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Published By: Empyr     Published Date: Jan 09, 2018
Get the impressions and clicks for free; you only pay when the sale happens. The Empyr CPR Network represents 175M+ consumers and 1,500+ websites and apps.
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Published By: Empyr     Published Date: Jan 11, 2018
Read a case study on Empyr’s CPR platform: • Reach 175+ consumers • 100% attribution from an online consumer to an in-store sale • No upfront cost or minimum ad spend “The Empyr CPR campaign has been one of our best performing digital marketing campaigns because of the one-hundred percent attribution of the digital marketing spend to in-store sales. We finally are buying revenue and not ads. One of the biggest challenges for advertisers today is the gap between online advertising spend and in-store sales. Empyr has truly solved this challenge with their card-linked offers platform.”
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Published By: Mimecast     Published Date: Sep 30, 2008
Infrastructures of potentially dozens of servers have built up around corporate email systems to provide better governance, reduced risk and improved legislative compliance - anti-virus, anti-spam, attachment handling, encryption, disclaimers, archiving and hot-standby mail servers to name a few.
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mimecast, saas, software as a service, email archive, cpr, email evidence, ediscovery, medium-size business
    
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Published By: Empyr     Published Date: Jan 09, 2018
Like many brands with a large footprint of physical store locations, this automotive retailer was having trouble connecting its online ad spend to actual in-store revenue. In order to reach online consumers, their digital marketing strategy had been buying clicks (CPC) and impressions (CPM). They realized these methods were lacking because: - They had no true gauge of what ads were working - Their ROI was often inflated by making assumptions instead of using data - It required a heavy upfront investment
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