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HHQ Vol. 3 Spring 2018
Welcome to the spring 2018 issue of Harte Hanks Quarterly. Check out thought-provoking articles on all things marketing—from creative to martech, segmentation to talent development.
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The digital revolution has finally reached the insurance industry. Using a buyer's journey framework and ODI-based diagnostics provides the tools necessary to compete against insurtech disruptors.
Harte Hanks Featured Vol 9 April 2018
Harte Hanks' monthly collection of marketing thought leadership. Our April 2018 issue features articles on retail, the buyer's journey, agile marketing, brand-shaming and much more.
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Alex Gill, SVP of B2B Strategy at Harte Hanks, explains some of the mistakes brands are making with their account based marketing (ABM).
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In this interview by Dr. Karl Hellman with Alan Kittle, SVP Creative and Strategy at Harte Hanks, Alan shares his perspectives after an extended series of client meetings across the USA and Europe.
How NOT to do Creative Services: Cartoon #3
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We believe collaboration is key when it comes to creating truly creative work. That’s why we employ an agile process—one where teams are fluid, and everyone works together.
Customer Support Channels to Master in 2018
Before moving into new and impressive technologies to improve support and customer experience, brands need to master well-established channels like social, video and web-based support first.
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To attract new customers and improve loyalty, this regional bank needed a strategy that centered on the customer, that integrated all key channels and that leveraged smart personalization.
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The digital interface is laced with temptations to forget we are dealing with human beings. Content IS our digital conversation, and we must follow digital clues to provide the right content.
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