DMNotes

DMNotes is DMN's continually updated blog featuring short takes on marketing, data, and other information.







DMNotes

Introducing DMNotes

Introducing DMNotes

Welcome to DMNotes, the relaunched DMN blog that covers everything from marketing strategy to politics to data to social media. If it's happening and we have a point-of-view on it, we'll cover it here. Also, we will use this space to update our recent stories and let you know about the interesting virtual and real-life events we're creating.

Snap Content Provides Glimpse into VR Future

Snap Content Provides Glimpse into VR Future

Are Snap's Spectacles the precursor to VR?

Cruz Endorsement for Trump Less Important Than His Email Lists

Cruz Endorsement for Trump Less Important Than His Email Lists

Politico: Endorsement comes long after email arrangements

Snaplytics Launches Snapchat Analytics Program

Snaplytics Launches Snapchat Analytics Program

Third-party analytics platform helps brands and influencers

Holiday Shoppers Don't Care Who Wins Election

Holiday Shoppers Don't Care Who Wins Election

It's about the economy, stupid

Saved By the Service

Saved By the Service

How one DMN staff member's sour experience with an Etsy vendor changed 180 degrees and what she learned from it.

AdBlock Plus Was Always Going to Build an Ads Marketplace

AdBlock Plus Was Always Going to Build an Ads Marketplace

Not a surprise, AdBlock has been signaling this for years

Marketo Joins the ABM Party

Marketo Joins the ABM Party

The marketing automation platform launches Marketo ABM

For Facebook, Curiosity Wins Out

For Facebook, Curiosity Wins Out

Facebook's removal of trending topics descriptions makes them a purveyor of clickbait

Politico Gets the Details on Clinton's Data Guru

Politico Gets the Details on Clinton's Data Guru

Riding an algorithm of "cost per flippable delegate", Clinton's data and analytics way ahead of the game

Brave, and the Next Phase of the Ad Blocking Saga

Brave, and the Next Phase of the Ad Blocking Saga

An ad-blocking browser that gives users a cut of ad revenue? Interesting indeed.

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