More companies today are linking advertising technology and marketing automation. Here's a breakdown of what that union means for customers—and for each industry's future.
The fastest growing area of marketing technology seems to be the least funded, but that might not be a bad thing.
One marketing automation insider asserts that marketing technology needs to get back to the future.
CEO Adam Marchick says the $45 million will be used to explore new personalized pathways in multichannel marketing.
The online ratings and reviews site relies on technology to remove the guesswork from crafting the most engaging subject lines.
The online cash-for-used-gadgets company values technology, testing, and timing.
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MarketOne and Scribe introduce an add-on that promises to speed up data integration within companies.
The multichannel marketing platform enhances Zeta Hub's email, data access, and personalization capabilities.
The silver lining to look for from today's marketing clouds: context.
The home fragrance company's behavioral- and catalog-based messaging ignites stellar open and conversion rates.
Appboy introduces a system designed for scheduling timed, personalized reactions to app engagement to maximize revenue.
Conversion rates of qualified leads have been eroding for five years running, according to a study of global sales organizations.
It adds mobile engagement and ad-tracking capabilities, promising users a single, consistent voice across all channels.
Intelligence and engagement tools will give salespeople powers previously reserved for marketers, says Pardot's GM.
A new application promises to help sales organizations spot likely buyers in purchased lists and dormant account files.
Its Anywhere application takes a stab at forcing marketing automation compliance by putting information at marketers' fingertips.
Autopilot becomes the newest player in low-cost marketing automation, targeting small businesses with a cost of entry as low as $4 a month.
Though most B2B marketers say they should control customer experience, eight in 10 admit to having a peripheral role, according to a survey of CMOs, directors, and managers at midsize companies.
The two finalists of the Marketing Automation Innovation award share their different approaches to marketing at the 2015 Marketing&Tech Innovation Summit.
DataHero promises to give the marketing automation platforms customers a better read on their pipelines.
There are nearly 1,900 companies and open source projects in more than 40 categories—and counting.
The company doesn't toy around with lead scoring and segmentation.
Adobe's marketing cloud is a Forrester favorite for its integration.
The marketing industry's Burning With Data, Man festival breaks camp today. Here are some products of the week that promise to rave on.
CEO Brian Halligan rings the Stock Exchange bell and ushers in a new era for inbound marketing.
Salesforce ExactTarget Marketing Cloud launches a bevy of products at Connections 2014.
An analyst's view of what marketers need to know about the marketing automation company's product announcement.
The platform update offers enhancements designed to help marketers improve the customer experience.
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SK&A is a leading provider of U.S. healthcare information solutions and databases. As ...