Marketing ARCHIVE

CDW buys its way into IT services market  Nov 01, 2006 10:30 PM By Jim Tierney

For computer reseller CDW Corp., 2005 was a record-setting year in a variety of fiscal categories, including sales ($6.29 billion) and net income ($272.1


Lake Champlain Chocolates was scheduled in October to move its packaging, warehousing, and shipping divisions into a building down the street from its

Cuddling Up to Comailing  Nov 01, 2006 10:30 PM By Jim Tierney

Like most everyone else, catalog companies are always looking for ways to cut costs. And now, with the pending postal rate increase, there’s a greater

Naturalizer’s brand makeover lifts sales  Nov 01, 2006 10:30 PM By Heather Retzlaff

One look at the revamped Naturalizer catalog and it’s clear that these are not your mother’s Naturalizers. The St. Louis-based manufacturer/merchant of

Caught in the Net  Nov 01, 2006 10:30 PM By Heather Retzlaff

A year after launching a Website selling its outdoor sporting gear and clothing in 1996, Recreational Equipment Inc. (REI) installed Internet kiosks in

Home Depot Drops Two High-End Titles  Nov 01, 2006 9:07 PM By Tim Parry

The Home Depot has dropped two high-end catalogs that it had launched just one year ago. But the big-box retailer has no plans to exit the direct-to-consumer home market.

A hopeful holiday  Nov 01, 2006 7:30 PM By MCM staff

Going into the holiday 2006 season, it’s not the most optimistic of times. Consumers are weary of the Iraq war, leery of another rise in energy costs,

More Predictions of Strong Holiday Sales, but…  Nov 01, 2006 2:41 AM By MCM staff

Forrester Research says that holiday shoppers are pessimistic this year. But BDO Seidman says that chief marketing officers at leading retailers are quite optimistic

Financial Reports: IAC, Blue Nile  Nov 01, 2006 2:07 AM By MCM staff

The third quarter was a strong one for IAC, parent of, HSN, and the Cornerstone Brands catalogs.

Multichannel Campaigns: Making Your Data Meaningful  Oct 30, 2006 11:48 PM By MCM staff

To recap: We have covered three of the five steps to optimize your data: data aggregation (getting your data together), data augmentation (filling in the gaps in your data), and data processing (making your data useful).
The next step in the process is data analysis, or making your data meaningful

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