Trying out new approaches makes being a marketer exciting. Even when faced with limited resources, figuring out what works and what doesn’t can be both creative and rewarding.
There comes a point where once campaigns are up and running, it’s not about either getting things moving or reinventing the wheel. So what should marketers do in this scenario? How can CMOs and CROs lead change? And how can marketers focus on being better, rather than getting hung up on being “the best”?
Optimization provides an answer. By both fostering a culture of continual improvement, and by looking at the whole customer journey from acquisition and conversion, through to driving retention and loyalty, marketers can continue to improve their results.