Holiday Readiness: Customer-Centric Marketing to Increase Revenue


With the 2013 holiday season right around the corner, we thought we would share the most current industry customer-centric best practices to increase sales and shopper loyalty. You’ll find no faster, more proven way to drive up to 25% higher revenue this holiday season than by ensuring your marketing is comprehensively customer-obsessed.

Ken Seiff, former CMO of Brooks Brothers and MyBuys Chief Marketing Officer, Dan Druker, share their insights on the below topics in this 45 minute webcast:

  • Actionable marketing best practices based on real campaign performance data
  • The holiday imperative for mobile-centric email design
  • What you should do right now to be ready for the 2013 holiday season


Turbo-charge your holiday shopping results!




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