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Understanding your customers online is the first step to improving your results from online channels. Next, it’s benchmarking competitors and looking for partners to work with. We’ll show you how to audit your capabilities and identify the best commercial opportunities.
Marketplace analysis quick guide
It’s often easy to fail to find the time for analysis if you’re always executing. But with the pace of change of new digital technologies and marketing approaches, it’s important to keep it agile. For digital marketing, we think strategic agility requires these characteristics and requirements for an organization to be successful in its strategy development:
- 1. Efficient collection, dissemination and evaluation of different information sources from the micro and macro-environment.
- 2. Efficient process for generating new strategies based on creating new value for customers.
- 3. Efficient research into potential customer value against the business value generated.
- 4. Efficient implementation of prototype of new functionality to deliver customer value
- 5. Efficient measurement and review of results from prototypes to revise further to improve proposition or to end trial.
The most important parts of marketplace analysis for us are covered in sections on:
These are part of the immediate micro-environment as it’s called in the textbooks. We also advise on issues to think about in the wider macro-environment. Of these, reviewing and responding to the opportunities of new digital marketing platforms is the most important part and we cover this continuously in our blog. It’s also important to be aware of changes to Internet marketing law.
- How do different types of content assets influence the consumer purchase decision process
- Digital marketing statistics 2014
- New free worldwide digital media statistics reports starting with UK, US and Europe
- New Internet usage report
- How are UK retailers (and others) responding to the E-privacy directive?