More and more companies plan the use of marketing automation, especially for their lead management. But few try to implement the new system on their own.
Marketing Automation – the right content at the right time
Marketing Automation helps you to send your content on its way in a personalized, scalable manner. Reach all customers individually when and where they want to be reached and learn from their behavior.
Together with a CRM-system, you can create specific campaigns for each of your buyer personas and get the right message across.
The ec4u blog informs
– How to use A/B-testing to make sure you find the right tone for your mails and your customers.
– How to reactivate dormant leads with one thought-out automatized process and the right message.
– How to define and use buyer personas to create content that is personal and addresses your customer’s needs instead of your own.
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