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WATCH YOUR WEB CONVERSIONS GROW

Bridging the gap between products & customers through #personalization

Friday March 19, 2021

12:00 - 1:00 PM WAT

Ever wonder the difference between website marketing and social media marketing? Well, it is Personalization. As your company has various products, so do different customer interested vary among your products.

So how do you ensure that each customer gets to see what they have interests in? The answer is Website Personalization.

Website Personalization is the process of creating customized experiences for visitors to a website. Rather than providing a single, broad experience, website personalization allows companies to present visitors with unique experiences tailored to their needs and desires.

In this webinar, you’ll learn:

  • Why your marketing content needs to be personalized
  • How personalization can help increase your website engagement
  • Winning Industry Personalization Use Cases
  • Industry outlook on Personalization

Claim your seat for this webinar

Chukwudi Nwokike

Client Success Manager, Netcore Africa

He has worked with brands from different sector of the economy who are willing to leverage on internet Technology to increase their revenue. In addition, clients who are dependent on internet revenue for survival dependent on him to deliver an optimized campaign that would give maximum ROI.

Funmilayo Falola

Head Marketing and corporate communications, Wema Bank

An outgoing and passionate marketing professional seeking to improve customer experience. Funmilayo has hands-on experience in brand management, advertising, public relations and event management. Her passion for effective communication and natural drive for success motivates her to deliver high-quality work

Ajibola Olayiwola

Head Marketing, Konga

Ajibola is a career marketing professional with over 8 years experience working on big global brands at the biggest media agencies in Nigeria like Bytesize (aff. Starcom Mediavest Group) and Algorithm Media (WPP/Group M). He previously led the digital discipline for WPP/Group M (Mediacom, Mindshare, Maxus) in Nigeria and a few sub-Saharan Africa markets.