Markets, globally, have transformed drastically in the wake of technological advancements that are revolutionising the very lives in live in this century. Artificial intelligence is no more a figment of science fiction and futurist stories; it is very much the truth of how we interact with the world around us. The core advantage of artificial intelligence is its ability to process huge chunks of information and identify data patterns and trends that allow a deeper understanding of the respective subject. Retail marketing has taken to artificial intelligence like a fish to water.
In order to boost their products in the market, sales teams of every retail institution rely of data — data that allows them to understand the market they are catering to and attempting to attract. Moreover, there is nothing better that artificial intelligence to make sense of huge pools of data. Apart from the ability to collect and collate data, artificial intelligence has transformed the game in another significant manner. The process of boosting a product and converting that into a sale relies on the brand’s ability to establish a relationship with the consumer — every single one of them — and artificial intelligence can help in powering these relationships. Having churned enormous proportions of consumer data, artificial intelligence can supply information to the sales teams that would help them get closer to the consumer and strike up a conversation. Artificial intelligence can identify patterns in the collected data and predict sale patterns to ensure that marketing strategies are tuned to meet the expectations of the consumers at large.
Boosting products is an essential focus of marketing, and the impact of artificial intelligence on the process is only slated to grow from here.
Personalise Customer Experience
The truth of modern day marketing is that ‘personalisation works’. It would be safe to assume that consumers are more attracted to brands and products that speak exclusively to their demands and needs. Behind the screen, artificial intelligence would employ complex algorithms to identify trends in a consumer’s browsing patterns and buying habits; these would them be translated into tangible insights into the consumer’s need, want, or demand. This would create the impression that the brand values the consumer, cares about their specific personal choices, and directs them to products that they are more likely to buy.
This method becomes handier in the age of digital marketing. A majority of modern retail buyers and shoppers turn to shopping sites or the portals of brands to find the products they need and learn about other offers up for grab. The volume of generic advertisement that one goes through would make it difficult for brands to attract the targeted consumer if they are not talking directly to them about their immediate needs.
Consumers are increasingly open about sharing their personal data in assurance of receiving personalised marketing messages rather than generic sales pitches for random products. With chatbots in the mix, artificial intelligence is already on the way of revolutionising the relationship between the seller and buyer.
As important as making the sale is the need to maintain a positive relation with the consumer to ensure that ensure product loyalty. Artificial intelligence is proving to be a game changer in this aspect as well. The array of products available and the myriad of promotional campaigns makes every brand and product a fleeting image in the sensory overload of advertisements. It is essential for companies to understand that their process of boosting their product should always be complemented with an extreme customer engagement. This enhances the relatability quotient of the product and ensure that it is easy to recall during a purchase decision. The unstructured data from the market can make it difficult for the marketing teams to reach out to each consumer personally. Chatbots powered with artificial intelligence can be the solution to the cluttered chaos. Brands can use the information and the technology to reach out to consumers — existing and potential — engage them through online interactions, surveys, and feedback forms to ensure that they completely understand the market forces that would influence their product.
Despite a growing affinity for everything digital among the general populace, human often crave the comfort and warmth of talking to another human before making a purchase decision. It is imperative that the brand would have to find ways in which they can use artificial intelligence to mimic human conversations and reduce the pressure on the telemarketing teams. Augmented chatbots can answer simple queries and engage consumers in basic conversation. This could solve their problems and answer their queries; and for those who seek further assistance, the chatbots can automatically connect to the department where they can find their answers. This will ensure that the consumers do not abandon a product from the frustration of not receiving a proper after sale service.
Implication of Artificial Intelligence
In a world of fleeting loyalties, brands will have to go all out to ensure that they remain the consumers’ first choice. The sheer range of implications of artificial intelligence in boosting a product is grand. The brand will have to organise their networks in order to ensure that they can absorb the full potential of artificial intelligence in their services. Basic requirement for a brand going forward from here is the need to build an infrastructure that allows the seamless integration of artificial intelligence into the existing standard procedures that are followed across the organisation.
The digital market place is replete with brands competing in a cutthroat race to grab the attention of consumers and take their money. Brands attempting to survive the digital age will have to recognise ways that optimises their presence of the screen. It is not entirely difficult for companies to generate the information that would help them build a robust marketing strategy. Most consumers online are willing to share their preferences. The challenge lies in using technology to their advantage and building an experience for the consumer that is beyond the features of the product.
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