Elyse Dupre

Elyse Dupre

Associate Editor

Elyse Dupré is a reporter at Direct Marketing News and covers ever-evolving trends in the marketing world. She joined Direct Marketing News in August 2012 after graduating from Boston University with a B.S. in journalism and a B.A. in psychology.

Most Recent Articles by Elyse Dupre

6 Do's and Don'ts for Trigger Emails

6 Do's and Don'ts for Trigger Emails

Because one data point is never enough.

Wine.com Uncorks New Digital Marketing Opportunities

Wine.com Uncorks New Digital Marketing Opportunities

The online wine retailer's strategy incorporates different flavors and depths.

DonorsChoose.org Sees Success With Textbook Email Practices

DonorsChoose.org Sees Success With Textbook Email Practices

The online charity for public schools could teach marketers a thing or two about email series and basic segmentation.

Feeding the Mobile Sharks	[Infographic]

Feeding the Mobile Sharks [Infographic]

Mobile shoppers are out there. Dun dun, dun dun, dun dun dun dun...

Yo-ho, Yo-ho! An Automated Life for Me [Infographic]

Yo-ho, Yo-ho! An Automated Life for Me [Infographic]

Increased productivity is the real Hook for marketing automation.

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