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Customer Reach: The Channels

Maximize your marketing efforts and reach your best audience with this extensive deep dive into marketing channels.

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Course Description

Join Dr. Don Hinman as he takes you on a deep dive progression through each marketing channel, and discusses how they fit into the overall omnichannel marketplace. Learn how to maximize your marketing efforts and reach your best audience through the use of diverse marketing channels, what are the strengths and weaknesses of each, and how emerging channels such as programmatic marketing can be used to find prospects and customers.

Topics

  • The omnichannel environment
  • Identity recognition & audience member recognition
  • Online & offline identification methods
  • Methods to reach your audience
  • Walled garden vs. open garden advertising
  • Traditional and digital channels overview
  • Programmatic marketing & addressable TV
  • Strengths and weaknesses of each channel

Instructors

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Don Hinman
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Section 1: The Omnichannel Environment

  • The omnichannel evolution
  • Identity recognition & audience member recognition
    • Goals
    • How to achieve
    • Identification techniques
  • Online and offline identification
    • Cookie-based
    • Person-based
    • Inference-based
    • Strengths & weaknesses of each
  • Methods to reach your audience
    • Content-based buying
    • Audience-based buying
    • Addressable-based buying

Section 2: Using Actionable Data to Reach Customers through Multiple Channels

  • Impact of comprehension
    • Traditional channels by comprehension
    • Digital channels by comprehension
  • Benefits & limitations by channel
    • Direct mail
    • Telemarketing
    • Radio/streaming audio
    • Newspapers
    • Email
    • Social Media
    • Mobile
    • Search
    • Display

Section 3: Emerging Channels: Programmatic Marketing & Addressable TV

  • The online ecosystem
  • Programmatic marketing
  • Addressable TV
    • Precision data
    • Benefits
    • TV spend
  • Walled garden vs. open garden advertising

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