Email automation is a strategy backed by strong metrics. It doesn't have much of a downside, either, as long as you don't overcomplicate things.
Some brands don't target well enough, while others go way too far, creeping people out. With personalized marketing, striking a delicate balance is the key.
Big data and email marketing have a surprisingly symbiotic relationship, where each one makes the other better, something that will only increase in the future.
It's easy to think of customers as fish you can bait with discounts. It's also lazy. Marketers should adopt the B2B mentality of solving customers' problems.
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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.
New statistics show the explosion of original digital programming viewership and ad blocker usage. Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and Amazon have new features, too.
The past week in digital was once again dominated by video: interactive videos on Facebook and Instagram, YouTube's live streaming and Amazon challenging Netflix.
Inboxes are so crowded, how can a marketer stand out? Here are eight brands that cut through the noise with great emails. Also, we are all about alliteration.
For beginners, buying ads can be a confusing labyrinth of jargon and acronyms. To help you make sense of them, we've compiled this (we hope) helpful glossary.