How to Calculate the ROI of Personalization for Demand Generation

Andy zimmerman | May 16, 2016

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Measuring the return on investment for marketing activities is a constant challenge for marketers. At Evergage, we know the value of real-time personalization and have seen the significant lift it provides our customers, but we also know it can be a leap to those marketers investigating website personalization as a new initiative. After all, you shouldn’t invest in a solution without knowing the potential impact it can have on your business.

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