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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Email Marketing

Personalize subject lines to increase opens

Data out from Yes Lifecycle Marketing underlines the importance of personalizing email subject lines. While this has been a white-hat marketing technique for years, many brands continue to not personalize email subject lines. >>

Social Marketing

Are digital communities a good fit for online marketers?

Digital communities are a growing space for consumers, who are looking for like-minded people to talk about topics of interest to them. And, as these communities are filled with like-minded people, they may seem like a way to highly target campaigns, offers, and even test new products. The question is, are these good spaces for brands to enter? >>

Advertising

Marketers: How and why you should use AI

While artificial intelligence has been rapidly adopted for gaming and even by some publishers, other marketers have not been as quick to adopt. That, says one expert, could be a mistake. Here's why. >>

Ecommerce

How to get ahead in grocery retail

More and more consumers are beginning their in-store grocery shopping in a digital environment yet the grocery sector is falling behind other retail sectors when it comes to making the shopping experience easier. What can be done? >>

Advertising

Brands: This is where you should experiment with personalization

Personalization, while proving to be a boon to some marketers, remains problematic for others. One expert offers advice for brands on how to experiment to ensure personalization is working well. >>

Blogs & Content

Millennials cutting the cord, here's what they're watching online

Video is becoming an increasingly important piece of the online marketing pie, but as more consumers go online for their favorite shows - both scripted, information, and unscripted - marketers struggle to connect. Limelight's new State of Online Video report sheds light on the subject. >>

Internet

Expert IDs how marketers can protect from ransomware

According to some reports, ransomware is expected to cost brands and marketers about $5 billion this year. Much of the increase is due to the increased use of online currencies, and hackers who are targeting smaller and mid-sized marketers rather than focusing on huge businesses. Here's how brands can protect themselves. >>

Email Marketing

Study: 20% of email doesn't hit the inbox, here's how to correct

New data out from Return Path finds that about 20% of global email messages aren't reaching consumer inboxes. This is a problem, considering more consumers are signing up for newsletters, savings emails, and are actively comparison shopping. One expert offers his top tips for improving inbox placement. >>

Advertising

Portrait of a travel-minded consumer

There is new data that paints a picture of what consumers are doing online in the days and weeks leading up to travel. This is what marketers need to know. >>

Blogs & Content

Friction filled VR turning off consumers

The friction involved in getting consumers interested in and engaging with VR is causing a problem for online and offline marketers. This, despite the fact that once consumers use virtual reality, they're sold on the system. >>

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