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Having a Data-Driven Marketing Program Helps You Crush the Competition

by Roseanne Luth  |  
March 29, 2016
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Most companies and marketers are just now learning "data literacy."

A survey by Kentico Software found that Big Data was the third highest priority for US digital marketers in 2015. Moreover, a recent Teradata study stated that just two in five companies report generating revenues from using their data aggressively, and an Economist Intelligence Unit survey of 530 executives found that 89% didn't believe they were significantly better than their peers at using data.

In other words, most marketers are feeling pretty data illiterate at this point.

So, you have time to put a plan in place.

What Is Data Literacy?


Becoming data literate takes understanding where the data is coming from and how it's used to sell products.

Big Data has been around for decades, but it's getting attention now because of the advent of the data collected by social and search channels.

The volume of what data aggregators can now collect astounds us. Every day, people around the world post 230 million tweets on Twitter and "like" 2.7 billion posts on Facebook. Those actions, along with user profiles, reveal each individual's interests, shopping plans, actions, and more.


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Roseanne Luth is the founder and president of Luth Research, a privately held market research company founded in 1977 and located in San Diego, California.

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