Speakers at IBM Amplify zero in on a better way to think about marketing strategy—the customer-to-business approach.
B2C and B2B marketers each have their own set of strategies and challenges, but they also have approaches that can apply to the other's marketing tactics.
Who can take data and turn it into insight? The candy man can.
Using content marketing to connect with the right customers in an authentic way.
Two lessons from B2B companies that B2C businesses can use to improve their marketing performance.
Omnichannel changes everything, doesn't it? Historically, direct response strategies have occupied an interesting, but small niche. Not so any longer.
A Listrak/Harris Interactive study finds that men and women are about equally responsive to email marketing.
B2B SMBs want intimate engaged social communities, while their B2C counterparts crave large social followings
B2B companies have a growing interest in social, but also have ongoing frustrations with how to gauge its impact, according to Webmarketing123's new "State of Digital Marketing 2012 Report."
In any online marketing role you often have performance targets set both in terms of volume and cost-per-action. But many online marketers struggle with how to measure lifetime customer value.
With Obamacare provisions soon to take effect, insurance companies need to be more adept at b-to-c marketing than ever.
Sandra Zoratti, VP of marketing solutions at Ricoh discusses the changing landscape of b-to-b marketing.
With each individual able to carry their business around with them on a tablet or phone, b-to-b marketing has sought a number of ways to reach on-the-go executives.
Real-time marketing is the latest buzz word in the direct marketing industry. The term defines consumer expectations of marketing and response immediacy.
Joe Saracino, CMO of Hill Holliday subsidiary Erwin-Penland, an interactive, direct mail and advertising agency, discusses his new position and the transition from client-side to agency-side marketer.
Hoover's ventured into the business-to-consumer market for the first time on September 30 with the launch of Jobseeker Reports. Available for download at Hoovers.com/jobseeker, each report includes company description, contact information, top competitors, recent company news, stock performance and key financials. The price is $19.95 and up per report.
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SK&A is a leading provider of U.S. healthcare information solutions and databases. As ...