Jul 22, 2021
Chris “Mercer” Mercer, Co-founder of MeasurementMarketing.io, is an in-demand measurement marketing expert. Mercer and his team have been helping marketers, marketing teams, and agencies evaluate their work, so they know how to adapt and improve. They create practical dashboards and pull actionable insights to begin forecasting and optimizing future results. In short, Mercer helps marketers measure their marketing, so they know what’s working and what’s not.
Mercer spends countless hours reading, practicing, adjusting, and innovating to improve his skill set. He has a knack for teaching and is known for simplifying even the most complex ideas for his audience. He can be found speaking at conferences and events such as Traffic & Conversion, Social Media Marketing World, and TravelCon.
It’s hard enough to collect data accurately, but how do you read it once you have it? E-commerce businesses are fully reliant on this feedback to make educated decisions in their marketing. Being able to measure it and utilize it is what separates successful businesses from struggling ones. Using services for this process can give your brand a leg up, but which services are worth the investment?
MeasurementMarketing.io works hard to earn the trust of its clients. The team is made up of professionals who know how to make sense of all the numbers and deliver the powerful information you need to move forward. Their Co-founder, Chris Mercer, started the company in 2011 and has accumulated a decade’s worth of knowledge from his hands-on consulting. He has developed a unique approach to marketing, which he’s happy to explain for those who truly want to know their numbers.
Guillaume Le Tual interviews Chris “Mercer” Mercer, the Co-founder of MeasurementMarketing.io, to find out his steps to measuring and understanding data in e-commerce. Together, they go through the three core principles for marketing and how to apply them to your business. Mercer also goes over the common mistakes he sees in the field, the most important metrics to follow, and how to properly forecast sales. Find out more by checking out this episode of the Ecommerce Wizards Podcast.