According to Snickers, when people are hungry, they do stupid things.
While privacy concerns are understandable, what most people care about at the end of the day is the price-value equation. They're willing to give up personal information about themselves if it helps a marketer target them more effectively and efficiently. If you can use past behaviors and stated preferences to deliver a better experience and waste less time, go for it.
I may originally hail from New Jersey, but I still can't find my way around a mall. The new indoor Google Maps aims to help.
Google + is more than just a new social network and a chink in Facebook's armor—it's a critical piece of the Google puzzle. Google won't stop until it gets it right, and when that happens, I think we'll see a significant shift in our digital universe, which will have a defining impact on the landscape for marketers, brands, start-ups, consumers and the creative services industry.
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Retailers' Thanksgiving Day sales pitches came in heavy via email.
Key passages from the mailing industry's anti-exigency appeal to the Postal Regulatory Commission.
The fast casual restaurant chain relies on digital to drive in-store traffic and sales for its seasonal menu.