Now, perhaps in the B2B environment in which a majority of these large companies operate (and spend millions every year on content), these findings should not come as a shock.
Not everyone understands what content can do for your bottom line. Columnist Rachel Lindteigen breaks it down so that your clients or team members will recognize the results of your efforts.
A content marketing strategy that focuses on mobile, personalization, and authenticity is more than a passing trend – it’s a must-have for fashion retailers in 2017 and beyond.
Blame it on the pace of change: A new study cited by the Wall Street Journal shows the average tenure of a chief marketing officer of a major brand is only 42 months — shorter than the typical life span of a goldfish. In fact, the field is changing so rapidly that many simply find it tough to keep up.
Ad tech and CRM are converging, and columnist Jordan Elkind believes the need for people-based measurement has never been greater.
Narvar found almost all consumers surveyed would buy again from a retailer if they were satisfied with the return process.
Lines between products, services, and user environments are blurring. The ability to craft an integrated customer experience will open enormous opportunities to build new businesses.