Webinar: 2018 Email Agency Buyer’s Guide Review

Webinar: 2018 Email Agency Buyer’s Guide Review

Join us on Wednesday 11/28/18 at 1 PM for results of our 2018 Email Agency Buyer’s Guide. During this sixty minute session, principals from The Relevancy Group will review data from the recently published 2018 Email Agency Buyer’s Guide – exploring the methodology, the participants, and digging into the specific attributes that differentiate these agencies from their peers.

Attend this webinar to explore and discuss:
• Key trends driving agency adoption
• Which email agencies excel in which areas
• How brands and marketers are leveraging email agencies to maximum benefit
• Top challenges and considerations when selecting an agency

Speakers:
• David Daniels, CEO & Founder – The Relevancy Group
• Nicholas Einstein, VP of Research – The Relevancy Group

Register and get a recording of the webinar.

The Relevancy Group Releases Email Agency Buyer’s Guide, AI Market Spotlight Guide and Issue 19 of The Marketer Quarterly

The Relevancy Group Releases Email Agency Buyer’s Guide, AI Market Spotlight Guide and Issue 19 of The Marketer Quarterly

BOSTON – Nov. 5, 2018 — The Relevancy Group, a leading market research and advisory firm today released “The Relevancy Ring – Email Agency Buyer’s Guide.”  The research evaluates five email agencies that include BrightWave, DEG, Inbox Marketer, Trendline Interactive and Yes Marketing. Vendors are evaluated on customer satisfaction and services capabilities.

The company today also released “Artificial Intelligence Market Spotlight Guide” which analyzes the latest trends in the utilization of AI in marketing and spotlights four vendors that are delivering exciting AI innovations. The Relevancy Group highlights four leading vendors including Adobe, OneSpot, Return Path, and Selligent.

The Relevancy Ring – Email Agency Buyer’s Guide is available for $2495.00, Artificial Intelligence Market Spotlight Guide is available for $999 and both are included in The Relevancy Group’s research subscription that includes 38 reports annually.

The Relevancy Group will be hosting several upcoming webinars to discuss the findings. You can register for webinars at www.relevancygroup.com/events

An excerpt of this research is also included in issue 19 of The Marketer Quarterly, The Relevancy Group’s digital magazine. Register to get a free subscription to The Marketer Quarterly online or via the MQ app for any iOS, Android and Amazon. www.marketerquarterly.com

The Relevancy Group releases their Email Marketing Buyer’s Guide and Issue 17 of The Marketer Quarterly

The Relevancy Group releases their Email Marketing Buyer’s Guide and Issue 17 of The Marketer Quarterly

BOSTON – March 19, 2018 – PRLog — The Relevancy Group, a leading market research and advisory firm today released “The Relevancy Ring – ESP Buyer’s Guide, 2018 – Enterprise Edition.”  The research evaluates six enterprise EPSs (Email/Everychannel Service Providers) including Adobe, Cheetah Digital, Epsilon Agility Harmony, MessageGears, Salesforce Marketing Cloud and Zeta Global. Vendors are evaluated on customer satisfaction, product functionality, services capabilities, innovation, and breadth.

The massive 38-page report also provides details on every aspect of vendor selection and market analysis on email marketing trends as well as deep inspection of the platforms evaluated.

The Relevancy Group CEO and Founder, David Daniels said, “This is our fifth annual ESP Buyer’s Guide and this year the Relevancy Rings are specific to each vendor which measures their functionality and satisfaction against participant and industry averages. The functionality highlighted relate to three key themes that are most important to enterprise marketers. They are — Automation, Analysis/Attribution, and Real-time.”

Some of the research findings include:

– ESP continues to mature from Everychannel to Experience through the enablement real-time contextual-rich information that mechanized the delivery of an improved customer experience. This data-driven approach to automation across every channel can embody location, preference, behavioral, attitudinal and other data important to the customer experience.

– AI and machine learning are a fixture in many ESP solutions. The ability to leverage machine learning to improve offers, predict the best journey, automate data integration, and simply take over tasks that a marketer used to have to do are present in many of the enterprise ESPs that we reviewed.

– Progressive profiling had related to capturing customer preferences over time. Now in the age of site tags to capture customer signals and apply AI/machine learning, it is possible to target and segment customers at the individual level in real-time. Many marketers and ESPs are moving to an approach that utilizes real-time data and automation to deliver highly relevant individualized experience

The Relevancy Ring – ESP Buyer’s Guide, 2018 Enterprise Edition is available for purchase at $2495.00 and is included in The Relevancy Group’s Research Subscriber Series.

