When reviewing the most searched terms for one of our clients, we noticed that the top most-searched term was: hand sanitizer.
No big deal if we were talking about a drugstore or supermarket, but no, we are talking about a FASHION retailer! Talk about a sign of the times we live in… people are desperately looking to overcome the shortage in their local stores with trusted online brands.
They say when life gives you lemons, make some lemonade. So, what do we do when these lemons (searches) are dropped in our lap? We turn them into money-making lemonade!
Content creation is a heavy lift for most digital marketing orgs. Creating multiple variants is a huge challenge in itself. But how can you curate the content variety in a data-driven manner and target explicitly for a commerce audience? With Experience Designer, you can jumpstart your content personalization.
In the last post, we learnt about the Experience Browser, the industry’s first solution for transparency in AI decisioning. Experience Designer plugs into the XB, leverages the Xen AI engine to determine the right targets automagically, and leverages your existing content to create campaigns.
A quick story.
About two decades ago, a relatively small ecommerce company focused on selling books introduced a new feature that allowed customers to see what others had liked and purchased, called collaborative filtering, for product recommendations. This feature became popular with the business guys as the “wisdom of crowds” and very soon, every retailer on the planet was scrambling to implement it.
It Turns Out the Joke Is on Us
One the of the great cosmic jokes we almost all struggle against as we get older is the belief that the following generation had an easier time of it than ours. While the reality is that each new generation has its own context that really can’t be compared to the one that came before or after, I’m starting to think that the current business climate might just be the exception.
Part 1: Why a Segment-Based Marketing Approach Is So Hard for Business to Quit
If you’ve spent any time around personalization, then you’ve probably encountered the three
great truths about it. The first is that every business needs it. The second is that every
marketing tool is keen to “help” you achieve it. And the third is that rarely, if ever, does it actually involve a real-time personalized experience for the individual shopper on the other