Fluent, an ad tech platform for B2C's and nonprofits, opens a DC office to serve political candidates.
The Postal Service provides a print-out-and-clip-up guide for for-profit Santas.
The Amazon competitor most likely scuttled its subscription-based plan when it discovered small commissions and higher volume worked better.
Five female industry leaders discuss what it takes to succeed in marketing and climb the corporate ladder.
A study finds that 44% of consumers bypass all other sites and head directly for Amazon when searching for products.
Large enterprises were prepared for the possibility of its invalidation, and a new agreement appears to be imminent.
Via the partnership, Beintoo will license the marketing solutions provider's privacy-safe, cross-device data for audience extension and offline attribution within its BeAudience and BeAttribution platforms.
The government watchdog agency says metrics for all 67 districts are uneven; the Postal Service disagrees.
About half (52%) of consumers say they research products online before making holiday purchases.
And cookies must give way to people-based metrics for channel integration to work, Yongyong Kennedy says.
Marketing chief Jon Iwata says the theme's poster boy, Watson, is outfitted to scan customers in the cloud.
How marketers can thrive in a world of connected devices and growing expectations.
General Electric, Oster, Samsung, and nine others enlist in the Dash replenishment service, which lets "Things" re-order consumables.
Fewer than 30% of marketers track customers across touchpoints by using cookies.
Executives believe their marketing efforts influence buyers' decisions, but consumers are more likely to purchase after viewing firsthand resources.
This week's introduction of Customer Match by the Sultan of Search is long overdue, say marketing tech insiders.
Ninety-six percent of B2B marketers using account-based marketing report that it's a key driver of marketing success.
How to apply neuroscience to your marketing and appeal to customers' subconscious mind.
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Jacen Spring wanted to find unprofitable customers and try to bring them out of the red, and "fire" the costly customers. Coastal Construction, although a big spender, was a continuous drain on services and support. She debated how best to tell the CEO and Coastal's account rep her plan.