Home » Data & Analytics News » Swing for the Fences: How Innovative Marketing Analysis Hits a Home Run for the Education Industry
9 Marketing Predictions for 2018: Are You Prepared for Success?
From late December into early January, making predictions is trendy. We’ve based our predictions by combini...
Error - something went wrong!
Other content in this Stream
Early Decision Rates Decline Opening Door For Increased Diversity
In 2020, many colleges and universities have noticed a decrease in early decision applicants.
What Is Intelligent Tracking Prevention, And How Is It Evolving?
Safari’s Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP) is a privacy feature to protect users against third-party tracking. Firefox has a similar feature, and Chrome is developing one in their Privacy Sandbox.
U.S. Census Launches Multichannel, Innovative Ad Campaign To Increase Participation And Expand Audience Reach
The 2020 U.S. Census Bureau taps into multiple digital components and prioritizes diverse audiences.
Spotify Playlists For Pets – It’s The Cat’s Meow
Spotify playlists are more than just the personal compilations of fans, they can also be effective for building brand loyalty and partnerships.
Freshly Uses “Data In Real Time” To Meet Consumer Expectations
By using data in real time, Freshly is able to offer their customers the best, most desirable options.
Verizon Media Launches Privacy-Focused OneSearch
In a time where data privacy is top of mind for many consumers, OneSearch promises to stand out from the crowd as a privacy-focused search engine option.
What Is Dwell Time?
Dwell time is one factor that can help marketers make adjustments to their online user experiences.
Google Chrome To Phase Out Third-Party Cookies: Just The Facts
Google Chrome announced it will replace third-party cookies by 2022.
10 Lead Generation Predictions For 2020
2020 promises to be a big year of growth and change in lead generation, with an emphasis on personalized consumer engagement.
The Solar Energy Industry Experiences Rapid Growth Despite Varying Opinions
While solar is still a heavily debated topic, the solar energy industry has experienced a wave of growth and profitability, with several predictions of a bright future ahead.
Today’s Travel Industry Experiences A New Wave Of Trends
From foodie travel to subscription services to generational differences, the travel industry continues to evolve in order to meet the needs of consumers.
The Post-Pay Platform Grows In Popularity With Brands And Consumers
The rise of ecommerce has brought with it a variety of new payment tools offering no-interest options for consumers.
As Payment Solutions Diversify, Consumers Want Frictionless Options
For ecommerce brands, offering the right payment solutions can decrease abandoned carts and build brand trust.
BBC Promotes New ‘Doctor Who’ Season With AR Activation
The new season of BBC’s Doctor Who kicked off with a fun AR activation using QR codes.
Digital Advertising Spending Will Reach New Heights In 2020
In 2020, predictions suggest that digital advertising will account for more than half of the U.S. and global ad spend.
What Is The Zigbee Alliance?
The Zigbee Alliance develops universal open standards for the smart products transforming the way we live, work, and play.
Determining The Importance And Effects Of Consumer Reviews
Marketers have watched as consumers rely more and more on review platforms as a way to discover new businesses, form opinions on brands and share feedback based on personal experiences.
Bachelor-Level Higher Education Programs Drove Most Conversions For The Business Category In 2019
Higher education business program inquiry volume increased in 2019, with bachelor-level programs driving the most conversions, according to the 2019 Report On The State Of Business Education Demand.
The Subscription Industry Hones In On A New Audience: Kids
As the subscription industry continues to experience explosive growth, brands are taking note of the marketing opportunities and profitability of targeting a much younger audience.
Boomers And Gen Xers Are Embracing Technology At A Faster Rate Than Millennials