Data does not always have to be a confusing chunk of numbers. Here's how brands use data visualization and data-informed product design to bring out data's creative side.
You'd never choose a car based just on a name, so why choose audiences that way? Making targeting decisions based on segment names degrades the data's quality.
Retargeting treats all customers the same way, regardless of their on-site behavior. Here’s why behavioral targeting with algorithms is poised to upend that model.
Over the past few weeks we’ve largely used #ClickZChat as a chance to delve into the pros and cons of content and ... read more
Real-time data, data from connected everything, actionable vs. big... where is all this big data heading, and what should marketers be aware of this year?
One of the most valuable sets, according to American Apparel's Thoryn Stephens? Each individual customer's lifetime value, something that can actually be measured.
Your customers are engaging with your business across an increasing number of touchpoints – websites, social media, in-store, mobile and tablets. But ... read more
All signs point to personalized marketing being the way to go. That's particularly relevant in the travel industry, where people aren't typically brand loyal.
Launching its POP! program two years ago, The Container Store was determined not to go the generic rewards points route. Instead, the retailer focused on data.
Twitter turned ten this week. This post isn’t about Twitter, but it made me realise how long I’d been working in the ... read more