The recent SCOTUS tax ruling may have effectively removed “physical presence” for e-commerce retailers as a nexus standard for
Accountability — for perhaps decades too long — was relegated second-class status by general advertising and creativity worship.
If an agency today is not proving its command of creative, data and relevance, then it’s not proving its presence as a business driver
There wouldn’t even be a brouhaha over one space or two if even having a marketing copywriting style guide as a reference didn’t seem
This past week, we bid farewell to a gentleman and a marketing pioneer, Arthur Blumenfield. For those of us in the New York marketing
I refuse to jump on the privacy “scandal” bandwagon. It is rough listening in this week to certain lawmakers fail to recognize the
Even as digital marketing was born — websites, search, email — were often described, rightly so, as “direct marketing on steroids.” But
It’s striking how marketing organizations — specifically, data-driven marketing organizations — seek to overcome challenges in people,
You’ll have to forgive me. Forces are conspiring — and it’s giving me a “deer in headlights” feeling. And I’m not alone.
During most market corrections — when the Dow drops by 10 percent or more — equity investors are reminded to take a long-term view, and
The real workhorse of data-driven marketing — and perhaps soon all of advertising (or branded storytelling, some industry folks now
I found it quaint when my server at a hotel restaurant came up to me and said this morning, “Would you like to see today’s paper with y
How did 2017 work out for you? Well, let’s look forward to 2018 — and imagine what could be. The optimist in me is gung-ho on what’s
Right on cue. My last blog post happened to discuss Europe’s forthcoming “Data Freeze.” Enter a new U.S. study that articulates just
European policymakers are transfixed with setting personal information controls on the private sector, and — beginning May 2018 — will