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Value Exchange, Personalization, Relationship Marketing

Value Exchange: The Foundation of Relationship Marketing

Privacy is a major concern for all of us—brands and consumers alike—and increasingly so, highlighted by recent government legislation, data breaches, and revelations about everyone’s favorite love-to-hate internet F word (so meta). This has consumers protecting their personal information more than ever before. They’ll share it, but it should be for a good reason.  On

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4 Ways Mobile Can Operationalize Relationship Marketing

The mobile user is on their phone just over 4 hours every single day. Mobile phones are checked upwards of 96 times a day. Mobile is becoming an extension of the consumer, as every part of their daily lives becomes interconnected with these devices. To reach today’s consumer, brands must treat the two as one

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Cheetah Digital is RealCDP Certified for 2022

Customers expect every interaction, regardless of channel or device, to be a continuation of their previous experience. Marketers require access to a unified and actionable single customer view to satisfy these expectations and build lasting relationships. Unfortunately, most brands struggle across disparate channels and fail to deliver relevant answers to their customers’ questions. This leaves

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Podcasts:

Email Benchmark Stats Across Industries for Early 2022

Email is one of the most impactful channels used in relationship marketing. When viewing email’s impact on other channels you can get a great overview of your impact on audience action. In this short episode, we reveal some of the North American email benchmarks across Cheetah Digital’s enterprise client base.

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Top US Consumer Messaging Trends Broken Down By Age

Marketers know that audience behavior varies generation to generation. When it comes to brand messaging in brand experience, how far off are Gen X from Boomers? That’s what the 2022 consumer trends index reveals. In this short video we share a few critical differences on how email, SMS and even loyalty programs differ across age groups.

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