Marketing D2C Weekly Editions for December 2021
Marketing D2C Weekly - Monday, Dec. 27, 2021
D2C Brands Keep Winning New Customers
Despite Supply Struggles, Nike Posts Strong Results
Hims & Hers Takes The Channels Less Traveled
Check Me Out: Consumers Are Fed Up With Passwords And Resets, Study Shows
Metrics Underdog: North America Follows Europe In Email Clicks, Opens
Marketing D2C Weekly - Monday, Dec. 20, 2021
In First M&A Move, Harry's Adds Lume
Consumers Plan to Shop Less In Holiday's Final Stretch
'Bored Firemen' Fire Up Element Fire Extinguisher Campaign
HBO Max And Peloton: Who's Zooming Whom?
The Gen Z Frenzy: Dueling Studies Show They Want Ease Of Use When Shopping
SMBs Are Humming: Most Had Higher Ecommerce Sales This Year -- And Email Helped
100 Proof Data: How Brands Distill Customer Information To Make Decisions
Marketing D2C Weekly - Monday, Dec. 13, 2021
Titan Casket Wants To Shake Up The Coffin Business
With Trupanion, Chewy Moves Into Pet Insurance
Wayfair Delivers On Promise To Open IRL Stores
Athleta, Lululemon Still Growing Fast
Easy To Say Yes: Consumers Ignore And Delete The Emails They Signed Up For
Inflation Spiral Goes Viral: Online Prices Surge, But Discounts Help
Social Climbing: Most Shoppers Have Purchased Via Facebook, Other Channels
Been There, Done That: It's Time To Send Year-End Email Wrap-Ups
Omni-Bust: Many Brands Still Don't Have A Mature Marketing Strategy
Marketing D2C Weekly - Monday, Dec. 6, 2021
With Billie Acquisition, Edgewell Locks In D2C Leadership
Skechers, Allbirds Intensify Move Toward Greener Sneakers
After Lawsuit, Ads For Dame's Sex 'Toys' Debut On NYC Subways
Mopey Monday: It's Now Less Cyber Monday Than Cyber Month, Adobe And Salesforce Say
In Its Big Weekend, Holiday Shopping Beats Expectations
Upsetting The Apple Cart: Tips On How To Cope With Mail Privacy Protection
School For Scoundrels: Phishing Kits Lower Barrier To Entry For Email Fraud