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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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Are You Using Your Data or Hoarding It?

Marketing organizations are left between two extremes in the era of big data — on one hand, there is an inordinate amount of data that, ostensibly, can be used to drive the business — and on the other hand, teams are spending more time organizing data, rather than completing value-add analytic work.

Facebook - What's Next and How to Plan for It?

As a fundraiser, you understand that your duty is to be a good steward and always act with accountability and integrity toward your donors. Facebook is now faced with a very similar challenge, as it works to rebuild trust, while still delivering on its business model’s promise of personalized experiences.

Your Technology Is Not Your Customer Strategy

In nearly every one of my technology consulting engagements with enterprise clients, I’ve seen a trend: marketing technology is purchased and executed without a customer strategy to guide it. As a result, organizations find themselves in need of a marketing technology evaluation and roadmap reset project, not because their tools are outdated or broken, but because an ad hoc and accidental architecture was created due to the lack of a customer strategy.