Category Archives: Pinterest

Email marketers don’t have time for shiny new things

I’m looking forward to MarTech on Sept. 14-15, when I join Kath Pay (Holistic Email Marketing), Jennifer Cannon (Shotflow) and Kim Davis (MarTech and Third Door Media) to talk about new developments email marketers need to know about.  One of those issues is the perennial “bright-and-shiny” disease. It can be just as contagious as you-know-what. […]

Zendesk acquires

Customer service and sales software company Zendesk has announced its acquisition of AI-powered support solution The acquisition aims at further boosting Zendesk’s agent and admin productivity tools, adding to such offerings as Zendesk macro suggestions (based on ticket context in order to increase agency efficiency), as well as Answer Bot (a chatbot which can […]

Making AI work for workflow management

Wearable technology company Fitbit was using Jira for project management, and was looking to increase efficiency for future product cycles. After implementing the Wrike for Marketers solution, the marketing team reported slashing 400 hours of meeting time per year, and over 50% less time spent on project management because of the way it was intelligently […]

A loyalty boom for David’s Bridal using mobile wallet technology

David’s Bridal, a US-based retailer that specializes in wedding dresses and formal wear for proms and other events, had a problem. Their legacy printed coupon system was complicated for their both customers and store associates. But updating the system was no small task. The company started in 1950 as a single bridal salon in Florida […]

Data and confused: The increasing complexity of digital ad targeting

As the business world struggles to understand the implications of the revolving news of the third-party cookie ban, digital ad targeting is growing more complex than ever. Google recently announced an extension of the third party cookie ban however the complexity and uncertainty remain. Whereas social media was perhaps the greatest tool to create a […]

Twitter’s Shop Module pilot adds a product carousel to profiles

Twitter has launched Shop Modules, a dedicated section at the top of profiles where brands can showcase their products, as a pilot, the company announced Wednesday. The Shop Module pilot is currently rolling out with a handful of brands in the U.S., and only people in the U.S. who use Twitter in English on iOS devices are […]

Place Exchange completes spinout from OOH publisher Intersection

Place Exchange, an SSP for out-of-home, completed its spinout from its former parent company Intersection, a major OOH publisher. Ari Buchalter, who served as CEO for both companies, now takes over as CEO of Place Exchange. Previous COO of Intersection, Chris Grosso, replaces Buchalter as CEO of the publisher. In anticipation of vaccine rollouts and […]