The two easiest ways to bring personalization into your marketing program are through email campaigns and Facebook ads.
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Major issuers are finally rolling out credit and debit cards with
microchips (a system known as EMV); 400 million are in circulation.
Twitter can be the driving force for generating high amounts of traffic, so stay up to date with its latest changes and developments.
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Question: What's one tip for creating a more engaging video for customers?
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Social media content never truly disappears from the consciousness of those who might use it to harm a business.
When you want customers to know more than your sales slogan, an
explainer video is a great way to highlight why your products are the best.