Digital Marketing Analytics

Making Sense of Consumer Data in a Digital World

Author: Chuck Hemann

Publisher: Que Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 384

View: 904

Distill 100%–Usable Max-Profit Knowledge from Your Digital Data. Do It Now! Why hasn’t all that data delivered a whopping competitive advantage? Because you’ve barely begun to use it, that’s why! Good news: neither have your competitors. It’s hard! But digital marketing analytics is 100% doable, it offers colossal opportunities, and all of the data is accessible to you. Chuck Hemann and Ken Burbary will help you chop the problem down to size, solve every piece of the puzzle, and integrate a virtually frictionless system for moving from data to decision, action to results! Scope it out, pick your tools, learn to listen, get the metrics right, and then distill your digital data for maximum value for everything from R&D to CRM to social media marketing! • Prioritize—because you can’t measure, listen to, and analyze everything • Use analysis to craft experiences that profoundly reflect each customer’s needs, expectations, and behaviors • Measure real social media ROI: sales, leads, and customer satisfaction • Track the performance of all paid, earned, and owned social media channels • Leverage “listening data” way beyond PR and marketing: for strategic planning, product development, and HR • Start optimizing web and social content in real time • Implement advanced tools, processes, and algorithms for accurately measuring influence • Integrate paid and social data to drive more value from both • Make the most of surveys, focus groups, and offline research synergies • Focus new marketing and social media investments where they’ll deliver the most value Foreword by Scott Monty Global Head of Social Media, Ford Motor Company

Digital Marketing Analytics

In Theory And In Practice

Author: Kevin Hartman

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 264

View: 412

From Kevin Hartman, Director of Analytics at Google, comes an essential guide for anyone seeking to collect, analyze, and visualize data in today's digital world (printed in brilliant full color). Even if you know nothing about digital marketing analytics, digital marketing analytics knows plenty about you. It's a fundamental, inescapable, and permanent cornerstone of modern business that affects the lives of analytics professionals and consumers in equal measure. This five-part book is an attempt to provide the context, perspective, and information needed to make analytics accessible to people who understand its reach and relevance and want to learn more. PART 1: The Day the Geeks Took Over The ubiquity of data analytics today isn't just a product of the past half-century's transformative and revolutionary changes in commerce and technology. Humanity has been developing, analyzing, and using data for millennia. Understanding where digital marketing analytics is now and where it will be in five, 10, or 50 years requires a holistic and historical view of our relationship and interaction with data. Part 1 looks at modern analysts and analytics in the context of its distinct historical epochs, each one containing major inflection points and laying a foundation for future advancements in the ART + SCIENCE that is modern data analytics. PART 2: Consumer/Brand Relationships The methods that brands use to build relationships with consumers - online video, search, display ads, and social media - give analysts a wealth of data about behaviors on these platforms. Knowing how to assess successful consumer/brand relationships and understanding a consumer's purchase journey requires a useable framework for parsing this data. In Part 2, we explore each digital channel in-depth, including a discussion of key metrics and measurements, how consumers interact with brands on each platform, and ways of organizing consumer data that enable actionable insights. PART 3: The Science of Analytics Part 3 focuses on understanding digital data creation, how brands use that data to measure digital marketing effectiveness, and the tools and skill sets analysts need to work effectively with data. While the contents are lightly technical, this section veers into the colloquial as we dive into multitouch attribution models, media mix models, incrementality studies, and other ways analysts conduct marketing measurement today. Part 3 also provides a useful framework for evaluating data analysis and visualization tools and explains the critical importance of digital marketing maturity to analysts and the companies for which they work. PART 4: The Art of Analytics Every analyst dreams of coming up with the "Big Idea" - the game-changing and previously unseen insight or approach that gives their organization a competitive advantage and their career a huge boost. But dreaming won't get you there. It requires a thoughtful and disciplined approach to analysis projects. In this part of the book, I detail the four elements of the Marketing Analytics Process (MAP): plan, collect, analyze, report. Part 4 also explains the role of the analyst, the six mutually exclusive and collectively exhaustive ("MECE") marketing objectives, how to find context and patterns in collected data, and how to avoid the pitfalls of bias. PART 5: Storytelling with Data In Part 5, we dive headlong into the most important aspect of digital marketing analytics: transforming the data the analyst compiled into a comprehensive, coherent, and meaningful report. I outline the key characteristics of good visuals and the minutiae of chart design and provide a five-step process for analysts to follow when they're on their feet and presenting to an audience.

