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For financial marketers, rising inflation signals doubling down on digital strategies

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Consumer prices in the U.S. have posted their biggest annual gain since 1981, primarily driven by spikes in the cost of gasoline and other goods. Earlier this month, the Federal Reserve raised short-term interest rates by 0.50% in an effort to slow inflationary pressures currently gripping the U.S.

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Omnichannel marketing guide: How to boost your brand experience

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If you’re investigating ways to get the biggest return on investment for your marketing dollars, you’ve likely run across the concept of omnichannel marketing. Once considered a cost-prohibitive marketing strategy—one that only high-end luxury brands and large multinational companies with mammoth marketing budgets could pursue—omnichannel marketing has become accessible to companies of all sizes with the advent of new technologies like all-in-one marketing.  Because today’s

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Love is blind—but your marketing doesn’t have to be

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Do you know how to make your customers fall in love?  Well, maybe not love. Marketers are constantly figuring out the best way to get their products in the hands of consumers, whether they're new or regular customers. And while falling in love can be a lot more complicated than driving the right engagement for conversion, the principle is very similar.

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GM Financial, Inspire Brands and Marriott share their current obsession—the customer

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You’ve heard it a million times—"the modern marketing landscape is in the middle of a major change"—which is inherently true. The Covid-19 pandemic pushed marketers to completely rethink the way they communicate with customers, and the deprecation of third-party cookies coupled with increasing privacy restrictions by the likes of Apple and Google have made it even more difficult to have that dialogue with customers digitally.

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3 questions to ask yourself in the sprint to scale first-party data

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The slow march to widespread adoption of first-party data became a full-on sprint last year—and it hasn’t slowed. Originally driven by consumers through privacy laws and regulations, the deprecation of third-party cookies and mobile ad identifiers has required marketers to take stock of their first-party data assets. Thankfully, the majority of marketers we surveyed last year (61.9%) were focusing on first-party data strategies to meet…

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How CPG marketers can optimize best-in-class strategies this back-to-school season

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At the end of the last school year, 60% of kids were going to school at least part of the week, and it’s likely that number rises heading into next year. As in-person schooling crawls back towards normalcy, so too does in-store grocery shopping – 85% of shoppers are back in the aisles. Does your digital marketing distinguish between parents of in-person and remote learning…

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