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What Is Geofencing? How Does It Work?

This guest post was originally published on radar.io, and is republished here with permission. _________________________________________________________ Geofencing is a buzzy mobile app capability that’s been around for at least a decade; however, developers are only now seeing the full potential of geofencing for building a great user-first experience. While geofencing received some attention in relation to…

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How to Find the Fine Line Between Privacy and Personalization

There is a great paradoxical tension in the marketing world today. Customers want the content that brands send to them to be personalized, yet the sheer amount of content they receive each day overwhelms them and makes them demand more privacy. How can you send them the kind of personalized content they want, but also…

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Which Marketing Trends Are Hot Right Now, and Which Are Going Cold?

At the end of every year, marketing experts and bloggers love to put out their predictions about what content, tech, SEO, analytics, social media, mobile, and email trends will be hot in the upcoming year. In fact, with the amount of articles put out about predictions, it seems to be the one topic that marketers…

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Does Story-Driven Email Marketing Really Work?

Think of your favorite story. Why did you like it? How did it make you feel? What was it about the story that made you want to find out what happens at the end? Answering these questions can help you see the power of storytelling. Nothing makes us feel more emotionally connected to something than…

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What Marketers Need to Know About Declining Attention Spans

A study on attention spans conducted by the Canadian Consumer Insights team at Microsoft has been a hot topic among marketing professionals since its publication back in 2015. Findings in the report showed the average human attention span as dwindling – from 12 seconds in 2000 – to 8 seconds in 2013. In response, several…

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7 Statistics That Prove Email Marketing Isn’t Dead

Can marketers still obtain success with email, even in 2018? It’s one of the oldest marketing channels still in use, and the necessary tactics to make it work seem to change from day to day. However, even a quick look at the latest statistics will show that email continues to offer value to marketers everywhere,…

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What Skills Will Email Marketers Need to Succeed in 2018?

While other marketing technologies seem to come and go, or struggle to really stick as a sustainable strategy, email marketing continues to be an effective and reliable solution for marketers everywhere. Still delivering the highest ROI of any marketing channel, email has proven itself to be an integral part of every successful marketing strategy. Even…

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The Implications of Nostalgia Marketing

Consumers today may be increasingly tech-savvy, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t eager for an opportunity to tap into the past. Even in a never-ending sea of sophisticated technologies, nostalgia is still alive and well in the hearts of consumers. Everyone has sentimental feelings about certain things from the past – whether it involves food,…

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Memes + Marketing: How Cats, Birbs and Other Animals Can Help You Revitalize Your Brand Image

If your brand image is feeling stale, outdated, impersonal, or simply in need of a refresh, you might be surprised to find that the most interesting and cost-effective solution could come in the shape of a furry or feathery friend. Animal and pet-themed memes are incredibly popular in the world of internet humor, and have…

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Why Your Campaigns Need To Be More Data-Driven

Advancements in marketing analytics have revolutionized the digital marketing world. According to last year’s GE Global Innovation Barometer, 73% of businesses are increasing their analytic abilities, and 77% have reported positive results from these investments. Additional research conducted by the Winterberry Group in partnership with the Global Direct Marketing Association (GDMA) shows that nearly 80%…

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