TwentyCi helps businesses gain a deeper understanding of their clients through data driven customer insights. As a leading UK data agency, we combine our considerable expertise with market research and unique data assets to understand, segment and target the right consumers at the right time.
We specialise in providing data on one of the most valuable customer audiences: homemovers. By using our data and customer insights on the homemover audience, we can help companies learn about the motivations and intentions behind purchases, and how to use this to create well-timed, targeted and effective marketing programmes.
We are proud to have the largest homemover data audience in the UK. We have input from over 4,500 data sources to deliver over 29 billion data points per annum, all of which is factual and not modelled or sentiment based. By analysing this unrivalled data, we can understand the motivations and intentions that impact buying behaviour to improve customer targeting. We call this ‘buyhavioural’ marketing.
Buyhavioural marketing allows us to successfully reach customers at the time they are most likely to purchase. With a deeper understanding of your audience and their customer journey, we can help you greatly improve your targeting strategy and create data driven marketing programmes that deliver better results, value and ROI.
Specialising in acquisition marketing, we can create bespoke multi channel marketing campaigns, including traditional and digital marketing methods, to support your business. We’ve worked with many businesses – including household names – to provide homemover and property data, customer insights and targeted marketing campaigns. From the retail industry to finance, utilities and automotive, we have the insight and experience to help.
If you are interested in consumer insights and effective, targeted marketing programmes, get in touch with our experts today. We’re happy to discuss your needs and offer professional advice.
not modelled or sentiment based
covering both sales & rentals
when applying Buyhavioural marketing
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