James Jarnot

James Jarnot

Art Director

James Jarnot is the Art Director of Direct Marketing News. For over 15 years he has been designing a wide variety of magazines, ranging from financial to fashion.

Most Recent Articles by James Jarnot

Consumers Won't Mask Their Data Privacy Concerns [Infographic]

Consumers Won't Mask Their Data Privacy Concerns [Infographic]

But that doesn't stop them from sharing information with certain sectors.

Finding a New Digital Rhythm [Infographic]

Finding a New Digital Rhythm [Infographic]

Is your marketing taking one step forward and two steps back?

Are Traditional Marketing Channels Past Their Prime? [Infographic]

Are Traditional Marketing Channels Past Their Prime? [Infographic]

There's a reason these oldie-but-goodies are still around.

Are Marketers Bugging IT Buyers? [Infographic]

Are Marketers Bugging IT Buyers? [Infographic]

Some marketers are drawing IT purchasers into their web under the guise of customer centricity.

Marketers' Twisted Cross-Channel Attribution [Infographic]

Marketers' Twisted Cross-Channel Attribution [Infographic]

Why they struggle to connect the dots.

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