An excerpt of the research is also included in issue 17 of The Marketer Quarterly, the digital magazine, and app for marketers by marketers. Register to get a free subscription to The Marketer Quarterly online or via the MQ app for any iOS, Android, and Amazon.

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Email Marketing Mobile Readiness in 2018

How Mobile Ready is Your Email Marketing Program?

In Q4 of 2017, The Relevancy Group (TRG) conducted research on the mobile usage, preferences, and habits of over a thousand U.S. consumers. The research also utilized TRG executive surveys from 2017 and a questionnaire that captured the mobile capabilities from the ten leading Email/Everychannel Service Providers (ESP). Thank you to those ESP vendors and to the sponsors of this research, Branch, BrightWave and Moloco.

Download the research for free with registration.

Enjoy the on-demand webinar Email Marketing Mobile Readiness in 2018.

Key Questions:
What consumer behavior trends should influence email marketing mobile strategies?
How are marketers utilizing mobile apps and what is necessary to optimize that experience?
How important is deep linking and deferred deep linking and what are the benefits they offer?
How mobile ready are the leading ESPs (Email/Everychannel Service Providers)?

Report Excerpt:
For consumers across the US, the mobile phone has quickly become the vehicle of choice for communicating with brands and marketers online. Consumers today engage with brands through mobile apps and email on their mobile devices, more often than they do through their desktop or laptop computers. On the mobile device, itself, consumers clearly prefer apps to the mobile web as demonstrated by metrics like time spent, conversion rate and average order value – all significantly higher in apps than on mobile web, or, in many cases, even desktop. This paradigm shift away from the desktop has come with big opportunities as marketers can now leverage real-time data and location variables to drive more relevant an immersive experiences at the times and places where they can create the most value. Capitalizing on the opportunities can, for many marketers, be challenging, but data indicate that the major vendors in the Email Marketing/Everychannel space are now beginning to provide the tools, technology, partnerships, and services to enable marketers and delight consumers.

This research highlights the importance of addressing audiences away from the desktop, explores and compares the features, functionality, partnerships, and services that are important to various buyers of marketing technology for email, and provides analyst insight into how brands and marketers can best position themselves for mobile success.

The Research: 18 pages, 7 Charts, 4,241 words. Sponsored by Branch, BrightWave and Moloco. Learn more about the sponsors in this research document.

New Issue of The Marketer Quarterly

Issue 13 of The Marketer Quarterly is available with registration

This issue includes:
– An excerpt of TRG’s ESP Buyer’s Guide
– A day in the life of eBay’s CMO
– How Campbell’s Soup is using social
– Ikea talks about its American Dream
– Rue21 CMO’s digital trek
– 5 Steps to master mobile video
– 21st Century A&R Rules in the Music Business
– and much much more …

Get The Marketer Quarterly online or via The Apps.

Research Subscriber Series – 2017

The Relevancy Group Research Subscriber Series – The 2017 Offering

What is it? An annual subscription to our 2017 research The Relevancy Groupthat includes access to our back catalog of original hypothesis driven research.  Each coverage area will produce 12 original reports in 2017, which should not be confused with our sponsored research which is available for free with registration.  The Research Subscriber Series includes our Relevancy Ring Buyer’s Guides, market landscapes and tactical advice that is based on executive and consumer surveys as well as case studies.  Each report comes with 30 minutes of inquiry time allowing to go one-on-one with the analyst that authored and/or contributed to the research. We provide direct access to answers.

Who are the authors? The Relevancy Group is proud to have the most tenured research staff of any analyst/research firm in the industry. All of our analysts have at least 15 years of experience in their coverage area as a practitioner, industry analyst – or both. Learn more about our team.

What does it cost? Each coverage area is available for $5,000.00 which includes 12 new reports a year plus access to previous Research Subscriber Series from that coverage area. Purchase all three coverage areas and get 32 original research reports and analyst access for $15,000.00 dollars. This is a tremendous discount to purchasing our research on a one-off basis and a fantastic value for any organization seeking the latest analysis. As a former Jupiter Research and Forrester Research executive I also know it is the most affordable comprehensive apporach to delivering the best original research with the most tenured staff.

