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Do CMOs Use Digital Advertising for Consumer Insights?


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Do CMOs Use Digital Advertising for Consumer Insights?Nearly two-thirds of CMOs worldwide don’t currently use digital advertising to better understand the audiences within their CRM database, according to September 2015 research.
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