First-Person Marketing Means Moving Beyond First Names
Addressing customers by their first name is technically personalization, but customers have grown to expect more – much more.
Tailored experiences which match customers’ preferences are no longer nice-to-have – they should be business as usual. Marketers understand that the more they can personalize communications and content, the better – but creating that personal touch at scale isn’t easy.
To move beyond first-name personalization and deliver First-Person Marketing requires a holistic approach – it needs integrated, automated systems to deliver hyperpersonalized experiences, not just messages. To achieve this, marketers need to move beyond the big data era, bring all their data together, automate and optimize constantly.