Besting Your Competitors At the Omnichannel Customer Experience

Brands are beginning to deliver on the holistic omnichannel customer experience - download our guide to Omnichannel Marketing in Practice to make sure that your organization is up there with the best of them!

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Morag Cuddeford-JonesMarch 7, 2019
  • Content Management
  • Digital Marketing
  • Content Marketing

How do you join a race that’s already well and truly underway? Well, at the beginning of course and with a bullet proof plan of attack!

Delivering the omnichannel experience to your customers, speaking to them in the right moment with the right message and via the right channel, is a tried and tested practice for some brands but for others, it can seem totally out of reach. Knowing where to start is daunting. The end delivery on the omnichannel experience is dependent upon cross-organizational change and support such as C-level buy in, dismantling departmental silos, and the centralization of assets and information, to name but a few.

But brands are doing it, and with success, and this means that it is only a matter of time until your customers come to expect the same from you. Perhaps they already do.

If you want to meet these expectations then downloading the whitepaper Getting Started with Omnichannel Marketing is a good place to start, presenting high quality topical research and practical guidance on how and when to get started with omnichannel marketing, and what that means for your content strategy.

In this guide to omnichannel marketing, you will learn:

  • Why an omnichannel marketing strategy is integral to delivering the omnichannel customer experience
  • What this means for your content strategy
  • How to build your omnichannel solution
  • How to recognize your successes and failures along the way, and rectify for the future
Morag Cuddeford-Jones
Morag has been a marketing journalist and editor for 20 years but is still trying to convince herself that she doesn’t look it. She came to journalism after a brief flirtation with the music and entertainment industry, which ended when she discovered that she nurtured a passionate dislike of any tunes not produced in 1985.

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