Marketers have access to more information about customers and prospects than ever before, and more ways to reach them. Some companies are using this information to tailor marketing messages not just to an individual’s preferences and personality but to the precise context they find themselves in at any given time. This Economist Intelligence Unit paper from SAP examines the challenges associated with the practice of contextual marketing.
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