Are You a Dangerous Client?
The criteria might surprise you. We find that the most dangerous clients are those who try to control the internet. Yes. You read that correctly. Those who try to control the internet. If you are guilty, it’s understandable. A brand can get crushed out there without a plan. The thing is, you can’t have it both ways—your brand can’t reap the social benefits of the web without the inherent risks.
Emerging Places to Reach Pet Owners
If you play a role in marketing today you’ve likely heard the attention span of the average human has shrunk to only eight seconds. Last year, the New York Times published a story that stated our attention span is now shorter than that of a goldfish. Since we are exposed to seemingly endless choices and messages every moment of every day, it’s no wonder our ability to focus has decreased. As a result, marketers are constantly seeking new ways to effectively reach out to their audience and gain their attention.
The Open Pet Pharmaceutical Transition: The Early Mover Mindset
Having too few options in life can be limiting and frustrating. This is especially true in the pet pharmaceutical market where pet owners want more prescription options from both a price and convenience standpoint. We uncovered this trend in our recent Pet Pharmaceutical Market Study, which revealed a shift in pet pharmaceutical revenue from the veterinary pharmacy to online pharmacies and brick-and-mortar retail pharmacies.
Five Ways to Convert More B2B Prospects
If you want to convert traffic to your B2B site, you need to understand your users’ buying processes and provide them with the tools and information they need. Business users have a very different buying process than consumers. Rarely is only one person involved in making a purchase decision, timelines are sometimes long, and businesses have to make a case for how their product or service will solve a prospective customer’s problem.
Google Analytics Enhanced Ecommerce Startup Guide
Ecommerce tracking is an invaluable tool for any online seller. More than just transactions and revenue, good ecommerce tracking gives you actionable insights into your marketing campaigns, on-site user experience and overall business goals. Mastering this tool will give you the power to track any data you might need to make your business that much better.
The Untapped Fiber Customer: Shopping in the Middle
Our survey of nearly a thousand US home internet customers revealed that over 62% of both mid- and fiber-tier respondents are most influenced by an internet provider’s reputation when considering switching their service.
The Untapped Fiber Customer: Frustrations in the Middle
Your internet customers aren’t as loyal as you’d think. In fact, according to our March survey of nearly a thousand US home-internet customers, 22% of mid-tier and fiber-tier respondents would seriously consider switching providers if they experienced three to five buffering or lagging issues in a span of one week.
The Untapped Fiber Customer: Behaviors in the Middle
Based on a survey of nearly a thousand internet customers, more than 70% of mid- and fiber-tier respondents described their residence as a freestanding home. Just over 80% of mid- and fiber-tier respondents share their home internet with at least one other person (this number drops significantly for the basic tier).
Odds are likely that they are sharing service with a roommate or significant other, but what about kids? Only around one third of mid-tier respondents have at least one child under 18 in their household, compared to nearly half of all fiber-tier respondents.
The Untapped Fiber Customer: Confusion in the Middle
Just under 80% of both mid- and fiber-tier respondents believe that their home internet service is a “basic amenity,” viewed on par with running water or electricity. From smart televisions to smart thermostats, the number of household electronics that require an internet connection is growing. Marketing fiber as a “convenience” could be deterring customers who are on the fence about upgrading.
You Want Your Agency to Make You Nervous
Marketing your company, or its products or services, can be a stressful job. There is a lot at stake, and every move you make as a marketer is scrutinized by, well, everyone. It’s a natural tendency to want to please everyone and play it safe when it comes to messaging, advertising, web content and anything else used to communicate with your audiences. But the truth is you need to fight that human tendency to be “normal.”