by Ray Schultz on Feb 14, 3:25 PM
Almost 90% of execs surveyed agree that creative work is important for driving business objectives, InSource reports.
by Ray Schultz on Feb 13, 2:14 PM
Digital privacy may take a hit, thanks to new products that can help firms to gain insights into website traffic.
by Ray Schultz on Feb 12, 4:33 PM
A luxury jewelry seller saw staggering results when it launched a print catalog and tested it with email.
by Ray Schultz on Feb 11, 3:25 PM
From email to apps, there is a "seismic shift in the way companies engage with customers," Twilio states.
by Ray Schultz on Feb 10, 5:06 PM
The class-action suit alleges a data breach, cites CCPA -- but does not invoke it as law.
by Ray Schultz on Feb 7, 1:55 PM
Emails claiming to be from an anti-spam group say, 'Urgently Take Action.' Those who click will be fed malware. Can it get any worse?
by Ray Schultz on Feb 6, 4:46 PM
Ecommerce firms differ in their success in driving conversions. Arts and Crafts have the highest rate, while baby care firms have the lowest, Sailthru reports.
by Ray Schultz on Feb 5, 2:10 PM
Mobile dominates opt-out activity. And Yahoo is the service provider that experiences the most opt-outs, OPTiZMO reports.
by Ray Schultz on Feb 4, 12:23 PM
The safest candidates are Biden, Bloomberg and Steyer. The most vulnerable are Trump and Sanders, FireOak Strategies reports.
by Ray Schultz on Feb 3, 3:58 PM
Less than a fifth of companies are well-prepared for laws like GDPR and CCPA, Winterberry Group reports. Here's what they need to handle access and consent requirements.
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