A contextual strategy allows marketers to create tailored messages to each individual consumer. These messages are crafted and sent based on the data points collected throughout the customer’s lifecycle. For example, marketers can send dynamic emails that change in real time according to weather, time, location and other contextual data—making sure the message is always relevant at the time of open.
In the digital world, consumers expect these real-time relevant interactions with brands. Brands that include contextual marketing in their strategy will not only satisfy the individual needs of each customer but will also create proprietary customer intelligence which they can leverage against their competition.