Q: What is “Buy with Prime”? A: “Buy with Prime” is a comprehensive checkout and fulfillment option offered by Amazon. It allows customers to
The one word on every marketer’s lips this holiday season? Revenue. Letting your customers know there are still options to pay and time to ship is critical. Here’s when to adjust those banners at the top and bottom of your emails to make the most of email real estate through the end of this holiday season.
Survey results from the Relevancy Ring: ESP Buyers Guide 2015 report show that email marketing is still hugely important to marketers. In fact, DMNews, writing
Marketing constantly adjusts and reacts to changes in technology and attitudes. While digital marketing has undergone a substantial transformation in the last few years, the
Back in the late 1990’s, when the Internet was in its adolescence, a phenomenon took hold that would forever change the way businesses reach their customers online. That phenomenon became known as “blogging.” Nearly twenty years later, everyone from stay-at-home moms to Fortune 500 companies operate blogs for a multitude of reasons. Today, HubSpot reports that marketers who prioritize blogging are 13x more likely to enjoy positive ROI. Here are a few more reasons why you should, too, for your lead generation marketing efforts.
According to recent statistics, over 100 billion emails are sent and received every day. From business communications, to letters from aunts, spam and automated mailing lists, inboxes are crammed with digital deliveries.
No matter who your subscribers are, people expect brands and companies to be truthful, relevant and honest in their communications.
We convened a panel to get their insights on our latest consumer survey with a view toward understanding the key factors currently motivating spending behavior and brand interactions. Check out the highlights and register for a live webinar featuring the panel.
In the last several years, there has been a seismic shift in consumer attitudes towards spending money. Pre-Covid, consumer confidence was high, spending was plentiful, and the global economy flourished. Mid and PostCovid, we hear the words “hesitant,” “cautious,” and”mindful.”