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18. chapter. ONE-TO-ONE MARKETING. Prepared by Angela Zigras, Seneca College Deborah Baker, Texas Christian University. You Will Learn To. 1. Define one-to-one marketing and discuss its relationship to database technology.

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chapter

ONE-TO-ONE MARKETING

Prepared by

Angela Zigras, Seneca College

Deborah Baker, Texas Christian University

Chapter 18

you will learn to
You Will Learn To ...

1. Define one-to-one marketing and discuss its relationship to database technology.

2. Discuss the forces that have influenced the emergence of one-to-one marketing.

3. Describe the one-to-one marketing communications process.

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you will learn to1
You Will Learn To ...

4. List the advantages and disadvantages of one-to-one marketing.

5. List eight common one-to-one marketing applications.

6. Discuss the basics of one-to-one marketing database technology.

7. Discuss privacy issues related to one-to-one marketing.

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one to one marketing
One-to-One Marketing

A customer-based, information-intensive, long-term-oriented, and individualized marketing method that focuses on share of customer rather than share of market.

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what is one to one marketing

With a

Focuson...

What is One-to-One Marketing?

One-to-One

Marketing is...

Share of Customer

Customer-Based

Information-Intensive

Database

Technology

Long-Term Oriented

Through

Use of...

Individualized

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one to one marketing1

Focuses on Share of Customer

Focuses on Share of Market

One-to-One Marketing

Mass Marketing

Develops Customers

Develops Products

Finds Products for Customers

Finds Customers for Products

One-to-One Marketing

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the evolution of one to one marketing

“One-to-One”

Before Industrial

Revolution

Mass Production

“One-to-One”

Benefit of Technology

The Evolution of One-to-One Marketing

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forces influencing one to one marketing
Forces InfluencingOne-to-One Marketing

Increasing Diversity

More Demanding,

Time-Poor Consumers

Decreasing Brand Loyalty

Emergence of New

Media Alternatives

Demand for Accountability

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marketing impact of trends

Consumer recognition

as unique individuals

Marketing

Impact of

Trends

More direct and personal

marketing efforts

Rewards for loyalty

Increased importance of

One-to-One Marketing

Marketing Impact of Trends

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the new commandment of marketing s future
The New Commandment of Marketing’s Future

Know thy customer and communicate with him or her based on what you know.

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the one to one marketing communications process

Sender

Encoder

One-to-One

Message

Channel

Decoding

Receiver

The One-to-One MarketingCommunications Process

Capture of response

shapes futures message

Receiver Response

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communications process differences

Message is

Personalized

Channel is

Direct

Noise is

not present

Individual Responseis captured

Communications Process Differences

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advantages of one to one marketing
Advantages of One-to-one Marketing
  • The ability to identify the most profitable customer.
  • The ability to create long-term relationships with customers.
  • The ability to target marketing efforts only to those people most likely to be interested.
  • The ability to offer varied messages to different consumers.
  • Increased knowledge about the customer.

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disadvantages of one to one marketing
Disadvantages of One-to-one Marketing
  • Marketing databases can be costly and time consuming.
  • Databases need to be carefully planned.
  • Consumer privacy issues.

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eight common one to one marketing applications

1. Identify the best customers

2. Retain loyal customers

3. Cross-sell other products or services

4. Design targeted marketing communications

5. Reinforce consumer purchase decisions

6. Induce product trial by new customers

7. Increase the effectiveness of distribution

channel marketing

8. Improve customer service

Eight Common One-to-One Marketing Applications

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identifying the best customers
Identifying the Best Customers
  • 20% Of Customers
  • Account for 80% of Sales

80/20 RULE

APPLIES

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retaining loyal customers
Retaining Loyal Customers

Retaining an additional 5% of customers each year increases profits by 25%

Improving customer retention by 2% can decrease costs by 10%

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other marketing applications through databases
Other Marketing Applications through Databases
  • Match profiles to cross-sell other products to customers
  • Modify marketing messages based on customer profiles
  • Reach out to customers to reinforce the purchase decision

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other marketing applications through databases1
Other Marketing Applications through Databases
  • Find new customers
  • Gain insight into who is purchasing products
  • Improve customer service

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customer relationship marketing
Customer Relationship Marketing

The process of gathering, maintaining, and analyzing information about customers and prospects to implement more efficient and effective marketing communications.

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marketing database
Marketing Database

The compilation of names, addresses, and other pieces of pertinent information about individual customers and prospects that affects what and how marketers sell to them.

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building a marketing database

Analyze information to find answers

Enhance customer data

Collect the right data

Building a Marketing Database

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enhance customer data
Enhance Customer Data

Database Enhancement involves:

The collection of detailed information about the consumer.

  • Demographic
  • Lifestyle
  • Behavioural

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database enhancement
Database Enhancement

The overlay of information to customer or prospect records for the purpose of better describing or better determining the responsiveness of customers or prospects.

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customer segmentation

Demographics

Customer

Segmentation

Bases

Geographics

Purchase Behaviour

Psychographics

Customer Segmentation

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recency frequency monetary analysis
Recency-Frequency-MonetaryAnalysis

A data manipulation technique that determines the firm’s best customers by identifying those customers who have purchased most recently, most frequently, and who have spent the most money.

RFM

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lifetime value analysis
Lifetime Value Analysis

A data manipulation technique that projects the future value of the customer over a period of years using the assumption that marketing to repeat customers is more profitable than to first-time buyers.

LTV

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uses of customer lifetime value

Show expense to acquire a

new customer

Provides level of spending

to retain a customer

Provides a basis for

targeting new customers

Uses of Customer Lifetime Value

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data mining
Data Mining

The process of using statistical analysis to detect relevant purchasing behaviour patterns in a database.

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data mining1

Create customer profiles

Uses of

Data Mining

Determine the reason

for customer loyalty

Analyze the potential return for strategies

Help forecast sales

Data Mining

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one to one marketing and the internet

Create a Multimedia Marketing Initiative

Deliver Personalized Messages

Establish Enduring Customer Relationships

.com

One-to-One Marketingand the Internet

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privacy concerns with one to one marketing

Unawareness

of information collected

Invasion of

Privacy

Misunderstanding about

privacy laws and

regulations

Popularity of Internet

for data collection

Privacy Concerns withOne-to-One Marketing

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