To produce and promote certain marketing tactics at-scale, Marketing Automation can be a helpful tool. With Marketing Automation, you take various tasks you’d manually perform and find ways to make it “run on its own”, leveraging data from your Customer Resource Management (CRM) tool.
Some of the most common Marketing Automation tactics include:
Marketing Automation uses workflows to determine the sequence of messages or events that should happen. Each step in the workflow has a trigger which determines when it starts (Such as waiting a number of days, or waiting for someone to click a link).
Marketing Automation is very data driven, tracking information about our target customers and using that data to what marketing is best to push towards them. This information is commonly stored in the Marketing Automation Platform itself or a CRM tool.
Common Marketing Automation platforms include: