There are big changes coming within the data landscape, and to meet them head-on, a key objective for many forward-thinking brands has been a renewed focus on digital transformation and the ethical collection, management, and use of first-party consumer data.
Heading into 2021, businesses will need to continue to pivot their approaches, especially when it comes to how they interact with their
customers. The “overall experience” is a key driver to success
To prepare for this brands need to consider the following:
1. Changing customer preferences.
It is imperative that businesses study and understand the online buying habits that consumers have developed and incorporate those behaviours into your marketing strategies. And more specifically, it’s important for brands to dig deeper into those consumer trends, analyse them and find opportunities, where you can better serve your customers needs and wants.
2. Meeting new customer habits and needs.
Digital experiences are becoming more personalised because customers now expect deeper interactions with brands. Fast food is just one example of an industry that’s adapted to catering to these preferences. Retail is another industry experiencing big shifts, engaging with consumers based on their new habits in the environments they prefer.
3. Using data to improve customer communication
The ability to access customer insights so that businesses can personalise targeted offers, are going to become increasingly difficult once
third-party cookies and other tracking mechanisms are disabled and that’s just the beginning of the problem.
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