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Kathy Bryan is the Chief Marketing Officer at Digital Media Solutions (DMS). In this role, Kathy is responsible for all aspects of marketing and communications for DMS, the leading global martech company leveraging innovative, performance-driven brand and marketplace solutions to connect consumers and advertisers.Follow on Linkedin Visit Website More Content by Kathy Bryan
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As summer heats up, pest control companies will be more in demand in some parts of the country and brands should stay top of mind for consumers.
In this article, we’ll dive into the webinar’s top three takeaways for higher education marketers.
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Once the weather warms up, brands that can help homeowners get their homes in shape for the summer offer promotions, helpful content and subscriptions to connect with consumers.
As state-specific social distancing regulations change day by day, higher education institutions are actively considering multiple scenarios for what the fall semester may look like.
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Fresh margaritas and delicious Mexican food can still be found this Cinco de Mayo as brands create fun activations for stay-at-home celebrations.
In this article, we dive into three strategies for boosting fall 2020 yield and highlight colleges and universities that have found ways to effectively innovate amidst uncertainty.
Despite not being able to enjoy the usual Earth Day festivities, brands, businesses and cultural organizations are celebrating virtually across the globe.
In 2019, declining interest rates combined with limited housing inventory drove strong anticipated mortgage loan purchase amounts.
Although many stores shuttered during coronavirus, hardware stores were deemed essential and are providing consumers with valuable services.
With all professional sports on hold indefinitely, the NBA is putting on a HORSE competition with stars of basketball shooting from home.
Passover and Easter are typically a time for celebrating with family, which this year will happen virtually for many celebrants.
The excitement surrounding the March Madness tournament offers marketers the opportunity to increase consumer engagement and expand their audience reach.
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To kick off Women’s History Month, here are three marketing campaigns that feature famous women creatives.
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This year’s New York Fashion Week (NYFW) featured creative partnerships and digital activations.