Despite the opportunity to target customers based on their locations, just 22% of marketers agree that they are exploiting hyperlocal advertising to its full ... 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.
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With the New Year just around the corner, this is an opportune time to evaluate and refine the fundamental processes affiliated with the execution of digital marketing campaigns.
The digital landscape of 2015 was defined by a mobile-first approach to commerce and content consumption. As we enter 2016, marketers can expect the demand for such to increase.
Marketers are preparing to pull out all the stops to compete for consumers' attention during the most epic shopping weekend of the holiday season. Here's how SMBs can get in on the action.
As mobile tech continues to advance, marketers can use algorithms for dark data to drive micro-moments, ultimately improving the customer journey by catering to users' immediate needs.
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