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Report: Stores still critical in consumer purchase journey, above TV and social

Study from Blis found that in-store browsing was the number one way consumers discovered new products. Greg Sterling on June 28, 2018   A new survey of 2,000 US consumers from location intelligence provider Blis argues that, contrary to marketers’ perceptions, the dominant way consumers discover new products is in traditional retail stores. At the … Continue reading Report: Stores still critical in consumer purchase journey, above TV and social

First Forrester forecast for marketing automation finds it is still ‘early innings’ for adoption

The annual marketing spend for these platforms will more than double by 2023, the report predicts. Barry Levine on May 15, 2018   In the hubbub over all the new technologies, the workhorse marketing automation platforms keep doing their jobs. And in “Marketing Automation Technology Forecast, 2017 to 2023 (Global)” [available for Forrester clients only], … Continue reading First Forrester forecast for marketing automation finds it is still ‘early innings’ for adoption

Cold Email Template Issues: Are You Still Using These Stale Tactics?

Justin McGill — April 16, 2018 — April 16, 2018 Using a cold email template that’s outdated and overused won’t help you. Predictable Revenue was a book written 6 years ago, about stuff they were actually doing 10 years ago. It doesn’t work anymore. Are you still using these stale tactics? We’ve rounded up the … Continue reading Cold Email Template Issues: Are You Still Using These Stale Tactics?

Smart marketing still hinges on humanity, not technology

As exciting as technological developments may be, contributor Mike Sands urges marketers to keep their eyes on their customers. Mike Sands on April 4, 2018   Remember what life was like before we had smartphones? We flipped through inches of white pages without a thought, carried impossible-to-fold maps wherever we traveled and never left home … Continue reading Smart marketing still hinges on humanity, not technology