For decades, business marketers have waltzed into budgeting meetings not always being able to justify how they spent prior funds or how such spending made a difference in the marketing of the company’s product.
However, this did not stop them from requesting even more marketing dollars for big-ticket events and flashy television and radio ads to get the message out and build up the brand.
Now those days of blind budgeting are gone and a new mantra is quickly taking their place with accountability and measurement. With progressively sophisticated tools and piles of data, marketers have access to evidence of what is and are not working in their strategy for marketing.
With this knowledge, they have the power to take a more scientific approach to find a marketing strategy that works. These days marketers are able to find out the actual ROI of each dollar. Even better, this information is available to them not just annually, but as often as they require. The marketing methods used today are even able to provide a view of the returns that are likely on campaigns in the future. Marketing is no longer an expense or cost, it is an investment.
Top ranking executives such as board directors, CFOs and even CEOs are cutting costs anywhere they can except the marketing budget and are tired of spending money on glossy ads and television commercials that cost more and accomplish less. This is especially true during a time where consumers are spending all of their time on video games and Internet surfing. These executives know that marketing is important to the success of their business, what they are in the dark on is what kind and how much best.
This is one of the primary reasons that more and more companies are moving their marketing dollars from print and television ads over to direct and Internet marketing. This method of marketing provides companies with fast and accurate measurements of the type of impact their marketing efforts are having on their target audience. The best part is that net and direct marketing only cost a fraction of the cost of traditional media advertising. For example, Daimler Chrysler relies on television ads n favor of events where addresses, profiles, and names of prospective customers are available for tracking and collection. They also push online advertising and direct marketing where they can easily measure response rates. They are investing their money in marketing and media outlets that produce hard data to support their return.
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