September’s direct marketing news headlines
An increasingly popular way to target ads directly isn’t just by channel, but also through format. John Lewis is increasingly focusing on social media, and is the first UK retailer to test 360 video.
Despite the clear risks of immediate fines in light of GDPR, Daniel Gilbert argues it as an opportunity. He claims that new regulations will naturally increase the targeting, relevance and therefore cost-effectiveness of communications.
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Using its Sensei AI Platform, Adobe is testing intelligent software capable of finding and personalising images to recipients on the fly. Although not available on the open market yet and totally reliant on good data feeds, it’s an interesting prospect.
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