Here is a great article written by the Dispatch Media Group's Marketing & Research Director, Nikhil Hunshikatti on how the Columbus Dispatch found an opportunity to harness the endless amounts of data to drive revenue, tailor content, remain competitive, and more strategically appeal to advertisers and our news consumers.
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There is more to success than having a great product or service – if no one has heard of your company, you are not likely to generate leads and sales. In the emerging market of easy access to information, it is imperative that managers and businesses utilize tools to market their goods and services effectively. Otherwise, consumers and competitors will leave you in the dust.
We at The Columbus Dispatch are shaking things up. In the last few years, our 142-year-old media company has revamped our product, our brand, and our relationship to both consumers and advertisers. While some changes are obvious, others are more subtle. Regardless, the transition has resulted in tangible gains for The Dispatch. The best part is that any news company willing to make important changes can benefit from the transition.
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In today’s market, you cannot fully understand your target market until you understand your own company. Raven, an online marketing service provider, published a great article detailing the value of breaking down your marketing efforts into individual segments, with each segment representing a different group of customers with similar backgrounds, needs and values. The consequence of such an endeavor is a campaign with better focus that is more engaging to your target audience.
It seems even the best have difficulty in knowing if there advertising is working or not. Measuring ad-recall is an immensely challenging process, especially in more traditional mediums such as print or magazines.
Everybody has heard the saying “knowledge is power.” For business owner’s knowledge often comes from data, thus “data is power.” The more data your small business has the better, right? How many widgets sold last month and how many are in inventory? What is the profit margin on each widget sold? What were total sales yesterday, or last week? These are questions that business owners can answer quickly, and they are all derived from data.
The world of education is facing a blitz of forces changing the way we’ve always done things. Technologies like massive online open campuses and mobile devices are disrupting institutional organization. Blended learning and the need for equal access to college credit opportunities for high school students are forcing educational institutions to make the decision to resist change or get ahead of it. Read on for what I think are the top three current trends in education.
Blogging is not just designed for mothers to chronicle their toddler's latest adventures or a “Star Trek” fan to break down which version of Captain James T. Kirk is superior. Few marketing tools match the power of blogs for growing small businesses.