Tag Archives: Topic Customer Experience

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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How DMO Visit Omaha attracted out-of-town visitors during off-season

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Visit Omaha wanted to reach visitors during the city’s offseason and attract them to the area. Epsilon helped to evaluate their traditional audience markets and serve eye-catching creative to boost visitation during winter months, resulting in a strong revenue and community impact from over 14,500 new tourists. Let's see how they did it. 

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What are spam traps and how do you avoid hitting them?

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Spam traps remain a top concern of senders fielded by our team. Yet while there is general agreement that spam traps should be avoided, there is not necessarily universal understanding as to what spam traps are or how they function for receiving networks and block list moderators. What are spam traps? How do spam traps work?  In short, a spam trap is a record designed…

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What big brands can learn from DTCs: How Blondery perfected the recipe for a personalized customer experience

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Refining and perfecting a recipe is a baker’s Everest. Working through two, three, four iterations of a recipe take time and dedication—a passion (and ability) shared by few. Auzerais Bellamy, owner of Blondery, is one of the few.

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Ask the expert: How can retailers succeed this holiday season?

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When shelter-in-place orders were first instated in March, retailers had to close their doors in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19, resulting in a steep drop in sales for everyone. While the decline was not totally out of the blue, retailers are still feeling the pressure: according to Epsilon data, consumers across generations still have mixed feelings around when they will return to…

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The importance of virtual conversations in a contactless world

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Artificial intelligence (AI) has woven its way into the fabric of our everyday lives, and many of us are completely unaware of it. Our morning commutes are quicker, depositing a check online is easier, frustrating daily spam emails are fewer. And businesses are buying into it. According to Gartner, thirty-seven percent of organizations have implemented AI in some form—that’s a 270% increase over the last…

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Retail messaging during COVID-19: What to embrace right now

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My colleague and partner from our Digital CX group, Jill Redo, and I have been scanning the retail communications landscape the last few weeks. Our teams identify new weekly UpTrends, which we’ve been publishing in a newsletter to sales, client partners and account executives for client distribution. Her observations below, along with mine, hit on some of the challenges and opportunities facing retailers today.

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Celebrating Moms, Dads & Grads during COVID-19: How marketers can use email to connect with customers

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COVID-19 has turned our lives upside down and impacted the way we do almost everything—from working, caring for our families and schooling, to shopping and entertainment. Business as usual has become business as unusual, requiring us to think differently about what customers care about and how to reach them. While many restaurants have closed their dining rooms and are only offering takeout or delivery, and…

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