Creating a measurement plan tied to the customer journey improves customer experience and staff workflow. And better analytics insights!
It’s key for marketers to understand the idea behind the original intention of Customer Success. How do customers define their own success? How do we measure they achieve it? And how can we help them get there?
Setting OKRs is challenging for marketers because our goals often rely on outcomes outside of marketing. We need to collaborate with other teams to create objectives. And isolate marketing attribution in creating our key results.
The minute we pick one dashboard tool to rule them all, a new need for data would arise. Our data management is something that needs to evolve as our business evolves. Rather than look to one tool to rule them all, we need to look at consolidating rules to govern our data use.
Customer satisfaction is a key indicator of the health of your business. Both an early warning system and a validation of your efforts. It can be a key guidepost all along the customer journey and demonstrate the impact that your marketing efforts are having on your business objectives.
Insight is a combination of data and experience when we can’t know everything. We get better at actionable insights from continuously taking action.
Marketing OKRs are a simple and effective way for companies to state and track their goals. We can then plan programs and drive initiatives towards achieving the key results. As a strategy tool, it then can steer where we put our energy. What campaigns we will run. How we spend our budget.
I found myself in discussion this week with some people that were creating their first sales page. They were making making decisions about the roll out of that were based on beliefs they held. Yet bigger providers in their field were doing contrary things to achieve marketing outcomes. I believe in doing what is known to work, instead of what your cognitive bias wants you to do.