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The goals of any marketing campaign are simple, get your message in front of prospective clients, and gain as much data as possible from those that you are interacting with. There have been some changes recently that may impact the way that marketers gain the insight they need to effectively run a campaign. Google has announced that they will begin altering the way that images are sent from servers. Google will now send images from their servers rather than from the originator’s server. This change in images and the information attached means several things when it comes to running a successful marketing campaign. On a positive note the changes are predicted to increase the open rate when it comes to email campaigns. Now since the recipient does not need to wait for the images to load, when a person views the text it will now count as an open email. This information around open rates has been confirmed in part by both Mailchimp and Aweber, although no one is providing specific details around how drastic a difference in open rates will be seen with this new transition.
However, on the flip side, even though your message will be seen by more people which is a marketer’s dream this new perk comes with a sacrifice of information which is never a good thing in marketing. Now, as a marketer you will lose insight into IP addresses, as well as the type of device that the user used to open the email. According to Google the changes are meant to protect their users, but it is still a tough break for marketers who are looking for as much information as possible while they get to know their consumer.
These changes are just the latest in an ever-changing marketing world. Only time will tell how these changes will play out. Will you see a dramatic increase in brand awareness, or in the end will you lose valuable information that then becomes irreplaceable? What are your thoughts on how these changes will impact you?
Our clients leave us to worry about these things – and we don’t worry. Contact ICT Marketing and we’ll show you what we mean.
As a top industry expert with more than 20 years of marketing experience, Sarah Giometti founded Provaro Marketing in 2009 after developing her marketing savvy as a marketing and graphic design professional within one of the top mechanical contractors in the U.S. and a large medical group. Sarah has a passion for marketing solutions that drive measurable results specific to local businesses. Sarah has integrated this dedication to growth-focused digital marketing strategies into the business practices at Provaro. As a small business owner herself, Sarah knows how vital growth remains for any small business, which is why she focuses on the best strategies for local business growth.
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