Big Data to Understand Consumers
Wednesday, July 21, 2021
Consumers today have access to information anytime, anywhere, including what, where and when to buy, how much to pay, among other things. This makes it increasingly important to use consumer-focused data analytics to predict how they will behave when interacting with brands.
The goal of consumer analytics is to create a single, accurate customer view to make strategic decisions about how to acquire, identify and retain them. The better the understanding of consumer buying patterns, the more accurate the prediction of consumer behavior and journey when purchasing a product or service.

Also see: "Consumer Mobility as data."

Companies can use consumer data to:

-Identify and address preference points.

-Gain a competitive advantage by having a more accurate understanding of consumers and their consumption patterns.

-Increase revenue by retaining existing customers and prioritizing potential ones.

Its main advantage is that better decisions are made based on the information gathered. These decisions lead to a number of tangible benefits, such as:

Replace subjectivity with objectivity: By making decisions based on real, concrete data, guesswork is largely eliminated when determining what consumers are looking for.

This data helps companies discover the content and information that customers value by making them want to interact with your brand or business.

Understanding consumer behavior plays an important role in knowing your target audience, which in turn leads to more focused and effective marketing strategies, and ideally, more customers.

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Marketing teams can use consumer insights to develop better and timely communication that increases engagement with prospects and customers across all channels. Having this information about a target audience can strengthen a business's ability to acquire new customers and help build mutually beneficial long-term relationships.

At PREDIK Data-Driven we develop all types of predictive models for our clients. Learn more about how we work.

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