Data-driven storytelling: How numbers are transformed into stories
Data-driven storytelling is based on the great allure of stories. With this in mind, more and more businesses are adopting a narrative approach to internal and external communication in the effort to convey abstract data in vivid ways.
5 Things that established firms can learn from startups
In many sectors of the economy, successful startups are regarded as an engine of transformation and innovation. New methods from the startup world also offer established companies exciting solution approaches for the necessary transformations ahead.
Why personas are a product marketing must-have
There are big advantages to using personas during product development and subsequent product marketing. The user model interlinks both workflows within one goal-oriented process that focuses on the product user.
Twitch marketing for companies: far more than an insider’s tip
Fast-growing livestreaming portals such as Twitch are among the defining social media trends and attract ever-larger audiences. This is how they offer companies enormous potential for targeted and effective marketing measures.
Here’s how to find the right CRM software for your business
From startups to large conglomerates: CRM software optimizes customer care, supports lead generation and facilitates numerous work processes. Here you can read which CRM types are available and which criteria need to be observed.
What can digital audio advertising do in the context of media planning?
Radio is dead. Long live radio. Or at least audio. Podcasts, smart voice assistants, digital radio offerings and audio-streaming services have transported audio advertising into the new millennium. How can advertisers and media planners tap into the audio boom for themselves?
Shopping in a collective – Social commerce is evolving into social group buying
A collective shopping experience instead of Shoppable posts or tell-a-friend buttons: Social commerce is being invigorated thanks to an approach that combines group buying and social discovery. The Tupperware-party principle has finally made its way to eCommerce.
The mere-exposure effect – Why content marketing works
Thanks to the workings of the mere-exposure effect, the brain reacts positively to stimuli that have previously been perceived subconsciously. This is precisely why content marketing works – but it also becomes clear why it takes time before a content strategy can deliver measurable results.
Referral marketing: nothing is more valuable than good referrers
The ratings of satisfied customers are essential for a company's success. The referral rate is therefore one of the most important KPIs for companies. In this story you will learn how to determine this rate and what can be deduced from it.
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