Publishing, media, and entertainment companies, and each of the sub-verticals within these industries, have such differing publishing models that they also have vastly different processes for the use of email. At the same time, they face a common challenge: How to more effectively engage audiences and increase revenue. Here’s a quick overview of the different models
Looking around a crowded subway, a café, a mall, or pretty much any other public space, you will quickly notice one thing: people using mobile devices. They’re everywhere and have become a permanent fixture in our lives and landscape. According to a recent Pew survey, around 88% of Americans who own a smartphone have checked
This article originally appeared on Marketing Land on January 14, 2015: I don’t know about you, but I’ve become pretty desensitized to promotional emails after the recent holiday break. In fact, you could probably slap me over the head with a 99 percent discount, and I’d still ignore you. I’m just not in the mood
Consumers today have an abundance of choice, and capturing their interest with email messaging requires creativity and new ideas. How can you make the move from broadcasting email newsletters to creating individually-personalized and tailored messaging to grab the attention of your email subscribers? Find out in the next installment of our 30-Minute Mentor Webinar series.
This past Monday my esteemed colleague Akin Arikan commented on one of the top business challenges that executives attending last week’s Digiday Publishers Summit talked about. Unanimous (almost) was how to monetize the mobile channel. But it doesn’t stop there. Here’s another topic that is keeping publishers up at night: Challenge #2: How to prevail