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How to make the most out of your data and maximise new business this Christmas

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The John Lewis advert is out, the mince pies are on the shelf and Wizzard is on repeat –  its official, Christmas is on its way. The busiest shopping period of the year has started. This should be music to … » Read more…

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Solving the data dilemma – see how you fare and take the quiz

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Many marketers face on ongoing dilemma: they understand the benefits that data-driven activity brings, but with so much data available, they don’t know where to begin. Sound familiar? Play our Data Dilemma quiz (below) to see how you are faring with … » Read more…

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Is Analytics revolutionary or reassuring?

This is an interesting conundrum and I’ll tell you the answer now, it is sometimes both, but more often it is the latter – reassuring rather than revolutionary. If I know the answer, why have I posed the question you … » Read more…

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