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Jose Cebrian

Senior Vice President, Marketing Strategy
Jose Cebrian

Jose Cebrian is Senior Vice President, Marketing Strategy at Merkle where he helps companies leverage consumers insights to develop marketing plans across digital and addressable channels. He came to Merkle after spending nine years at Acxiom, where he grew to Managing Director, Global Client Services for Digital Impact, Acxiom’s email and SMS division. Jose led a global team responsible for optimizing interactive direct marketing campaigns across the web, email, and mobile.

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What’s really holding back your messaging program?

Marketers want to innovate. They want automation and personalization because the ROI can be huge. For many companies, this desire leads to an RFP (request for proposal) for marketing technology to fuel a transformation. But is that really the answer?
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Marketers, think outside the list

As marketing evolves, it’s imperative that business leaders and marketers constantly assess their approaches and rethink their customer and prospect engagement strategies. I often write about customer data as corporate assets, but the language, tools and activities around customer data are changing.
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Make Sure Every Email Counts

As I think about our latest consumer survey of 2,000 shoppers, a few important findings stand out to me: more than 82% of respondents prefer email as the communication method with retailers, 58% of buyers under age 50 want personalized text offers, and fewer than 20% of consumers cite loyalty programs as the
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