Early Adopter A segment that is highly likely to adopt a new technology, and may also exhibit a high degree of leadership and possibly influencing power. This segment consists of approximately 13.51%. They’re often more willing to wait in line. Less price sensitive, and willing to exchange having early access to the product even if it means sacrificing some refinements.« Back to Glossary Index
It’s going to be a long while before AI truly takes over from humans, if it ever will. The companies that use AI most effectively will be those that work with it, and allow it to take over processes that can and should be automated, freeing up employees to be more creative than ever, to connect dots they wouldn’t otherwise, and to be great translators of data.
Are people dying to get their hands on your service or product? How much is the demand for your product, and to what extent would you satisfy that demand?
There’s a lot of fear around AI’s threat to disrupt a wide swath of jobs, and there seem to be a lot of good reasons why this will be the case. But there’s also no need to panic. Just as the Industrial Revolution disrupted countless jobs, a significant amount were also created.
Without hyperbole, the magic of artificial intelligence in marketing is its pattern recognition. And this ability to analyze and unpack behavior patterns empowers your loyalty marketing, which is by itself, already magic too.
How do you personalize at a high level for effective conversions? It depends on how you use today’s technology, not just in personalizing, but listening at scale.
Now we’re officially in the GDPR age, when you can face heavy fines if you put a toe out of line when it comes to audience privacy. Does that mean your data for personalized marketing is off-limits?
We have all felt the pain of too much "noise," from overflowing personal and professional inboxes, to unceasing and unwanted spam calls. Even traditional means like postcards, flyers, and brochures add to items we recycle, or in a fit of pique simply throw away.