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Digital Is the New Marketing: 7 Lessons in Transitioning from Traditional to Digital

Digital Is the New Marketing
Are you 100 percent confident in your digital marketing skills? If not, you’re not alone. Most marketers were trained in traditional marketing methods. As a result, a study by Adobe found only 48 percent of digital marketers think they are highly proficient at Digital Marketing. Why do less than half... read more →

Are You Getting Ready? California’s New Privacy Regs Take Effect in 2020

California’s New Privacy Regulations: What Marketers Need to Know Now
As we approach 2020, there’s a buzz brewing across California’s marketers. It has to do with the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA). In January 1, 2020, the CCPA is set to go into effect, and many businesses must get ready. How much do you invest in being CCPA... read more →

Understanding Your Customer: How Innovation is Changing the Research and Insights Landscape

Understanding Your Customer - Panel
At our recent event, Understanding Your Customer – How Innovation is Changing the Research and Insights Landscape held at the Google Community Space in San Francisco, a panel of leading market researchers shared their insights on how innovation is leading the quantitative and qualitative market research industry. The expert panel... read more →

Voice Apps: Delivering Personalized Conversational Voice Shopping Experience at Scale

Voice Apps
Success in today’s mobile world means finding new ways to build customer relationships that last. And in today’s multi-channel world, e-commerce businesses expect customers to interact with them through the channel of their preference. According to Harvard Business Review, 73% of consumers use multiple engagement channels in their interactions with... read more →