Newsletter Harakiri

Newsletter! A letter with the news. That’s probably just what it is. But the consumer doesn’t want to read those! They are too busy on Facebook, reading messages on intra nets and training for triathlons. When was the last time YOU received a newsletter that you read...

Are the IT guys choosing your marketing tools?

I hate to be such a whiner, but I see it too often. The IT guys get to determine which marketing tools that are chosen. And of course, they try to the best of their abilities to select the right tools seen from their point of view. So, what’s important if you are...

Video interview: Getting your 'why' to live in omnichannel

Getting your ‘why’ to live in omnichannel This interview with CSO of Agillic, Rasmus Houlind was recorded at Børsen Marketing Conference 2017. The theme of the event was the question of the ‘why’, brand purpose and identity. But how does an...

How to get your ‘why’ to live in omnichannel

“So, in my opinion, a harmonious brand is one that masters both halves. Both having that likeability, sympathetic, attractive and welcoming feeling, backing it up by being able to remember, acknowledge, reward and help your customers”. This interview with CSO of...

Marketing Automation is a transitional phase

Marketing Automation is a transitional phase

Guest blogger Bernt Elkjær-Pedersen has been working with digital marketing for over 10 years and specialises in all aspects of working with Marketing Automation. His work has resulted in a comprehensive hands-on guide for the modern marketer, making Bernt Elkjær a...

From email to retail

For any retail business, email marketing has a pretty clear goal: to get your subscribers to visit your stores and shop until they drop. Even with a web shop available a local store can offer a more intimate and personal shopping experience. So how do you get your...

The dilemma of continuous growth

The dilemma of continuous growth

One of the most terrifying moments of doing digital marketing is when you run out of attention from your customers. Open rates, click rates, conversion rates – all start to turn and move downwards. You do some testing: Changing the creative elements, subject lines and...