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Time for a Marketing Health Check-Up?

Posted July 24, 2019 by in Direct Marketing Trends

Going to your doctor to get an annual physical is part of being and staying healthy. We schedule these appointments a year in advance, and if we have been following the doctor’s orders for the previous 365 days, we are rewarded with a clean bill of health (though most of us are also given a  […]

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Why We Love Data-Driven Marketing – IWCO Direct

Data-Driven Marketing is a Many-Splendored Thing

Posted February 13, 2019 by in Strategy and Analysis

All meaningful, deep, long-lasting relationships are dependent on communication. The more two people communicate, the more they get to know one another, and the more intimate they become. With intimacy comes trust, loyalty, and sometimes, even love. This is as true for a brand and its most loyal customers as it is for two individuals.  […]

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The “Silver Bullet” Channel for Customer Acquisition

Posted October 16, 2018 by in Omnichannel Marketing

Developing a successful, one-to-one customer acquisition campaign requires a lot of hard work and planning. And there are a myriad of variables that must be taken into account when determining which channels—or combination of channels—you should deploy. Those variables include, but are not limited to, your target audience, your media/marketing budget, the category, the path to purchase, and last but certainly not least, your business objectives.

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Data Paranoia—How Can Marketers Establish Trust in an Era of Data Privacy Concerns?

Posted August 24, 2018 by in Direct Marketing Trends

Like many other data breaches that have been flooding the news, the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica data privacy scandal sent the social media world into panic. This scandal was different from the other reports of misused consumer data (like Equifax) for two reasons: one, because of the sheer number of people affected (some reports stating as  […]

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