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  • The term "disloyalty program" is not what it may seem. In fact, it's a form of effective loyalty-building based on a partnership premise, and it's gaining marketing popularity. Here's all that you need to know.

  • You can't carry on launching marketing campaigns, creating content, and paying your team just because you think marketing efforts are affecting your sales in some positive way. You need data that tells you what's working and what isn't. Marketing analytics tools to the rescue.

  • As text marketing technology has evolved, it's become accessible and affordable for every level of sender, giving marketers unprecedented access to their customers' attention. As a result, digital marketing is facing disruption at the hands of SMS and MMS.

  • Content marketing was once mostly about launching a website and posting on blogs. Those days are long gone. Today, it's a critical, multifaceted discipline that drives brand awareness as well as sales leads. Still, content campaigns could be even more successful than they are--if only we didn't succumb to these myths.

  • Marketing is not about bombarding customers with messages and hoping they'll purchase a product; it's about gathering data and listening to what they want. Here are four ways to use data to deliver the end-to-end experience customers are craving.

  • There may not exactly be a magic formula, but there are steps you can take to write for humans that will also appeal to the Google bots that determine whether your content will ever see the search engine light of day.

  • Here's why having a single writer—or small, connected team (think agency)—can be ideal, and how you can mitigate the risk of your content machine's crashing and burning if that resource leaves.

  • To stand out, brands must convey their messages distinctly. A unique, visually appealing packaging design is an excellent attention-getter and differentiator, and it can deliver the right message to a targeted audience. Here's how to create a lasting positive impression through packaging.

  • The positive correlation between ABM and sales outcomes is impossible to ignore, but many B2B marketers still struggle with ABM execution and measurement. There's no silver bullet to demystify ABM, but these tips provide clarity and actionable advice to unlock ROI.

  • In 2019, email held on to its crown as the monarch of marketing channels. As we begin a new decade, let's reflect on some of last year's most talked-about and important moments in email.

  • Privacy concerns have reached a boiling point. Consumers, regulators, Web browsers, advertisers, brands... all are evolving to meet the changing privacy landscape. Marketers are considering how to best reach customers while respecting their privacy and earning their trust. See what lies ahead in 2020.

  • As we enter a new year and a new chapter in digital marketing, it's imperative that your email campaigns reach their intended destination. Here are 5 best-practices to boost and maintain your email deliverability in 2020.

  • Thanks to the social-driven economy, consumer demand for convenience, and a culture of "I want it now," subscription and direct-to-consumer (DTC) e-commerce is booming. The industry is evolving quickly, and heading into 2020 these are five trends to watch.

  • Big Data is taking over. Most of its seemingly obvious payoffs are mirages at best, or quicksand at worst, whereas others hold the potential for high returns. So, what are the keys to Big Data success?

  • Thinking of a customer experience in digital-only terms is limiting. For brands to stand out and truly capture (and keep) customer attention, they must incorporate physical elements and appeal to all of a customer's senses. Here are three ways you can do exactly that.

  • The early-warning signs of a recession are all around, and most economists expect a recession by the end of 2020. Recession-proofing takes time and steady effort. These five tactics will ensure marketers are ready for ups and downs, whatever the economic climate.

  • Marketing has evolved, as has the customer experience: A signature on the dotted line is now just the beginning. CMOs—all marketers—have new roles and so need new skills; foremost is the ability to wear many hats at once. These 5 guiding principles will help you navigate this new world.

  • If you own an e-commerce storefront or work for a company that sells online, you're familiar with a frustrating fact: Shopping cart abandonment. Here are the leading reasons for cart abandonment—along with strategies for overcoming those obstacles to purchase.

  • Email marketing doesn't work well if you don't understand your audience, their needs, their wants. Take these steps to learn more about your audience so that you can then segment them and improve your email workflow—and conversions.