MarTech Today: ShareIQ’s image-based segments, winning the martech enablement race & how the IoT changes everything
Barry Levine on August 22, 2017 at 9:00 am
From MarTech Today:
- ShareIQ can now generate ad-targeting segments of users who have interacted with brand images
Aug 21, 2017 by Barry Levine
The company says this is the first image-based segmenting, and that it can also create groups of users who have looked at competitors’ images.
- The 3 undisputed truths about lead nurturing
Aug 21, 2017 by Seth Price
Contributor Seth Price discusses how automation, content marketing and eliminating limits to follow-ups will improve the success of your lead nurturing efforts.
- Martech enablement series: Part 3 — Assembling your team members
Aug 21, 2017 by Peter Ladka
In his third piece in a nine-part series, contributor Peter Ladka takes a look at the similarities between a race team and a martech team, explaining how to model your team to help it win in the martech enablement race.
From Marketing Land:
- How the Internet of Things changes everything
Aug 21, 2017 by Michael Della Penna
Contributor Michael Della Penna lays out the opportunities and the challenges facing marketers as billions of internet-connected data-producing devices continue to come on line every year.
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