With marketing budgets dwindling, the direct mail channel is still a valuable opportunity for travel and tourism marketers.
Getting married and not a thing to wear? David's Bridal has launched a "Dress Your Wedding" virtual contest, through which people can dress themselves and their wedding party, share their wedding plans and win cash prizes.
You'll still see plenty of car commercials on TV and ads in print, but automakers are poised to invest more on the Web, say experts.
As 2009 begins, many top analyst firms are predicting marketing budget dollars will be redirected. The premise is quite simple: It's easier to keep a customer than it is to get a new one. Imagine all the data companies have been sitting on for years - from CRM, leasing, sales, software renewals, helpdesk logs and maintenance.
As more choices create a crowded and competitive sector, more mobile phone marketers turn to cutting-edge strategies.
It's time again for New Year's resolutions, and Kellogg is chiming in to remind people to make the Special K Challenge to aid their weight loss, in what the company is calling its most significant campaign around the Challenge yet.
I first came across this direct mail piece at the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival last summer, and was blown away by the simplicity of the idea.
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