Advanced Digital Marketing Strategies in a Data-Driven Era

Author: Saura, Jose Ramon

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 342

View: 493

In the last decade, the use of data sciences in the digital marketing environment has increased. Digital marketing has transformed how companies communicate with their customers around the world. The increase in the use of social networks and how users communicate with companies on the internet has given rise to new business models based on the bidirectionality of communication between companies and internet users. Digital marketing, new business models, data-driven approaches, online advertising campaigns, and other digital strategies have gathered user opinions and comments through this new online channel. In this way, companies are beginning to see the digital ecosystem as not only the present but also the future. However, despite these advances, relevant evidence on the measures to improve the management of data sciences in digital marketing remains scarce. Advanced Digital Marketing Strategies in a Data-Driven Era contains high-quality research that presents a holistic overview of the main applications of data sciences to digital marketing and generates insights related to the creation of innovative data mining and knowledge discovery techniques applied to traditional and digital marketing strategies. The book analyzes how companies are adopting these new data-driven methods and how these strategies influence digital marketing. Discussing topics such as digital strategies, social media marketing, big data, marketing analytics, and data sciences, this book is essential for marketers, digital marketers, advertisers, brand managers, managers, executives, social media analysts, IT specialists, data scientists, students, researchers, and academicians in the field.

Innovations and Social Media Analytics in a Digital Society

Author: Maria José Sousa

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 292

View: 655

Recent advances in digitization are transforming healthcare, education, tourism, information technology, and some other sectors. Social media analytics are tools that can be used to measure innovation and the relation of the companies with the citizens. This book comprises state-ofthe-art social media analytics, and advanced innovation policies in the digitization of society. The number of applications that can be used to create and analyze social media analytics generates large amounts of data called big data, including measures of the use of the technologies to develop or to use new services to improve the quality of life of the citizens. Digitization has applications in fields from remote monitoring to smart sensors and other devices. Integration generates data that need to be analyzed and visualized in an easy and clear way, that will be some of the proposals of the researchers present in this book. This volume offers valuable insights to researchers on how to design innovative digital analytics systems and how to improve information delivery remotely.

Digital Analytics for Marketing

Author: Marshall Sponder

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 390

View: 851

This comprehensive book provides students with a "grand tour" of the tools needed to measure digital activity and implement best practices for using data to inform marketing strategy. It is the first text of its kind to introduce students to analytics platforms from a practical marketing perspective. Demonstrating how to integrate large amounts of data from web, digital, social, and search platforms, this helpful guide offers actionable insights into data analysis, explaining how to "connect the dots" and "humanize" information to make effective marketing decisions. The author covers timely topics, such as social media, web analytics, marketing analytics challenges, and dashboards, helping students to make sense of business measurement challenges, extract insights, and take effective actions. The book’s experiential approach, combined with chapter objectives, summaries, and review questions, will engage readers, deepening learning by helping them to think outside the box. Filled with engaging, interactive exercises, and interesting insights from an industry expert, this book will appeal to students of digital marketing, online marketing, and analytics. A companion website features an instructor’s manual, test bank, and PowerPoint slides.

The Definitive Guide to Marketing Analytics and Metrics (Collection)

Author: Cesar Brea

Publisher: FT Press

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 1009

View: 791

A brand new collection introducing today's most powerful strategies and techniques for measuring and optimizing marketing… 3 authoritative books, now in a convenient e-format, at a great price! 3 authoritative Books help you measure, analyze, and optimize every marketing investment you'll ever make Measuring and optimize your marketing investments is more crucial than ever. But, with an explosion in channels and complexity, it's also more challenging than ever. Fortunately, marketing metrics and analytics have taken giant leaps forward in recent years: techniques now exist for accurately quantifying performance and applying what you learn to improve it. In this unique 3 Book package, world-class experts present these new approaches, and show how to profit from them. In Marketing and Sales Analytics, leading consultant Cesar A. Breaexamines the experiences of 15 leaders who've built high-value analytics capabilities in multiple industries. Then, building on what they've learned, he presents a complete blueprint for succeeding with marketing analytics. You'll learn how to evaluate "ecosystemic" conditions for success, frame the right questions, and organize your people, data, and operating infrastructure to answer them. Brea helps you overcome key challenges ranging from governance to overcoming hidden biases. Along the way, he also offers specific guidance on crucial decisions such as "buy vs. build?", "centralize or decentralize?", and "hire generalists or specialists?" Next, in Cutting Edge Marketing Analytics, three pioneering experts introduce today's most valuable marketing analytics methods and tools, and offer a best-practice methodology for successful implementation. They augment this knowledge with hands on case studies, guiding you through solving key problems in resource allocation, segmentation, pricing, campaign management, firm valuation, and digital marketing strategy. All case studies are accompanied by real data used by the protagonists to make decisions. As you practice, you'll gain a deeper understanding of the value of marketing analytics, learn to integrate quantitative analysis with managerial sensibilities, master core statistical tools, and discover how to avoid crucial pitfalls. Finally, in the award-winning Marketing Metrics, Second Edition, Paul W. Farris and his colleagues show how to choose the right metrics for every marketing challenge. You'll learn how to use dashboards to view market dynamics from multiple perspectives, maximize accuracy, and "triangulate" to optimal solutions. You'll discover high-value metrics for promotional strategy, advertising, distribution, customer perceptions, market share, competitors' power, margins, pricing, products and portfolios, customer profitability, sales forces, channels, and more. This extensively updated edition introduces innovative metrics ranging from Net Promoter to social media and brand equity measurement, and shows how to build comprehensive models to optimize every marketing decision you make. If you need to measure and improve marketing performance, this 3-book package will be your most valuable resource. From world-renowned business sustainability experts Cesar A. Brea, Rajkumar Venkatesan, Paul W. Farris, Ronald T. Wilcox, Neil T. Bendle, Phillip E. Pfeifer, and David J. Reibstein

