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Wemark Mystery Shopping

Automating $30B in lead-gen: Integrate grows 20% a month tackling marketing's last mile

In his last company, Scott Vaughan generated in excess of 85,000 leads per month. At Integrate, his goal is to automate the last mile of high-end lead generation. 552 more words


Nexage Introduces Retargeting Capability on the Nexage Marketplace

AOL and Criteo Among First to Leverage Functionality to Expand Mobile Reach

BOSTON, MA–(Marketwired – Oct 15, 2014) – Nexage, the premium mobile programmatic marketplace, today announced the ability to support advanced mobile web retargeting, fulfilling the strategic goal of engaging consumers as they move throughout their day. 67 more words


Second life for flyers: 77% of consumers want paper circulars to go digital

Three quarters of us check those annoying but oh-so-tempting paper flyers or circulars that come to the house every weekend, highlighting local shopping deals.

Most of us, however, just want the deals — the paper we can live without. 313 more words


WeMark India : Our Services

WeMark India is an ISO 9001:2008 Certified Company. It Provides your business ‘Customer Ready’; assisting further in your pursuit of adding and retaining loyal consumers. A business that you cannot monitor by yourself or a retail chain with hundreds of franchise ideally requires our expert mystery shopping services in Delhi, India. 271 more words

Wemark Mystery Shopping

Localytics’ new Profiles integrates in-app data into your total marketing — and customer journey — ecosystem

Once upon a time we added digital to stone age marketing methods, and all the data we collected was siloed, separate, and hard to integrate into our Flintstones-era TV numbers, our snail mailer response rates, and our dead-tree magazine ads. 920 more words


The DNA of Salesforce users (infographic)

Dreamforce 2014 is coming next week and rabid hordes of marketing technologists will be descending on San Francisco to learn about all things Salesforce.

Well, probably not rabid. 199 more words