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Thursday, April 27, 2017

Marketers say their role is to collect, not analyze, customer data

Marketers say they spend far too much time analyzing data and too little on more creative aspects of the role, according to new research among US and UK marketers by marketing automation brand, BlueVenn. >>

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Two-thirds of US, UK consumers worried about how brands use personal data

The latest 'State of Consumer Privacy and Trust' survey has been released by identity management firm, Gigya, and it reveals that many consumers still harbor concerns. >>

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Study: Marketers overwhelmed with data

While most marketers agree that collecting data is in their job description, the job of analyzing that data, is not. That's the word from a new BlueVenn report, which found that 64% of US and UK marketers agree that their job is to collect data - but not analyze it. >>

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Local Brands: Why SEO needs an upgrade

Search engine optimization has been around for more than a decade, but there are still challenges, especially in the local space. One expert explains. >>

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Top 3 tips for a more earth friendly marketing campaign

In the US, businesses use about 68 million trees each year to produce 17 billion catalogs and 65 billion direct mail pieces. With Earth Day having just passed, one expert offers three tips to make a more eco-friendly advertising impact. >>

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Ad Roundup: Releases for content monetization

In today's advertising roundup, a trio of releases set up to help brands better monetize and deliver relevant content. >>

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

In ecommerce, personalization missing the mark

When it comes to personalized experiences in the ecommerce space, retailers have a lot to improve upon. That's the word from new Reflektion data, which found that nearly half (4 in 10) merchants recommend products to shoppers based on their past browsing behaviors. >>

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Product imagery on retailers' mobile sites lags desktop versions

Mobile is already a key retail channel, yet many top retailers are failing to offer consumers the imagery they need to make purchasing decisions, according to new research from imaging and workflow specialist, SpinMe. >>

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Why the press release is (still) not dead

A question asked almost as much as "is email dead?" is "is the press release dead?". New data from PR Week and PR agency Wildfire provides insight into how press releases are currently being used and how they are performing. >>

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Is your branded content memorable?

Most consumers quickly forget information in branded content when talked at - but brands that engage in a conversation with consumers are more likely to make a sale, according to new research from online presentation firm Prezi. >>

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Study: Most believe personalization key to success

While most marketers do believe personalization is key to their ad success, most also don't believe they - or the industry as a whole - are getting personalization right. That's the takeaway from new Evergage data. >>

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Report: Most Amazon sellers looking for new marketplaces

While Amazon is at the top of the ecommerce food chain, some third-party sellers within their space are looking for more. That, according to new Feedvisor data, which finds most (60%) of these third-party sellers are looking to expand outside the Amazon marketplace this year. >>

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Study: Finance, saving important to Millenials

A recent Yahoo study found that most (67%) of Millennials are interested in learning more about finance, that nearly half watch personal finance video content, and that most (82%) consume financial content via their phones. This makes finance an important part of the digital engagement pie. A Yahoo exec explains. >>

Monday, April 24, 2017

Survey: More consumers want to be paperless

When it comes to bills and even shoppers, more consumers want to be paperless. That's a key takeaway from new Inlet data. Researchers found that more than half of consumers would give up either chocolate or alcohol if, in return, they wouldn't receive paper mail. >>

Monday, April 24, 2017

Travel marketers cite Facebook as the most effective platform

Travel marketers are increasingly harnessing the power of social media thanks to the depth of information on users that those platforms can provide. >>

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