Trends and Strategies to Watch

Does the Postal Service Need a More Targeted Strategy for First Class Mail?

Does the Postal Service Need a More Targeted Strategy for First Class Mail?

Is the USPS in need of its own geographically direct strategy?

Don't Let Digital Give You a False Sense of Precision

Don't Let Digital Give You a False Sense of Precision

Consumers make irrational purchase decisions; help them choose you.

Challenges and Opportunities in Digital Marketing

Challenges and Opportunities in Digital Marketing

Executives from Alaska Air, John Wiley & Sons, and Vans discuss how digital and customer expectations are changing their approach to marketing.

PRC Chief Tells What Will Keep the Postal Service Going

PRC Chief Tells What Will Keep the Postal Service Going

Though he never clerked a Post Office or walked a carrier route, Robert Taub does have serious postal street cred, having helped craft the 2006 Postal Accountability and Enhancement Act.

Inside the Inbox: An Analysis of Consumer Email Habits

Inside the Inbox: An Analysis of Consumer Email Habits

Marketers can learn a lot by simply looking at how consumers email each other.

Email and Phone Uber Alles

Email and Phone Uber Alles

Those two old standbys command the highest ROI and response rate, respectively. Social and mobile are still waiting for their cab to arrive.

Multichannel Attribution: Counting the Goals and Assists

Multichannel Attribution: Counting the Goals and Assists

TD Bank Group's senior manager of customer segmentation says marketers need to go beyond last touch if they hope to score.

Three Ways Collaboration Catalyzes Omnichannel Marketing

Three Ways Collaboration Catalyzes Omnichannel Marketing

If there's more talk about marketing than there is action delivering it, collaboration may be lacking.

Email Marketers Make a Big Impact With Big Data

Email Marketers Make a Big Impact With Big Data

Finally, email campaigns emerge from the Dark Ages with today's major infusion of Big Data.

Canada's Spam Law Has First Violator

Canada's Spam Law Has First Violator

The Canadian training company Compu.finder is hit with a $1.1 million fine for emailing without permission.

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