Omnichannel Marketing

Positive but disconnected brand interactions aren’t cutting it—consumers want an integrated, seamless experience across devices and channels.

Omnichannel marketing is your brand’s ability to connect experiences across online presences (e.g., website, social media, advertising, email, SMS, CTV, and apps) as well as offline presences (retail stores, events, call centers, direct mail, and outdoor advertising). Why is it important? Connecting these experiences is what truly bonds your brand and your customers—it gives you the ability to understand and guide each customer’s unique journey and maximize your ROI.

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Multichannel vs. omnichannel marketing

Many marketers still consider omnichannel marketing and multichannel marketing (not to mention cross-channel marketing) interchangeable terms. They are not. In fact, understanding the difference is the key to fully grasping the business value of omnichannel marketing.

Multichannel marketing is focused on selling specific products or services.

Omnichannel marketing is focused on engaging the consumer about his or her needs.

In other words, even though multichannel marketing may involve more than one channel, each channel employs a one-dimensional strategy. Omnichannel marketing has all your channels working together to create a unified brand experience targeting individuals. That enables you to learn more about each customer, personalize experiences, and grow profitable relationships over time. In fact, omnichannel marketers have a 90% higher retention rate than single channel marketers.

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Why ƵAPP for omnichannel marketing

Now that you understand the value of an omnichannel marketing strategy, consider the unique benefits and capabilities that ƵAPP offers:

More benefits of omnichannel marketing

Omnichannel marketing is more than just an exercise in orchestration. Here are definitive ways omnichannel marketing can impact your overall strategy.

Personalized, relevant messaging: Ensure that content and offers are personalized at every stage of the customer lifecycle.

Consistent positive brand experience: Customers will interact with your brand in whatever channels they choose. Make sure your value is always clear.

Marketing to the right context: Relevance isn’t just an offer or a message, it is engaging in the right moment, in the preferred channel, and at the peak of interest.

Continuity in communication: Remember the goal is to guide customers through the buyer’s journey. Make sure every channel contributes to the message.

Data-driven marketing: Use the information you possess to understand your customers and engage them in meaningful ways using the right channels.

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