Customer Acquisition: Assessing Marketer Tactics

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    Written by Joe Laszlo with David Daniels and Nicholas Einstein Digital Marketing, Customer Acquisition, Growth, Madtech

    About: Published November 2017. Contemporary marketing conventional wisdom brims with ruminations on the difficulty of customer acquisition in an age of audience fragmentation and social savviness.

    How much do marketers spend on customer acquisition?
    What tactics are marketers using for acquisition?
    What are is the acquisition budget for organizations?

    Key Findings:
    Marketers in the U.S. spend an average of $126 to acquire a new customer, with wide variances based on industry, company size, and target audience.
    A wide variety of digital tactics comes into play in acquisition campaigns, led by social media (75 percent currently use), promotional emails (70 percent), and content marketing (68 percent). 
    The average U.S. marketer reports a customer acquisition budget of close to $[in the research] although the distribution around that mean is quite wide; more than one in 10 marketers have acquisition budgets over $[read the resarch], while 15 percent have budgets under $200[buy the research]

    The Research: 10  pages, 8 Charts, 2,464 words. Part of our Research Subscriber Series.

    Item: TRGSS1517 | Madtech Marketing Research

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