Marketing D2C Weekly Editions for May 2022
Marketing D2C Weekly - Monday, May 16, 2022
In New Campaign, Casper Touts Art And Science Of Sleep
Peloton Versus Planet Fitness: A Tale Of Two Workouts
Data Cravings: Front-Line Workers Want Insights But Aren't Getting Them
Peloton Instructors Rally All Kinds Of Folks
Ecommerce Prices Fall In Some Categories
Data Dallying: CMOs Say Data Gets In The Way Of Creativity
Living On The Edge: Firms Apply Advanced Computing To Operations And CX
GetResponse Adds Ecommerce Suite To Platform
Marketing D2C Weekly - Monday, May 9, 2022
Wayfair, Etsy, eBay Struggle With Ecommerce Reset
BarkBox Gets Down With Dog-Mom Rap
Pesky Ads: Consumers Will Pay To Avoid Targeted Advertising In Social
BEC Bandits: FBI Reports $43 Billion In Global Email Scam Losses
Make-A-Move Marketing: Email, Direct Mail Top Channels For Reaching New Movers
The Brand Illusion: Senior Marketers See No Differences In Customer Value
Wunderman Thompson Launches Cross-Channel Commerce Service
Marketing D2C Weekly - Monday, May 2, 2022
In New Campaign, Tuft & Needle Pushes Sleep Wellness
Amazon Underwhelms As Online Shopping Slows
Libby's Bubbled Wine Woos Women With Mom's Day Instagram Campaign
P&G Sets First National Campaign For 'People-Friendly' Insecticide
Profits and Purpose Go Together: 4th Ave. Market Leans Into History
On Their Toes: Why Brands Are Embracing Agile Marketing
Compliance Sluggards: Most Email Senders Are Unprepared For CCPA
Cookie Cutter: Brands Already Face An Impact To Their Email Marketing