DMNotes is DMN's continually updated blog featuring short takes on marketing, data, and other information.
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.
Tarek Fadel, founder of FADEL, dishes on rights management, and how marketers are experiencing legal challenges similar to the media industry in the 2000s.
Five ways to be customer-first data collectors
Trying to reach gamers on mobile might not be the best idea. During the run-up to E3, anyway.
DMN is, for the first time, launching a Best Places to Work in marketing technology special issue.
Marketing Hall of Femme honorees explain the importance of the award.
Throughout this week, practitioners and thought-leaders share commentary on our theme topic
Here are 10 recent DMN articles that deal with marketing's version of AI, and the prominence of the subject.
Hootsuite founder and CEO, Ryan Holmes, dishes on why social media is not just important for brands, but for the heads of the brands as well.
The chatbot revolution continues, but poor quality control and confusion of terms weighs heavily on adoption
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