Marketing D2C Weekly Editions for October 2019
Marketing D2C Weekly - Monday, Oct. 21, 2019
Making Friends: How Smart D2C Brands Engage Customers
SmileDirect, DoorDash And 23AndMe Top D2C Ad Spenders
Google Starts Drone Deliveries Directly To Homes
From 007's Ride To Custom Doghouse, Neiman Marcus Has It All
D2C Acquisition Costs Need Not Bankrupt Them
Second-Quarter Drift: Email Opens And Clicks Fell Slightly, Epsilon Reports
So You Want To Start A Business: Get Ready For A Long Haul, Mailchimp Says
Walmart Kicks Off In-Home Grocery Delivery
'Allrecipes' To Launch Kitchen Line With Lifetime Brands
Allbirds To Open 20 Stores in 2020
How To Refresh Your Email Marketing Campaigns
Marketing D2C Weekly - Monday, Oct. 14, 2019
Wine Insiders' Secret? Older Drinkers, Plenty of Reds, QVC
Toys R Us Ties Its Comeback To Target
Toms Shoes Hacked, Customers Get Email 'From A Nice Man:' Report
Gmail Is Top Webmail Service -- Except In Some Countries, Study Finds
Today's Teens Spend Less, Care More, Wear Nike
eDataSource Rolls Out Email Journey Mapping Tool
Gen Z Women: Tech-bivalent, Fiercely Open-Minded
Campaign Monitor Debuts Enhanced Ecommerce Tool For SMBs
Privacy Sinkholes: Deloitte Finds Gaps In Retail Performance
Feedback Can Boost Email Marketing Results
Five Ways To Build Results With Cold Emailing
Marketing D2C Weekly - Monday, Oct. 7, 2019
'Hims, Hers' Hopes To Shake Up Healthcare
Thinx Debuts First National TV Ad Campaign
Walmart Sells ModCloth
Hungryroot Launches Personalized Healthy Foods Service
Amid Fast-Fashion Guilt, H&M Sales Rise
Homemade Marketing Tech Is Popular But Time-Consuming: Study
Walgreens Partners With Postmates
An Automation Roadmap For SMBs
The Affiliate Agenda: How To Pick A Good Email Lead Source
Americans Send 34.71 Emojis Per Day, Study Finds
Polishing Your Reputation: SMBs Are Failing To Protect Their Online Image
Positive Thinking About GDPR