Our most-read infographics so far this year illustrate the continued ascent of email, the nagging difficulties of CX, and the wonderland called digital marketing.
Deciding between first-, second-, and third-party data can be more than some marketers can bear.
The full strength of content marketing lies in marketers incorporating it into their regular omnichannel regimen.
A cheat sheet to help event-going veterans and newbies alike gear up for their next summit.
Poor customer experiences can lead to deflated revenue and loyalty.
Although click-through rates remain dull, the channel still dazzles in terms of engagement.
Siloed marketing will melt away engagement and purchase opportunities.
Finding new customers and retaining existing ones isn't every owner's forte.
Irrelevant communications cause consumers' loyalty to quiver. Two thirds says they get too many brand emails.
Being eco-friendly can help brands earn some green, too.
But privacy and security concerns can make them go bananas.
Indeed, marketers are in the thick of it in terms of segmentation.
Marketers are heating up engagement by steeping customers in an abundance of valuable content.
Extracting data insights comprise the lion's share of the challenges marketers face trying to deliver those apex experiences.
Things are going swimmingly for marketers in terms of budgeting for their digital marketing initiatives.
But is its performance enough to win the desired results?
Wanted: Marketers with digital, social, content creation, and analytics skills.
Are you late to the digital party?
But consumers are confident that the government and brands will brew up a solution
Data's influence on content and decision making continues to grow in 2015.
A lack of speed and collaboration can inhibit the craft.
CEOs want to hug their CMOs—except when they don't. A third of them think marketers are over-delivering on revenue; another third think marketing's a waste of money.
The ring of the mobile register is music to marketers' ears.
Location-specific and up-to-date content are this year's must-haves.
But poor data quality can stall progress.
A well-balanced budget may be in order for the New Year.
Marketers yo-yo on whether the channel will wind up their marketing strategy and make it go.
But that doesn't stop them from sharing information with certain sectors.
Is your marketing taking one step forward and two steps back?
There's a reason these oldie-but-goodies are still around.
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SK&A is a leading provider of U.S. healthcare information solutions and databases. As ...