still aren’t enough hours in the day.
Recently we have been helping a number of clients automate some of their marketing processes. Our work here focuses on using marketing technology to tackle a number of marketing administration-type functions. At the same time, we ensure the organisation’s communications remain ‘on brand’, friendly and personable. This creates the benefit of freeing up the marketing team or business owner to focus on the more strategic and revenue generating aspects.
So if you are currently struggling with the sheer volume of your marketing tasks, here are some examples of how technology is helping marketing automation:
Linking your customer data to printed materials for eye-catching and personalised reminders, communications, event invites and promotions.
Personalised URLs take a customer through to a page with a unique web address for them. It can contain offers, current orders, event booking buttons, reminders, data cleansing options and is all customised to specific customer data. These tend to achieve higher engagement levels than standard generic web pages.
Whether it is for event bookings, order acknowledgements, customer service enquiries etc, today’s marketing technology can create a personalised feel even though the response is automated.
So that resellers and sales teams in other territories can access the company’s branded communications in a secure online area – ordering supplies directly (web to print) but within carefully controlled parameters.
For more information on how marketing automation could improve your organisation’s effectiveness, please contact Clever Marketing.