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Enhanced Marketing Technology Drives Capability, Capacity, and Efficiency

Posted July 1, 2020 by in Strategy and Analysis

We’re always on the lookout for new marketing technology that will make us more efficient and our clients more successful. What drives our technology enhancement decisions? In most cases, capability, capacity, and cost are all major factors in the equation. Another key factor is understanding what consumers respond to and what our clients tell us  […]

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Data Drives the Top 2020 Marketing Trends

Posted January 15, 2020 by in Strategy and Analysis

I promise to avoid (almost all) references to 2020 hindsight, but it’s hard to talk about 2020 marketing trends without looking back at 2019. In researching earlier marketing trends, I learned that ANA started surveying their members in 2014 to determine the marketing word of the year. Here’s their list.

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“Stop Worrying About Big Numbers:” Seth Godin on Getting Specific with Marketing Personalization

Posted August 7, 2019 by in Direct Marketing Trends

At this point in my dating career, I feel like I need to rent a billboard on a major highway and throw my phone number up there. Marketers have the same concern when promoting their businesses—why don't they see ROI on their ad investments? The missing link is having a target market to narrow your audience from the big, loud world down [...]

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Email Behavior Targeting Solves the Prospect Abandonment Problem for Direct & Email Marketers

Posted July 12, 2019 by in Strategy and Analysis

Triggered marketing campaigns based on prospect or customer behavior achieve some of the highest response and conversion rates we see in marketing. Cost per acquisition for triggered campaigns are also considerably lower than “business as usual” campaigns. The reason is simple: triggered campaigns (whether they are initiated by abandoned carts,  browse, or product applications) take  […]

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The ANA Needs Your Help Fighting the CCPA and Other Data Privacy Legislation – IWCO Direct

Help ANA Develop a New Paradigm to Benefit Consumers and Businesses

Posted March 8, 2019 by in Direct Marketing Trends

“Data Privacy Legislation Isn’t Confined to California.” A few weeks ago, I wrote that sentence in a blog recapping the work being done by ANA and DMA to advocate for the future of direct marketing amid the potential overreach of new data privacy restrictions like the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). I have rarely been accused of being understated, but that statement now seems like the opposite of hyperbole [...]

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