The luxury vehicle manufacturer relies on data and innovation to drive consumers through the purchase funnel.
DMN announces the winners of its 2015 40 Under 40 Awards—top young marketers charging ahead to innovate in an industry rife with change.
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Steve Wojtaszek, or Mr. Wojo as he's known to the thousands of postal employees whose actions he directs on a daily basis, is senior plant manager of the Morgan P&DC in Manhattan.
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John Sisson's passion for understanding customers, combined with his expertise in digital marketing, is the recipe for his success.
We met with NewsCred to discuss what happens when branded content intersects with the newsroom.
What's on the outside of the building that houses Dropbox's headquarters is an entirely different experience than what's on the inside.
DMA's Paul McDonnough and his team are well-prepared for any event-related eventuality, which is why he exudes a relaxing vibe.
Drizly's team relies on data to bring the traditional liquor store to the digital age.
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Recipients of the Direct Marketing News 2014 40 Under 40 Awards represent the most accomplished young talent in marketing.
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Three approaches to taking content marketing to the next level.
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Getting inbound and outbound lead gen on the same track.
The definition—and appropriateness—of personalization is in the eye of the beholder. Here's how today's marketers define it, and what they consider to be too much.
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The heated data security and privacy debate is rich with contradictions, controversy, and complexity—and major challenges for marketers.
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30 marketing pundits predict what will catch fire in marketing this year.
Customers' changing purchase habits have extended marketers' reach further into the sales funnel, upping their contribution to revenue.
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The marketing technology landscape is changing faster than ever. Here's what marketers need to know to keep pace.
Here's how three companies with unique marketing challenges refreshed their customer segmentation to drive sales gains.
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The USPS has problems. Direct mailers have questions. Who better, we reasoned, to answer them than the Postmaster General?
15 mavericks, brands, and legislators that catalyzed the marketing industry over the past year.
Creativity in the age of marketing accountability.
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The darlings in business today are the CMO and CIO. Only when they partner well will marketing insight truly come to light.
Officially, Kim Ann King is the CMO of Web optimization company SiteSpect, but King's really more like the "CMTO" due to her marketing-technology infused skill set.
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Privacy experts tackle the leading privacy issues surrounding on- and offline customer data.
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Using data to align marketers' perceptions with the actual customer experience.
Fast food restaurants often market the dining experience as much as the food itself. Take Taco Bell, for example.
Customer loyalty has become ever more tenuous. Marketers need to rethink their approach to building and sustaining loyalty—and data is how they'll amp up their results.
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