What are the coverage areas?  There are three distinct coverage areas, yet our analysts do collaborate to ensure that we have a consistent understanding of these disparate topics. The coverage area and research topics for each are as follows:

  • Email/Everychannel Marketing
  • Madtech, the marriage of Martech and Adtech
  • Social Marketing and Publishing

Email MarketingEmail/Everychannel Marketing 2017 Report List            *report titles subject to change

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Report Title Month
Consumer Marketing Trends January
TRR ESP Buyers Guide 2017 February
State of Email Industry 2017 March
Email Acquisition Tactics April
Fast Marketing: A Real-Time Data Case Study May
Email Hygiene Vendor Landscape June
Best Practices Round-up 2017 July
2017 Martech Innovators August
TRR Email Agency Buyer’s Guide 2017 September
Machine Learning in Email Marketing October
Holiday Email Marketing Guide November
Adaptive Content Case Studies December


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Madtech (Martech+Adtech) 2017 Report List *report titles subject to change Identity Marketing       

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Report Title Month
Emergence of Madtech 2017: How DMPs are Enabling People-Based Marketing January
Programmatic Advertising Trends in 2017 February
Mobile Identity Resolution March
People Based Marketing Trends 2017 April
Madtech, DMP Buyer’s Guide 2017 May
State of Identity Management 2017 June
Video Advertising Trends July
Madtech Services Landscape –  Best Practices to Selecting an Agency August
2017 Madtech Vendor Innovators September
Madtech Data – How First Party Data is Being Utilized October
Consumer Advertising Trends November
Beyond The Walled Garden – Growing a New Farm December

ORDER YOUR SUBSCRIPTION HERE, $5,000.00 Annually | Questions about this offering – ask us!Social Marketing and Publishing 2017 Report List *report titles subject to changeSocial Marketing     

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Report Title Month
All About Attribution January
Consumer Social Trends February
Social Acquisition Advertising March
Snapchat – Marketing Guide & Tactics April
Facebook – Marketing Guide & Tactics May
Video Marketing Trends June
2017 Social Vendor Innovators July
Mobile App Marketing August
Social Publishing Landscape September
Customer Experience – Social Listening  Case Study October
Social Marketing Amid Fake News November
The New Paper – Social Publishing Case Study December

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The Relevancy Group Sells Assets of its RFP Consulting Business to Marketing Democracy

For Immediate Release                                Contact: Tina Mosetis 516-458-2090 / Tina@YellowBeanllc.com

The Relevancy Group Sells Assets of its RFP Consulting Business to Marketing Democracy

Boston, MA, December 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The Relevancy Group, a leading Research and Advisory firm announced today it has entered into an agreement to sell the assets of its RFP (Request For Proposal) Consulting business to Marketing Democracy, LLC, a firm lead by former Relevancy Group VP of Consulting, Chris Marriott.

The deal allows The Relevancy Group to focus on its growing Research and Advisory Services, including expanded coverage areas for Social, Identity Management and Relevancy Ring Buyer’s Guides. The Relevancy Group will continue to advise buyers of technology through its research and advisory services but will no longer be managing RFPs. The RFP process, from discovery through vendor selection, will be managed by Marketing Democracy via their quantifiable scorecard driven process. In the all-cash deal, Marketing Democracy acquires all of the assets and staff that formerly made up The Relevancy Group consulting practice. Marketing Democracy manages RFPs for some of the world’s largest brands.

“Chris and I are very pleased with the way this deal enables both businesses to continue to grow. Over the past few months, we have found it necessary to accommodate growth requiring focus on very different needs of our respective clients. This is a win-win for us, and for the industry in general,” said David Daniels CEO and Founder of The Relevancy Group.

“This deal allows Marketing Democracy to fund our expansion in 2016. I am thrilled to build on the legacy methodology that I developed with David at The Relevancy Group and helping marketers find the best technology partners for their programs and budgets. 2016 is shaping up to be a big year for us,” said Chris Marriott, President and Founder of Marketing Democracy.

The two separate businesses will operate independently of each other. The deal is expected to close on December 31, 2015.

About The Relevancy Group, LLC | www.relevancygroup.com

Founded in 2010, The Relevancy Group (TRG) provides market research, survey design and advisory services. Working with leading brands, vendors, startups and associations, TRG acts as an educator and trusted advisor, optimizing omnichannel connected marketing strategies and tactics. TRG publishes research on email, social, mobile, display, data management, digital marketing, Identity Management, wearables, and the Internet of Things. TRG publishes The Marketer Quarterly, the free digital magazine for marketers by marketers. http://www.marketerquarterly.com/subscribe

 

About Marketing Democracy, LLC |http://www.marketing-democracy.com

Founded in 2016, the Marketing Democracy, LLC provides email marketers with a range of consulting services around vendor selection (RFPs), vendor migration, and email marketing optimization.  Clients include Fortune 500 companies in the retail, publishing, insurance and travel & hospitality industries.  Representing 18-20 billion emails out to bid every year, the Marketing Democracy has unparalleled insight into the pricing models and services quality of the leading enterprise email and multichannel service providers.