Chris Wright of Fifty Five and Five, the digital and content marketing agency for Microsoft Partners, talks about telling stories; and warns that marketing automation tools may not be magic bullets
Two thirds of U.S. consumers who use ad blockers are willing to uninstall them on their computers. Here are the steps marketers need to take to prevent them from implementing ad blockers in the first place and convince them to stop using them.
The extended-care insurance marketer implemented a solution to turn handwritten information into digital data and speed up its lead-distribution process.
You may not know much about it (or anything about it at all), but it silently powers all the relevant connections you make with consumers
Justification for avoiding programmatic are at an all time low. Here's what marketers need to know now about the practice.
How can companies identify and eliminate disruptive experiences in the omnichannel marketing chain — before they break customer relationships? Marketing insiders weigh in.
Health insurance provider Blue Cross Blue Shield Rhode Island drove engagement, leads, and conversion through its segmented campaigns.
The Internet of Things is well known, but not well understood. Here's everything marketers need to know before diving into this latest tech trend.
Could Will Conway and his search engine stooge actually fix a presidential election by controlling what voters see on a search engine? Ummm...not really.
Trend-setting marketers are sophisticated emailers, cross-channel integrators, and digital transformation facilitators, according to a study by Salesforce.
The theme at the 2016 Adobe Summit is why and how to transform to an experience business. Adobe made several product announcements in line with that theme.
Nine out of 10 B2B marketers admit that their communications reach a significant number of people that will never do business with them.
Marketers who don't bother to learn and use customers' privacy preferences are just a creepy ad or a retargeting sofa away from losing their customers' business forever.
The trade association applauds Obama's commitment to digital marketing, but pleads for more safeguards from Washington.
Anthropologist Scott Atran paints a picture of Jihadist recruitment that should be more familiar to social media marketing teams than to Navy SEAL units.
An town hall discussion on ad blockers takes an interesting twist: Maybe it's time to kick our addiction to scale and give consumers what they want.
And cookies must give way to people-based metrics for channel integration to work, Yongyong Kennedy says.
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