While the baby boomer and millennial generations have been an endless source of media fascination from past to present, there is an important “middle child”, so to speak, generation sandwiched in there, and its name is Generation X. Gen Xers are unique, and so are their buying habits. Specifically, we'll talk about Gen X home buying attitudes and what they mean for financial services marketers.
Social media has become a key component of a direct marketer's integrated marketing mix. When utilizing social media, it's crucial to determine goals and success metrics. Here's the scoop to help you define those actionable metrics.
If you're curious about how Anderson Direct & Digital came to be, we've got a quick rundown for you direct from our owner and CEO Ted Tietge (complete with those fun throwback pictures we all love to see).
Immerse yourself in the marketing world long enough, and you’ll likely hear some pretty interesting terms and phrases. For example, have you ever considered what the term “full-service marketing” means?
Marketing strategies and tactics are often defined by Segment (B2B or B2C), Channel (Email, Direct Mail, Social, etc.) or Industry. However, one of the most important categories to understand is Target Audience and one of the most commonly marketed target audiences are High Net Worth Individuals (HNWI’s)… also known as millionaires, rich or wealthy. HNWI’s have $1,000,000+ of investible or liquid income/assets (excludes Real estate, IRAs, durable/consumable goods, collectables) and represent 3.35 million households in North America*. These households collectively have approximately $11.4 trillion in investible or liquid income/assets and they account for more than half of all consumer spending.
Hang around the marketing world long enough and you’ll likely hear some pretty interesting terms and phrases. For example, have you ever heard the term “full service marketing agency” and wondered what it means exactly?
Every Friday morning at 9:00 am, you will find our largest conference room a bustle as members from numerous departments gather for our weekly iBreakfast Break training session. Everyone stops for a moment for a workshop (led by our savvy interactive team) about relevant interactive topics.
I would like to hear from anyone and everyone regarding your plans to go to the DMA conference this year. Those of us who are members gain a lot from the DMA in general but the conference is a wonderful event, if you are exhibiting, or simply attending. Whether you are a full service direct marketing agency or a mail house, you will learn, engage and build relationships at this global event.