How do you create an ideal marketing machine that can drive acquisition and retention of your customers? Performance marketing can empower your organization to make savvy marketing decisions in an optimal way. Layering machine learning and artificial intelligence on top of that will supercharge this process and take your marketing strategy to the next level.
In this course, you will explore key aspects of performance marketing to enable you to plan effective performance marketing campaigns that will lead your organization to success. You will use your new skills to design a performance marketing strategy. You will analyze your customer's journey and determine what parts of the marketing process can be supercharged by integrating machine learning and AI. In addition, you will seek ways to responsibly manage your customer's data and privacy in order to gain and maintain their trust in your organization.
KEY COURSE TAKEAWAYS
Design a performance marketing strategy
Identify opportunities in which you can use AI to augment your marketing processes
Recognize the primary threats to trust for your customers and determine how to safeguard their privacy
Assistant Professor of Marketing, Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University
Professor Clarence Lee is an assistant professor at the Johnson Graduate School of Management, where he is a Breazzano Family Sesquicentennial Fellow. Professor Lee’s research examines the drivers behind consumer adoption, usage, and purchase dynamics of digital goods, where he models consumer behavior using Bayesian statistics, structural econometrics, and machine learning techniques. Digital products and platforms, such as the ones produced by many Silicon Valley and NYC tech start-ups, are increasingly present in almost all consumer interactions. In such settings, understanding consumer choice and the dynamics of engagement and usage become critically important in order to acquire, serve, and retain consumers. He currently teaches Digital Marketing and Data Analytics & Modeling at both the Ithaca and Cornell Tech campuses.
Professor Lee received his doctorate from Harvard Business School and holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in electrical engineering and computer science from MIT. Prior to pursuing graduate studies, he has conducted nanotechnology research at IBM and space system design at MIT Lincoln Laboratory.