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By: Maneesha Manges
June 26th, 2020

Data-based marketing is nothing new. All marketing is based on some data. Before you reach out to any audience, you have to know a little about what makes them tick.

And everything you know counts as data. Their likes, their dislikes, their needs, their preferences. Their goals and the obstacles to their goals. All of these are data points that will help you produce a targeted, effective method.

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By: Adam Higgins
March 6th, 2020

We’ve all been there as consumers. We go to a website, place an item in our shopping cart, and then decide “Eh, maybe not. At least not yet.” We leave the page, we think on it for a few days, and maybe we come back or maybe we don’t. Maybe you’ve been on both sides of that situation, both as a marketer and a consumer.


As a marketer, you’re keen to get those people back, to reel them in, and to encourage them to complete their transaction. In the association world, this concept of “shopping cart abandonment” can become quite a bit more complex. Not only do members and customers place items in their shopping cart to purchase or abandon, they also may start taking an online course but neglect to complete it, or maybe they’ve taken the first step in an certification application but left it without finishing.  Conversion Capture, an Adestra add-on feature, is a solution that enables you to capture these individuals and market to them in a very specific way. 

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By: Adam Higgins
February 25th, 2020

There are many layers to our goals as email marketers. We want to craft well-written, high-impact messages. We want to send those messages to the right people at the right time. We want those people to actually read and engage with our messages. Thanks to standard reporting on most email systems, we have a pretty good handle on how well we’re doing with these goals. These four main KPIs (total sent, total received, total opens, and total clicks) have long been the standard for measuring the success of our email campaigns. However, these metrics don’t capture the overarching goal behind most email campaigns.

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By: Emily Nash
December 6th, 2017

We get it, marketers are under immense pressure to prove results with their digital marketing efforts. We’ve seen the buyer journey quickly shift to almost entirely online where nearly everything is measurable. Marketers are often led to over report on marketing results like vanity metrics while also over-valuing the business results such as ROI, which can hurt digital marketing performance over time.