Many marketers know they need video, but the how's and why's can be a bit ambiguous. Here's how marketers can unravel some of the mystery of video marketing.
Digital marketing has changed in the four years since the last presidential election. Marketers should prepare extra competition for eyeballs as early as possible.
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.
Don't buy into the hype. More than half of companies are not using digital marketing technology, reveals 451 Research's study of software buyers and vendors.
Even in this prolific digital age, direct mail proves to be a strong tool for marketers. Standard mail volume is growing at 3% and marketers will spend $45 billion on the channel in 2014.
Free shipping and overnight delivery have become table stakes among e-commerce companies battling for holiday dollars, so failing to deliver as promised can have horrible repercussions.
Load leveling aims to reduce overtime hours and promote safety for late-working letter carriers by spreading out the heavy volume of standard mail over the entire week.
The Postal Regulatory Commission puts out its financial analysis ahead of its annual compliance report in the interests of "greater clarity, transparency, and accountability."
The bad news? The 4.3% exigent rate increase is almost sure to endure. The good news? Mailers enlisted a stalwart defender of their cause on Capitol Hill.
Marketers would have an easier job if segmenting customers were as simple as color-coding Skittles. But customers are human beings, which means segmentation is one complex science.
With a bachelor's degree in engineering and a masters in computer science, Mead Johnson's Steve Surman is digital marketing's Mr. Inside. Here he tells what should be tossed outside.
The only other time the USPS asked for an exigent rate increase it was turned down by the Postal Regulatory Commission. This September Postal Board of Governors Chairman Mickey Barnett announced a request for a 4.3% exigent increase.
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