5 Steps to customer data hygiene: it’s not sexy, but it’s essential

Biznology

Are you happy with the quality of the information in your marketing database? And 88% are missing basic firmographic data, like industry, revenue or employee size—so profiling and segmentation is pretty tough. Key enter the data correctly in the first place.

Ten tips for customer reactivation

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Here’s a roundup of the ten most effective practices today, in both business and consumer markets. And don’t forget to set aside some budget for ongoing retention and reactivation marketing. Early action is arguably the single most effective technique in reactivation marketing.

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6 thorny data problems that Vex B2B marketers, and how to solve them

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Business-to-business marketers are plagued by data problems. Business data is complex and fast-changing. Our legacy databases are not as robust as we need. To shed some light on B2B data problems, Bernice Grossman and I compiled a working list of problems and solutions.

How Good Content can Help Improve Database Health

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According to business information provider ZoomInfo (see graphic below, further data here ), more than 70 percent of business cards have one or more changes during a 12-month period. The most common changes (in order): job function, phone number, and mailing address.

Predictions for B2B digital marketing in 2013

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I hereby take up that tradition, offering up four random prognostications for where B2B digital marketing is headed in 2013. My topics include Facebook, content marketing, personal branding, and data hygiene—certainly an eclectic mix. Renewed interest in data hygiene.