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Amazon Prime Day 2018: Trends, Notes, and Learnings from Another Record-Breaking Event

Examining Amazon ads performance for Merkle advertisers, several trends emerged to take note of.

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Is Google Cloud Right For You?

It’s the number-one goal of any company: creating experiences across channels to maximize the acquisition of new and the retention of existing customers.

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Talking Personalization, Part 5: Financial Services

In this series, we’ve interviewed technical, creative, data, and process experts at Merkle to gain insight into how organizations are creating more personalized experiences. This interview offers an industry-specific view of what is happening in the financial services industry as it relates to personalization with Paul Evers, EVP.

3 Steps for Segmentation Success

Although the concept of segmentation can be basic in nature, transitioning from idea to action can get complicated if key details are overlooked. This can result in an overpriced variable in a consumer database that is never seen or heard from again.

How Nationwide uses data to help customers plan for their future

How are insurance marketers moving the needle and overcoming data challenges? In this blog post, we spoke with Shannon McCarthy, Sr Consultant at Nationwide Financial, and long-time Merkle client, about how Nationwide is leveraging data and analytics to drive relevant communication.

Talking Personalization, Part 4: Technology

In this series, we’ve interviewed our martech experts to better understand what’s happening in personalization. Here, Matt Mobley, SVP, Technology, Merkle, shares his perspective on personalization, which is surprisingly not necessarily tech-focused.