Data-Driven Marketing

Making marketing decisions based on your gut is a gamble. Fortunately, there is another way.

With data-driven marketing, you make decisions based on data. It tells you where your customer is looking for information about your company. You learn what they want in contact with your brand and how they make purchasing decisions. So your campaigns don't go nowhere.

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What is data-driven marketing?

Data-driven marketing involves collecting data that can be used to make validated statements. The goal is to make marketing decisions dependent on the insights gained from the data. But first you have to collect data before you can use it. For this purpose, there are tools that collect knowledge about the behavior of your (potential) buyers. You then analyze the data obtained. Collecting and analyzing data is one thing, but in the end it's what you do with it that counts. After all, you want to understand your customers better and adapt your marketing communication to the findings of the analysis.

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Why is data-driven marketing so important?

When you make marketing decisions based on gut feelings or assumptions, there's always a risk that you'll miss the needs of your customers. You don't run that risk with data-driven marketing. Instead, you can respond to your customers' specific problems and offer them solutions. What's more, your budget is better spent because your campaigns are tailored to the target group and are therefore more successful. Looking into the future is also easier with data-driven marketing, because your data tells you about trends such as changing buyer behavior. Nowadays, personalized content is also of great importance. Your data also shows you which channel with which content is relevant for your customers. In summary, this means more success for your marketing.