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Targeting

In online marketing, targeting is a strategy for approaching and reaching target groups. The aim of targeting advertising is to make a potential target group as aware as possible of a product or service and to increase the conversion rate. You need t...
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Jobs-to-be-done theory – a great approach for designers
When developing products, the customer should obviously be the focus. However, the value proposition should actually also be taken into account. That is where the jobs-to-be-done theory and a clever change of perspective come in.
Corporate language guide – for an unmistakable corporate voice
If you want customers to be impressed by your brand, the key to success is corporate language. That’s because a strong corporate voice can give your image a boost. Learn more in our free downloadable!
Think big! Here’s what you need to know about inclusive design online
If you ask what makes a good website experience, then you will get a huge range of answers because we all see the world differently. So, it pays to think big. We tell you how to successfully incorporate inclusive design into your UX!
The boomer generation as a target group – wasted potential?
Boomers are more trend-conscious, wealthier, and tech-savvier than they’re given credit for – and it doesn’t stop there. Read on to learn what matters to the boomer generation and why it can pay off for brands to embrace this target group.
Governing on Twitter and others: social media as a political communication form
More and more politicians are communicating via social media channels. What opportunities and risks does that mean for political communication? We present a few examples!
Buyer persona vs. target group: what’s the difference?
If you want to emotionally engage with your customers and convince them of your products and services, you need to really know and understand their needs. But what exactly is the difference between a target group and buyer persona?
Cognitive marketing: boost your B2B marketing
Emotions play a key role not only in B2C sales, but in B2B sales as well. Read on to find out how you can benefit from this state of affairs using clever cognitive marketing.
10 ways to effectively invest your paid media budget in B2B
After many companies cut their paid media budgets last year due to the pandemic, the B2B sector is now being increasingly invested in again. Our story reveals how to fully leverage your paid media budget!
Pinterest Story Pins: a feature you should know as a marketer
Instagram, LinkedIn, and other platforms set the ball rolling, and now Pinterest has introduced new creator features, too – including the Pinterest Story Pins. Read on to discover what makes these so special and how you can leverage them.
The Kano model: how to wow your customers
The Kano model enables you to identify the product and service attributes that make your customers’ hearts beat for joy. Read on to find out what it’s all about and how you can ramp up the wow factors in your business.