Analytics

The Art of Behavioral Analytics and Marketing

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Behavioral Analytics

Following the Behavioral Analytics Meetup, Daphna Gal, Marketing Manager, CoolaData, shares her insights to how marketing efforts can be informed by behavioral analytics. Read her guest blog post below.

Online marketing efforts for eCommerce businesses are often dominated with the need to acquire new customers. While acquisition is an important goal in selling online, it is unfortunately also expensive. It’s true that shoppers can easily pass from one website to the next, but over the past few years a highly loyal segment of online shoppers has emerged, and tools such as internet bookmarks have led to usage patterns that are almost addictive. Therefore, marketing to first-time buyers should not come at the expense of returning purchasing users, a highly effective segment. More

8 Expert Tips to Face Your Biggest Marketing Challenges

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We’re moving right along in our third series of #B2BTalks, this time bringing you three marketing experts from vastly different backgrounds. When talking about scaling, it’s important to recognize that every company, no matter big or small, faces similar challenges. Across the board, marketing budgets and people power always tend to be the hot topics. Instead of backing down, with some careful analysis and planning, you can use your challenges to your advantage, moving your business forward. More

Twitter Analytics vs TweetReach

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Yarin Hochman is Pravda Media Group’s analyst. His primary job is to gather, assess, and crunch data and somehow make sense of the numerical side of social media.

Last week Twitter introduced Organic Tweet Analytics, which allows publishers to measure how their organic (i.e not sponsored) tweets are performing.

Here at Pravda Media Group, measurement is a significant part of our working process used to make smarter, more informed marketing decisions. But what are the differences between TweetReach and the just released Organic Tweet Analytics? They sound pretty similar to me.  More