Key Considerations for an Always-Connected World
In today’s marketing environment, companies and organizations that can create strong customer relationships at the local level gain a significant competitive advantage.
While the way consumers engage with marketers has substantially changed and personal preferences and consumption habits may vary dramatically between individuals, one constant remains – relationships matter. And no marketing entity is better positioned to act on these emotions than the local retailer, service provider or organization.
This Distributed Marketing Leadership Series guidebook addresses three key engagement considerations for creating a local marketing advantage:
- Ways that buying habits have changed due to always-on connectivity and how local marketing can capitalize on these behaviors.
- The existence of common segments within local marketing and marketing communications tactics for each segment.
- How corporate insight and local intuition can be blended to optimize the local marketing advantage.