How ASICS Drives Double-Digit Growth with Zero-Party Data

Over the last fifteen years, personalized marketing has been built on stalking consumers. Third-party cookies, third-party lists, and third-party data were the norm—even though we marketers knew this unverified information was imperfect and intrusive.  Today, the landscape of data collection for personalization in marketing is shifting quickly. Thanks to increasing regulatory scrutiny and a long-overdue ...
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How to Find Digital Banking Customers Your Risk Team Will Love

Like many industries, banking underwent a massive digital transformation during the Covid-19 pandemic. In April 2020 alone, there was a 200% increase in new mobile banking registrations and an 85% rise in mobile banking traffic. William Demchak, Chairman and CEOof PNC Bank, describes it as a ten-year shift in consumer behavior that occurred in two ...
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How to Run a Successful Identity Marketing Sweepstakes

Sweepstakes campaigns are a great way for marketers to generate leads. According to an analysis by Wishpond, contest email CTRs are 5.5% higher than other emails, and contest landing page conversions are 7.3% higher than typical landing pages. When your sweepstakes is also an identity marketing campaign, you can see even greater success. Why You ...
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New Harris Survey: Teachers’ Plight and How Brands Can Help

When Covid-19  hit, it disrupted families and schools across the United States. Parents were overwhelmed, teachers were displaced, and children had to start learning from home. A year and a half later the pandemic continues to take an unthinkable toll on our communities, creating social, emotional, and academic burdens - especially for students and teachers. ...
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Five Tips From 44 CMOs On Building Trust With Zero-Party Data

Marketers have long relied on third-party data to target and acquire customers, personalize messages, and drive growth. However, those days are numbered. Increased digital privacy concerns are driving investments in new data sources, customer content, and community-building programs.  Data collection and the understanding of customer identity is changing. Marketers are discovering that first-party and zero-party ...
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Think Outside the Mailbox: How to Digitize a New Movers Campaign

As a frequent mover, I’ve changed my address with USPS many times. I always sign up to receive the new-mover offers, and I’m always disappointed when the packet arrives. The discounts are often too small to make much of a difference, and keeping track of paper coupons in the chaos of my move is nearly ...
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How to Win Brand Influencers with Professions Verification

When you’re meeting someone for the first time, how often do you ask, “What do you do?”  It’s a popular first question because someone’s profession isn’t just a title, it’s a part of their identity and reveals a great deal about them. Finding out what someone does for a living can jumpstart a conversation and ...
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3 Customer Acquisition Strategies for Post-Pandemic Retail

Sai Koppala, CMO at SheerID, shares strategies to help retailers create a stronger connection with customers. This article originally appeared here. COVID has forced consumers online, and that's where they'll stay even after the pandemic is over. More consumers have gravitated in even greater numbers than anticipated to purchase online. According to the U.S. Census ...
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Is It Back to Normal for Students When They Return to School?

Widespread eligibility for the Covid-19 vaccine has made students hopeful about returning to their campuses this fall, but uncertainty about what the future holds has made schools cautious. Will academic life really be “back to normal”? And, after this unprecedented year, what does that even look like? For marketers, it means having to parse student ...
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Marketing to Teachers

Marketing to Teachers
Why Market to Teachers? Educators make up a large consumer group. There are about 7 million teachers, college professors, and administrators in the US, and they have $329 billion in spending power.  And teachers aren't just spending that on personal items. According to our annual teacher survey, 94% of teachers used their own money to ...
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