June 2015 Issue of Direct Marketing News
Cover Story: 18 Chief Marketers Who Put the "Excel" in Excellent • CMO Confidential: A Chat With Denny's SVP + CMO John Dillon • Best Case: Coca-Cola Shows Its Human Side Through Storytelling• Marketing Challenge: What to Do When Sales Rises Up Against Marketing • + more...
The beverage brand's director of social media, sustainability, explains the importance of authenticity.
Traditions 118 restaurant enjoys an 18% conversion with local display offers.
How Mr. Sunny surprised, engaged, and delighted winter-bound commuters with free beach trips.
John Dillon likes to think of his company's diners as the country's "original social network." His combination of intellectual curiosity and creative risk-taking has served ...
A week into her new role as chief marketing and sales officer, Abigail Bruner heard two of her top salespeople hatch a plan to pitch ...
Paulo Gonzales (53) and Bev Wilson (48) have had continued success, but CEO Glenn Eichert is still convinced that the company needs a younger digital ...
Marketers can learn a lot by simply looking at how consumers email each other.
Executives from Alaska Air, John Wiley & Sons, and Vans discuss how digital and customer expectations are changing their approach to marketing.
Consumers make irrational purchase decisions; help them choose you.
Is the USPS in need of its own geographically direct strategy?
Irrelevant communications cause consumers' loyalty to quiver. Two thirds says they get too many brand emails.
Some quick info to keep you up-to-date, including the percent of Americans who say they receive too many brand emails.
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