EDITOR'S LETTER: THE SLOW, STEADY EVOLUTION OF CONSUMER EXPERIENCE MARKETING

We've all seen it, the good, the bad and the ugly of consumer experience marketing. The good is a seamless interaction with a brand that approaches shopping with a trusted friend and creates a sense of fulfillment. The bad is getting parked in a digital cul-de-sac by a brand's nascent and fumbling direct-to-consumer play. And...

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