Artificial intelligence and machine learning are starting to have a real impact on marketing, and the executives we’ve spoken to can’t
The Internet is full of idiots! And you’re advertising with them.
“If you have a credit report, there’s a good chance your sensitive personal information was exposed in a data breach at Equifax …”
In this video, Scott Stratten discusses email marketing in the “age of disruption.”
Scott Stratten, the president of UnMarketing, has lots of feelings about marketing today.
Online marketplaces proved unprepared to handle the disaster with humanity, or even respect for the law.
For all the sense it might seem to make to avoid divisive issues, we’re seeing that’s not always the right choice.
All my life, NFL football has been the most popular sport in America. But that popularity dipped in 2016. Has the league recovered?
The way people interact with mobile, streaming media and IoT is only making podcasts and other types of audio content more important.
According to the World Economic Forum, FinTech firms have not found traction to overthrow incumbent financial services institutions.
Adobe Target allows marketers to test aspects of the digital experience to target and personalize to individual consumers.
New technology from Accenture would allow fully programmatic product placement in online video even after they’re posted online.
How will the human marketing role change in an AI-dominated future? Are robots going to steal marketing jobs, or elevate them?
In this week’s episode of the Monday Marketing Minute, Facebook threatens to choke video spammers, Amazon sellers get a tax break, and chain restaurants turn to tech to connect with the Millennials who hate them.
Listen in as Jefferson Health’s Chief Digital Officer talks about the healthcare system’s digital strategy.