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In an effort to capitalize on the ecommerce boom as of late, YouTube created an innovative way for brands to make their YouTube ads more “shoppable.”
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Parents, especially Millennials, are turning to tech in all forms to find the best options for raising their families.
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Insurance brands in Europe create fun and distinctive marketing campaigns to differentiate their companies.
Automated technology has a place in brands’ approach to customer service, but the human touch, and strong content marketing, can build trust.
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Major retailers have adapted DTC business models to keep up with consumers’ changing shopping habits as social distancing continues.
Content marketing, subscriptions and partnerships are the marketing strategies black-owned businesses are using to thrive and survive.
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Through a variety of digital marketing strategies, DTC contacts and glasses brands have managed to navigate these uncertain times, effectively connecting with consumers and scaling revenue.
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Dating apps have continued to experience increased usage while launching new marketing initiatives and closely monitoring users’ changing habits across different demographics.