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  1. User feedback is the key indicator of customer experience. Having access to the customer insights puts you as a marketer at a competitive advantage. In fact, user feedback will also enable you to prioritise and address issues that surface, putting you one step closer to reaching a profitable conclusion and closing the loop. That is why it’s important to have the right user feedback solution in place, depending on your needs and of course, budget. In this article we will zoom in on several free user feedback solutions that are great for digital marketers who are on a budget.
    https://mopinion.com/free-user-feedback-solutions-digital-marketers-budget/
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  2. When it comes to comparing user experience (UX) and branding, it seems like everyone has an opinion.

    UX’s goal is to make sure that the user’s experience is as pleasant as possible whereas branding is there to ensure consistency throughout. At some point, design is going to get to where we must make decision between making a more agreeable experience for the user or maintaining brand identity. However, UX and brand identity overlap more than you might think. I always end up asking myself; are they really two sides of a coin?
    http://www.thedrum.com/opinion/2018/04/02/user-experience-and-brand-experience-two-sides-the-same-coin/
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  3. The digital age has brought with it a horde of data. And coming from various sources and in large quantities, the availability of this data has created many new and insightful opportunities for digital marketers. Modern digital marketers are using data in a myriad of ways, such as gauging success (with Key Performance Indicators, or KPIs), driving improvement (e.g. campaign effectiveness or website usability) and boosting lead generation. However, this heavy reliance on intelligent marketing data necessitates an analysis solution, which comes in the form of dashboarding software.

    In this article, we will outline the various benefits of KPI dashboarding software as well as list the top software available for digital marketing managers.
    https://mopinion.com/kpi-dashboarding-software-digital-marketing-managers/
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  4. B2C companies have long known that a great customer experience is crucial for success. Matt Hampshire encourages B2Bs to take it just as seriously.

    Slowly but surely, B2B companies are beginning to realise they need to catch up with the way their customers are finding, researching and buying their products through digital platforms. They’re starting to understand that they are being evaluated using the same criteria as B2C businesses.

    More and more, they are seeing how customers are placing a higher priority on ease of use, relevance and value, just as they would on Amazon or any other digital marketplace.
    http://www.insidesap.com.au/time-fix-dated-b2b-user-experience/
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  5. To be a digital marketer, you must have a knack for applying a proven strategy and driving results fast.

    With today’s live data and a shrewd way of pointing success back to effort, marketers are bound for instant gratification.

    Yet, after achieving and sustaining success, some marketers reach an impasse. They face a performance plateau—wheels still spinning but in neutral.
    http://socialbarrel.com/effective-tips-optimize-user-experience-digital-marketing/115111/
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  6. Conversion rate optimisation (CRO) is the process of testing a range of experiences to find which combination provides the best results.

    These results are usually related to increasing positive user actions such as newsletter sign-ups, memberships or donations, and improving site engagement, for example turning visitors into leads and leads into sales.

    Whatever experience you want to boost or optimise, there is a place for CRO in your digital marketing strategy.
    https://mumbrella.com.au/how-does-conversion-rate-optimisation-work-502075/
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  7. Many people over the years have said that email marketing’s days are numbered and that it will soon become a dated, perhaps even obsolete technology. But actually, this assumption couldn’t be more wrong. Email marketing still remains one of the most effective marketing channels with the highest return on investment (ROI). Much like other marketing channels however, email campaigns do offer up their fair share of challenges. Surprisingly, many of these challenges revolve around a lack of understanding and engagement with the target audience. It seems that with many campaign emails, communications are only outbound, leaving marketers with no real insight into how their email was received by their readers. This lack of insight into the performance an email campaign is precisely why it’s important to start collecting email campaign feedback.

    In this article we will investigate why email campaign feedback is important for email marketers and provide you with some tips / advice on how to collect email campaign feedback.
    https://mopinion.com/how-to-collect-email-campaign-feedback/
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  8. Is your landing page reaching out to the visitors exactly the way you want it to?

    Every website no matter how big or popular will have a considerable bounce rate — A unit that measures the number of users who visit your website but leave without performing any further action.
    https://uxplanet.org/how-to-build-super-effective-landing-pages-7fe9a3bab8f1/
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  9. In the modern world, flawless design and functionality of digital assets – including your website, social media content and marketing materials – is essential to keeping customers engaged. A top-notch product or thoughtful blog post will go ignored and unseen if it's housed on a site with a poor user experience. To that end, it's important for web developers and marketers alike to keep up with the latest trends and consumer expectations. Members of Forbes Agency Council offered their take on popular design trends popping up in this space, and how you can integrate those trends into your branding.
    https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbesagencycouncil/2018/01/05/12-design-trends-to-integrate-into-your-web-development-and-marketing/#18024c127f17/
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  10. As 2018 rolls around, knowing which skills to upgrade and improve on would definitely be on the minds of many. According to a recent report by LinkedIn, hard skills in marketing and data will be needed most by companies in 2018. Meanwhile, soft skills such as communication will also be needed.
    http://www.marketing-interactive.com/most-wanted-skills-in-2018-hard-skills-in-marketing-and-data/
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