Posted on November 4, 2009 by stephanielemieux
Dear taxonomists, content managers and other subscribers…
We recently launched a new website on Drupal (www.earley.com) and we also integrated our blog in the new site.
Please update your RSS feed readers with the new address: www.earley.com/blog
(or http://www.earley.com/rss.xml if you want the whole site).
We will stop double-posting as of now, so if you want to continue reading our fabulous blog posts, like the mega-menu series or my most recent post on social media and persuasion, please update your links.
Thanks for your continued readership!
Stephanie and the rest of the Earley team
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Posted on September 21, 2009 by mshulha
“Having the people,systems and governance in place to facilitate a cross channel view of marketing assets and customer experience is a critical challenge many organizations are facing”
Laura Keller, Strategist at MISI company
In many organizations the responsibility for creating marketing assets is decentralized and siloed by channel. One group is working on email marketing, another on web commerce, others on social media and still other groups on more traditional print and broadcast. Without solid governance and systems to support a view across these channels, companies are missing a tremendous opportunity to:
- Re-use marketing assets
- Realize value from cross channel synergies
- Evaluate the consistency and quality of marketing assets
A great deal of time and money is wasted creating new assets because of a lack of awareness of existing assets. Assets also need to be managed across channels in order to maintain consistency and measure effectiveness of programs and maximize impact from spend. Any organization engaging in cross channel marketing programs will benefit from core tools and approaches that, when put into place, can improve response times and save money.
A centralized repository of marketing assets that is supported by consistent organizing principles (taxonomy) is a requirement for facilitating cross channel views and re-use of assets. Unfortunately, the following scenarios are all too common. Continue reading
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