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Tell Us How You Really Feel

Demographic and behavioral analytics traditionally have served as the foundation for delivering personalized, simplified customer experiences that satisfy consumers’ unique needs across multiple channels. These data sources have unlocked a trove of actionable insights into consumer interests, location and brand affinity, allowing marketers—and retailers, in particular—to better personalize the shopping…

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The Biggest Lie in Marketing

A friend recently commented on the hubbub around the Apple Watch (and the wearables category, in general), noting that most of the data provided by these devices is actually useless. Sure, we’re all counting steps and strides and hours slept, but we’re not really doing anything about it. And as…

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The New Marketing Leader

There is no doubt that the digital age has ushered in a new approach to how companies interact with clients and customers, and with it comes the need for never-before-seen skill sets. As companies attempt to keep pace with and surpass the competition, new C-suite positions are quickly emerging. Chief…

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Why Marcom Is in the Driver’s Seat

Marketing communications strategy often is driven by business or organizational activities, such as product launches or upgrades, new service offerings, mergers or acquisitions, executive hires and other events controlled internally. But it’s a brave and confusing new communications world out there, and now is the time for marketing communications experts…

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What Makes Marketing Strategic?

Everyone in the corporate world today wants to be considered “strategic”—especially marketers. To that effect, some leading Fortune 500 companies have renamed their marketing functions “strategic marketing.” This is especially popular with the consumer product industry and the MBA-laden leading brands. The only problem is that it doesn’t make the…

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Marketing Lessons From March Madness

My name is Dave Rosenberg, and I have a problem: I am addicted to the game of basketball. I played on organized teams from grammar school through college, but when my cross-over dribble wouldn’t cross and no one looked at my “no look” pass, I began to coach—first my daughter…

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