Integrated marketing is the key to a successful campaign. And knowing your audience is the key to a successful integrated marketing mix.
Email marketing is not dead. Email marketing is very much alive. An article published this week by eMarketer has solid data behind those two statements.
Every marketer knows marketing is storytelling. But telling the story is one thing. Telling a story that sells is another.
Merit Mile, an integrated communications agency serving some of the world’s most reputable brands, was recently recognized by The Stevie® Awards as a PR Campaign of the Year winner.
IBM’s artificial intelligence technology, Watson, is generating a buzz among marketers. More and more companies are partnering with IBM Watson to help them solve data daunting tasks for their marketing departments.
Global shopping trends have drastically been altered with the advent of e-commerce.
Merit Mile recently announced the expansion of its Technology Markets division with the appointment of technology veterans Scott Lindars and Earl Siamundo, both serving as Director of Technology Markets.
Welcome back to the Five Essential Ingredients of a Service Provider Marketing Plan. In part one, we discussed finding your unique story, defining your marketing strategy and performing a marketing assessment. In part two we bring everything together into a measurable, audience-specific marketing plan.
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