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What is DICE?

INK’s Data Informed Customer Engagement model, or DICE is a powerful way to drive leads, engagement and conversions—all in less than 60 days.

At the center of this model is content, lots of content. We quickly produce dozens of original assets and watch for patterns in the data to optimize our campaigns in near-real time.

Leveraging powerful audience profiling tools, we target the exact audience you want to engage with compelling content, delivering deeper engagement and more qualified leads.

How does it work?

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See how we helped Griffin Capital generate $148M+ in new leads in just 6 weeks.

“Incredible!   I was not expecting results to pop this quickly. What a great campaign!”

Diana Keary, SVP, Head of Marketing, Griffin Capital

“INK delivers as promised. Quality content, data-driven insight, and 200+ qualified leads in the first week... very impressive!”

George Rupp, Managing Director, Walker & Dunlop Investment Partners

“INK has developed a revolutionary model to support the financial services industry, and their results are unparalleled. This is game-changing!”

Ben Carmona, Managing Partner, Perch

“INK grew our brand and generated immediate leads for our core business. As we continue to launch new programs, INK's results-focused campaigns are an excellent fit for our goals.”

James Brunger, EVP, National Sales, Capital Square

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