Cross-channel marketing is creating new opportunities for email marketers to learn new skills and change their approach to program creation. While testing and optimizing subject lines or generating dynamic content is still tremendously important, it's the ability to fold these programs around a strategy and uniform approach to engaging customers, regardless of channel, that will make the competitive difference.
Download this webcast to watch, Marcus Tewksbury, Global Vice President of Product Strategy for Experian Marketing Services and Dan LeBlanc, VP Customer Intelligence and Relationship Management with Provide Commerce, discuss how marketers can successfully advance from single or multiple channel execution toward truly integrated, cross-channel marketing programs, centered on the customer.
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Global Vice President, Product Strategy, Experian Marketing Services
Marcus is a frequent speaker, having appeared at events for the American Marketing Association (AMA), Canadian Marketing Association (CMA), Direct Marketing Association (DMA), Integrated Marketing Summit, The Economist, Media Post, and Illinois Technology Association (ITA). His writing and presentations have appeared or been cited in numerous publications like Mashable.com, USAToday, Wall St. Journal, and the Word of Mouth Marketing Association (WOMMA).
Vice President, Customer Intelligence and Relationship Management, Provide Commerce.
Dan LeBlanc has over 10 years of experiencing conducting analytics and leading teams to maximize consumer intelligence.
Most recently, his focus has been on the online retail industry, using both internal and external data to help Provide Commerce—the company behind ProFlowers, RedEnvelope, and other gifting brands—create a “WOW” experience for their customers and the customers’ gift recipients. Through thoughtful analytics and partnerships with product development, merchandising, marketing and business development, he enables Provide Commerce to develop better products, target customers more effectively, and explore new business opportunities for their customers.
Prior to Provide Commerce, Dan worked at both Capital One Financial and Encore Capital Group leading teams tasked to better understand consumer spending and payment behavior. He holds a Masters of Science in Aerospace Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University and a Bachelors of Mechanical Engineering from McGill University.