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Google Dominates US Paid Search – Can It Be Toppled?

Google has long been the most dominant US search engine. How did it get to its current position, and is there any chance it might fall?

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How to Centralize Your Data and Improve Audience Analysis

As more data is readily available, teams often struggle with not only the sheer volume of data, but also identifying a single place to house it. The solution?

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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.

How Identity Resolution Enhances a Customer Data Platform

The purpose of a CDP is to collect all available customer data, first, second, and third-party, batch or streaming into one central location to serve marketing needs; all in real time. The ideal CDP is a tool for receiving both your known customers and anonymous, digital customers.

The Key to Omni-Channel is Containers

How do you communicate from the central decision hub to each of your various channels, many of which have different interfaces and different needs? It sounds like a tricky problem, but the answer could be quite simple: Use containers.