In this white paper, you’ll learn:
  • Why the old 5 Ps of marketing aren’t quite cutting it in today’s digital world
  • What the new 5 Ps are and why they matter
  • Why digital transformation is essential to marketing success today
  • How the new 5 Ps drive real business results
  • How CDPs, DMPs, and CRMs handle (or don’t handle) digital transformation via the 5 Ps
  • How your company is doing with the new 5 Ps today

Vital to driving mobile advertising success is the ability to leverage audience data across devices, then delivering a consistent experience to potential customers regardless of what device they’re using.

This paper will help you learn how to effectively identify your customers’ various devices, and then create campaigns for the mobile experience.

Download your copy of this informative guide to learn:

  • Understanding the role of mobile ad exchanges
  • How to leverage the popularity of mobile devices
  • 5 mobile advertising best practices, including: audience targeting, mobile creative optimization, and how to choose the right ad format

As the first composable customer data platform (CDP) built for enterprises, Lytics’ vision is to fuel the world’s most customer-centric companies. Lytics provides the ultimate security and flexibility for the modern marketing and ad technology stacks, including unparalleled audience insights & AI / ML enrinchments that power smarter audience identification, best-in-class media activation, and a one-of-a-kind flexible and composable architecture. Offering reverse ETL capabilities and the ability to deploy both private instance & private cloud deployments, Lytics’ unique data-driven approach enables brands to leverage their own customer data to increase customer engagement, marketing ROI, customized content recommendations and personalized web experiences.

So, if the old 5 Ps aren’t hyper-relevant to marketing jobs these days, where should we actually focus our energies? The answer lies in another set of 5 Ps—one that has grown and will grow with the evolving roles and technologies of marketing teams.