The Importance of Data Driven Marketing – Statistics and Trends
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Did you know that Marketers that exceeded their revenue goals in were using personalization techniques 83% of the time whereas businesses that employ data-driven personalization delivered five to eight times the ROI on marketing spend. More than three-quarters (77%) of respondents believe that they’ve had a somewhat or significant increase in access to useful data over the past year but only 49% of respondents reported being somewhat or very effective at using data-informed insights to guide future strategy. Check out our infographic to know more about the growing importance of data driven marketing and the objectives and challenges of data driven marketing.
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The most Important objectives of Data Driven Marketing
Data Driven Marketing Objectives %age Basing more decisions on data analysis 51% Acquiring more new customers 45% Integrating data across platforms 43% Enriching data quality and completeness 37% Segmenting target markets 34% Attributing sales revenue to marketing 33% Aligning marketing and sales teams 31%
Over 40% of brands plan to expand their data-driven marketing budgets whereas 88% of marketers surveyed use data obtained by third parties to enhance their understanding of each customer
Data Driven Marketing Strategies Companies Using to Improve Conversion Rates
Strategy %age Customer journey analysis 63% A/B testing 60% Website personalization 46% Segmentation 55% Mutivariate testing 46% Usability testing 55% Cart abandonment analysis 47% Copy optimization 44% Abandonment email 32% Online surveys/Customer feedback 34% Expert usability reviews 28% Competitor benchmarking 21%
64% of marketing executives “strongly agree” that data-driven marketing is crucial in the economy
49% of marketers feel “significant pressure” to increase data’s role in their current strategy whereas 87% of marketers consider data their organization’s most underutilized asset
54% of companies say their biggest challenge to data-driven marketing success is the lack of data quality and completeness
More than three-quarters (77%) of respondents believe that they’ve had a somewhat or significant increase in access to useful data over the past year but only 49% of respondents reported being somewhat or very effective at using data-informed insights to guide future strategy
Biggest Challenges of Data Driven Marketing
Challenges %age Insufficient technology 44.6% Lack of internal experience 34.8% Lack of first party data resources 32.6% Difficulty in proving ROI of our data driven programs 26.1% Poor data sharing protocols 25.0% Lack of resources 21.7% Lack of quality of third party data 17.4% Competitive pressures 15.2% Haven’t achieved success in testing 12.0%
My name is Ayat Shukairy, and I’m a co-founder and CCO at Invesp. Here’s a little more about me: At the very beginning of my career, I worked on countless high-profile e-commerce projects, helping diverse organizations optimize website copy. I realized, that although the copy was great and was generating more foot traffic, many of the sites performed poorly because of usability and design issues.View All Posts By Ayat Shukairy
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