Best-in-class FI marketers have embraced the power of signals. Through their everyday actions, consumers and businesses continually create signals for marketers like you. A signal is an indication of intent or behavior. Examples of activities that produce signals include making a purchase, searching online for information about a financial product, clicking on an ad, applying for a loan, and paying off debt. Each signal can be tracked, monitored, and acted upon. Reaching customers at the critical moment, in the right channel with the right message, requires keen insights about the signals they’re producing. Signals aren’t new to marketing. In fact, you may already be using new mover lists or even search engine marketing. Today, though, there is so much more valuable data available — if you know where to look and what to do with it.
Published By: Resonate
Published Date: May 30, 2018
The seismic shift in consumer behavior has created the slow demise of many long-established, iconic brands. The woes of brick and mortar retail have become a daily news item, with store closures and financial downturns dominating the headlines. Though low cash and heavy debt play a significant role, many point to online retail as the culprit for this decline. Retail margins on average fell to 9% last year
from 10.5% in 2012 and over that period ecommerce sales increased to 15.5% of total sales according to the Wall Street Journal. For most companies, this meant shifting towards online sales.