Marketing D2C Weekly Editions for July 2021
Marketing D2C Weekly - Monday, July 26, 2021
As Digital Food Slows, What's Ahead For D2C Meal Kits?
L.L. Bean Urges City Folk To Get Outside More In New Campaign
Research: Food Brands Keep Losing Power, As Ingredients Mean More
Effective Ecommerce Requires Thoughtful Investment
Bread, Not Chocolate: Parents Are Focusing On Basic Back-To-School Needs
Data Snails: Almost Two-Thirds Of Firms Are Not In Full Compliance With Privacy Laws
Promo Ace: Email Leads Redemptions, Beating Web And Social
Marketing D2C Weekly - Monday, July 19, 2021
Madison Reed Moves Into On-Demand Consults
New D2C, CPG Entrant: TeethRefreshers, For On-The-Go Mouthcare
In Olympic Push, Etsy Gets Earnest While Nike Turns Silly
Nordstrom Targets 20-Somethings With Asos Deal
The Free-Shipping Catch: Brands Have To Offer It If They Want The Order
They've Gotta Believe: What Makes Consumers Suspicious Of Brands
How Can TV Companies Win In Ecommerce-Centric World?
Living Large Online: Gen Zers Think Digital Appearance Is More Important Than Personal
Marketing D2C Weekly - Monday, July 12, 2021
Why Glossier Is Opening More Stores
Nordstrom Reports 'What Can I Wear To Work?' Frenzy
Pinterest's Ban Of Weight-Loss Ads Pushes Brands To Ditch Age-Old Strategies
First-Party Power: How Brands Can Avoid Relying On Cookies And Outside Data
Up The Amazon: Prime Day Sales Rose, But Not As Much As Ad Spend
Pay To Play: Consumers Are Highly Willing To Join Premium Loyalty Programs
Q2 Purview: From Privacy To Software, Email Marketers Face Many Changes
Marketing D2C Weekly - Tuesday, July 6, 2021
In Tough Times For Luggage, Away Reveals New Brand Strategy
Start-up D2C Brand From 70-Year-Old Bedmaker Debuts July 4
Study: Texting On the Rise Among Consumers And Marketers
New Tool Sends Triggered Emails When A Person Is In Their Inbox
Shoemaker Allbirds Reportedly Eyes Morgan Stanley For IPO
COVID-19 Litmus Test: The Most-Affected Consumers Have Different Needs, Expectations
Delivering The Goods: What Shoppers Want Online And In-Store
Pandemic Hangover: Consumers Are Wary As They Resume Purchasing