Four students from Temple University and their advisor, Target Marketing blogger Chuck McLeester, talk about the DirecTV campaign that
Almost magical advances in technology have enabled a world of convenience and entertainment. For marketers, this has increased customer touchpoints and buying complexity exponentially. Prospects are increasingly less likely to convert in a linear manner—see a commercial, pick up the phone, and place an order—than they were in the past.
There’s never been a book about direct marketing quite like this before. There are chapters that will show you how to create high-performance programs. There are off-the-wall, laugh-out-loud chapters you can’t show to your boss. There are even chapters that might tick you off. So, if you’re looking for the typical direct marketing drone-a-thon, don’t buy this book!
There are eight main reasons why donors stop supporting organizations.
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I design my own business cards—and print them on glossy stock. For months, I watched the Vistaprint TV spot offering 250 Business Cards for $10, with free shipping. Okay, I thought, I'll try these guys.
A bespectacled boy in a sweater vest and a bow tie stands in front of a classroom of elementary school students who say they are confused about the Affordable Care Act. Pointing toward what he's written in blue, pink and yellow chalk on the blackboard behind him, the "teacher" has a simple answer for all of the questions coming at him.
Four students from Temple University and their advisor, Target Marketing blogger Chuck McLeester, talk about the DirecTV campaign that won them the big prize.
TV pitchman Kevin Trudeau, who was convicted last year of criminal contempt for exaggerating the contents of his weight-loss book in infomercials, was sentenced on Monday to 10 years in prison. Trudeau, 51, who has been held in federal custody since his conviction in November, will also have five years of supervised release after serving his sentence, U.S. District Court Judge Ronald Guzman said. "He is deceitful to the very core, and that type of conduct simply cannot stand
Who would have imagined even a few years ago we'd be talking about multitasking entertainment and media consumption? Sitting down to watch TV or waiting in line used to be a singular activity. In today's omnichannel world—where consumers access 24/7 content across channels—it seems natural for them to use whatever device is handy to get what they need, or more than one. But are you making the most of this behavior when engaging with your customers and prospects?