Apple and Amazon first set up shop in their founder’s garages. A young man was frustrated with the steep cost of hiring a private driver after a party, leading to the creation of Uber. Starbucks exists because three students began selling high-quality coffee beans to local coffee shops.
Email marketing remains to be a powerful tool for promoting a business. Basically, this strategy involves the use of email to market products and services and build relationships with potential customers. With billions of people who have active email accounts, there’s no reason why marketers and businesses should not utilise this approach to increase their revenues.
Whilst the rush to meet the data compliance deadline set by the General Data Protection Regulation may be over, the impact of GDPR on the marketing world is only just starting reveal itself.
Did you survive the race for data compliance? Last month, marketers rushed to get their houses in order and ensure their processes were GDPR compliant before the May 25th deadline. If your subscriber list took a hit, what's your new approach for growing your email database?
In the lead up to the GDPR compliance deadline on 25th May, many businesses are repermissioning their databases through email marketing campaigns. In this blog, we'll share 10 of our favourite examples that we've seen so far...
As we head towards the deadline for GDPR compliance, it's time (if you haven't already) to start planning your approach to aligning marketing processes with new data rules outlined by The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
As the date for GDPR compliance looms and it's now (at the time of writing) just a couple of months away before the new data regulations become law, we thought we'd pull together our favourite resources on this important topic.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into full affect in May 2018, and the changes present significant difficulties for marketers. Businesses will be required by law to provide transparency about how they collect and store data as well as gain true consent before using this data, giving consumers more control. What does this mean for retailers? Read on to find out...
Hyper-personalisation in email has been talked up for a while now, but this year the industry will see a significant move towards more innovative tactics and data-driven personalisation.
Whilst tried and tested marketing channels and traditional advertising are still relevant for generating leads and acquiring new customers in this digital age, inbound marketing is emerging as a lucrative lead generation approach for businesses, particularly in B2B.