Last week, I had a dream — and in it, Karen Carpenter and I were friends. The following night, I had a similar dream.
Recently, I was on a train when I saw a connection request on LinkedIn from a former colleague of mine initiating a job search.
I was a big fan of President Bush 41. I believed strongly in his career of service, which prepared him well as our nation’s leader.
The FTC gave marketers an early Thanksgiving: recognition that “data” is indeed the fuel of the digital economy.
Here’s more about the awards, from the Silver Apple honorees themselves.
U.S. data policy-making efforts make certain assumptions about marketing. It’s as if there’s a sign coming, saying: “Data Is a Weapon.”
With DMA’s &Then18 in Las Vegas taking place this past week, I may report that the transformation to data-driven marketing is complete.
As women assume expanded marketing leadership roles in our field, it’s well worth taking some notes.
Part of the addressable media conundrum comes down to intimacy.
Inertia is a terrible thing. In marketing and beyond, inertia breeds complacency. It defeats initiative. And often leaves us stuck in
I’m judging marketing awards during the dog days of August, with steaming heat in New York City. It’s been a challenge this week choosi
CX, particularly for a brand such as Tesla, needs to catch up with the user experience of operating these art-and-science vehicles.
Now that social data, behavioral data and mobile data – structured and unstructured – are entering the mix, B2B organizations struggle
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.