Join Ryan Phelan, as he shares what impacted email last year, and his trend predictions for 2015.
In this webinar, with some of the most well-known mobile marketing experts, you'll get a window into what to expect next year.
The world of email marketing is more frenetic than ever. Staying abreast of what's not just hot, but also relevant is an ongoing challenge for email marketers.
NextAtlas isn't a crystal ball, but it does propose to help brands identify and tap into trends as they emerge in real time.
Salesforce ExactTarget Marketing Cloud (say that five times fast) CMO Mike Lazerow talks tech (a little), apps, and philanthropy at Internet Week in NYC.
Popular trends reflect strategies helping marketers manage data and craft successful campaigns.
The Wharton Customer Analytics Initiative matches global companies overflowing with untapped customer data to the academic world's top analytics researchers.
Prognostication is an essential part of strategic planning and trendwatching in marketing. Here, a mix of 2014 projections from around the industry.
30 marketing pundits predict what will catch fire in marketing this year.
You've heard it many times before: The only constant is change. Not really. Sometimes, the only constant is stubborn resistance. This year we'll see a mix of both.
Direct Marketing News Editor-in-Chief Ginger Conlon sat down with JWT's trendspotting chief Ann Mack to talk about how to stay ahead of the curve in 2014.
I've asked the Direct Marketing News team to share their 2014 predictions, based on their many conversations with pundits from the industry. Here's what they had to say.
Domenico Vitale, founder and chief idea architect at People Ideas & Culture, on multichannel, what's wrong in the agency world, and the true difference between a fad and a trend.
Microsoft talks 2014 digital trends at ad:tech in New York City. (N.B. Customers want to feel valued.)
What will be the big marketing trends in 2014? Bruce Biegel, senior managing partner at Winterberry Group, shares his predictions.
What's the most overrated or underrated trend you're seeing right now? Direct Marketing News catches up with a few of the 2013 40 Under 40 winners.
For Smashbox's VP of global marketing working behind the scenes can be just as rewarding as taking center stage.
Grumpy Cat epitomizes today's obsessions; the individuals, issues, and brands that are captivating consumers and marketers alike, until they don't—Angry Birds is so yesterday.
15 mavericks, brands, and legislators that catalyzed the marketing industry over the past year.
Marketing is changing. Fifteen top agency leaders share how the role of the agency is changing along with it.
Terry Young, CEO of trend-spotting agency sparks & honey, on why brands need to embrace real-time culture or get left in the dust.
What trends are trending? The 2012 40 Under 40 winners talk about the top trends capturing the interest of their customers right now.
What about marketing is in the process of changing today? Hawkeye Executive Director Larry Kimmel explains in part two of this three-part video series.
Medialets COO and Chief Revenue Officer Richy Glassberg talks mobile trends for 2013.
Marketers must understand the community citizen and the democratization of the marketplace to connect with social influencers.
IBM says it can predict trends—like steampunk fashion—three to four years before they hit the mainstream through the power of social listening.
Using data to align marketers' perceptions with the actual customer experience.
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