Marketing Analytics Roadmap

Methods, Metrics, and Tools

Author: Jerry Rackley

Publisher: Apress

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 168

View: 866

Many managers view marketing as a creative endeavor, not something that is measurable or manageable by numbers. But today’s leaders in the C-suite demand greater accountability. They want to know that they are getting a return on their marketing investment. And to get that ROI number, you need analytics. This expectation is intimidating for the many sales and marketing managers who rely on marketing instincts, not metrics, to do their work. But Marketing Analytics Roadmap: Methods, Metrics, and Tools demonstrates that employing analytics isn't just a way to keep the CEO off your back. It improves marketing results and ensures marketers a seat at the table where big decisions get made. In this book, analytics expert Jerry Rackley shows you how to understand and implement a sound marketing analytics process that helps eliminate the guesswork about the results produced by your marketing efforts. The result? You will acquire—and keep—more customers. Even better, you'll find that an analytics process helps the entire organization make better decisions, and not just marketers. Marketing Analytics Roadmap explains: How to use analytics to create marketing and sales metrics that guide your actions and provide valuable feedback on your efforts How to structure and use dashboards to report marketing results How to put industry-leading analytics software and other tools to good use How Big Data is shaping the marketing analytics landscape Sales and marketing teams that master marketing analytics will find them a powerful servant that enables agility, raises effectiveness, and creates confidence. Marketing Analytics Roadmap shows you how to build a well-planned and executed marketing analytics strategy that will enhance the credibility of your marketing team and help you not only get a seat at the big-decisions table, but keep it once there.

Wirtschaftsinformatik in Theorie und Praxis

Festschrift zu Ehren von Prof. Dr. Andreas Meier

Author: Edy Portmann

Publisher: Springer-Verlag

ISBN:

Category: Computers

Page: 224

View: 470

Die Beiträge in diesem Herausgeberwerk bieten einen aktuellen Überblick über relevante Themen der modernen Wirtschaftsinformatik. Das Buch ist Andreas Meier von der Universität Freiburg, Schweiz, und seiner wissenschaftlichen Leistung gewidmet. Professor Meier hat durch sein großes Schaffen die Wirtschaftsinformatik in Theorie und Praxis geprägt und weiterentwickelt, was seine ehemaligen Doktoranden in verschiedenen Kapiteln aufzeigen. Sie präsentieren darin Ansätze, Modelle und Methoden theoretischer, angewandter, empirischer sowie gestaltungsorientierter Wirtschaftsinformatik. Das Buch richtet sich dabei an Wirtschaftsinformatiker, Informatiker und Wirtschaftswissenschaftler aller Couleur.

Marketing Analytics

Based on First Principles

Author: Robert W. Palmatier

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 432

View: 346

Using data analytics and big data in marketing and strategic decision-making is a key priority at many organisations and subsequently a vital part of the skills set for a successful marketing professional operating today. Authored by world-leading authorities in the field, Marketing Analytics provides a thoroughly contemporary overview of marketing analytics and coverage of a wide range of cutting edge data analytics techniques. It offers a powerful framework, organising data analysis techniques around solving four underlying marketing problems: the 'First Principles of Marketing'. In this way, it offers an action-oriented, applied approach to managing marketing complexities and issues, and a sound grounding in making effective decisions based on strong evidence. It is supported by vivid international cases and examples, and applied pedagogical features. The companion website offers comprehensive classroom instruction slides, videos including walk throughs on all the examples and methods in the book, data sets, a test bank and a solution guide for instructors.