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Black Friday 2021 could be our most dysfunctional yet, thanks to clogged ports and limited manufacturing bandwidth. Could this be the end of BFCM? We asked Cart.com’s VP of Logistics, Jay Sauceda.
Bearaby's weighted blankets are most popular in winter — when paid ad prices are at their highest. That's a challenge the company's marketing team tackles with SEO, earned media, CRO, and... hedgehogs?!
Believe it or not, full-time marketing roles still exist — but fewer and fewer experienced marketers want one, especially long-term. We asked growth marketer Juda Borrayo what makes a full-time role worth staying in.
Influencer campaigns have done a lot. But can they make COVID-19 vaccines cool? We walked through the pros and cons of the White House's new "influencer army" with an expert in the field.
Marketers in the EU have spent the past three years working on the privacy-first web. GDPR taught them early how to work with opt-in buttons and the like. But iOS 14.5 is a different story.
What comes to mind first when we say, "Waco, TX?" If it's Chip and Joanna Gaines, or the HGTV show "Fixer Upper," that's their expert rebrand at work.
Now that iOS 14.5 has launched, Facebook's ad targeting algorithm has less data to train on. How will that impact its performance? Surge AI founder and data scientist Ferris Jumah gave us his predictions.
Cereal has been a sleepy category for years. Enter: Magic Spoon, a DTC brand that disrupted cereal as we know it, and grew 100%+ last year. Here's how they did it.
You probably remember Turbie Twist's '90s infomercials. What's the company up to now? Wading into e-commerce — and its storied past is its secret weapon.
Sure, zero-click Google searches are up. But optimizing longform content for search is still absolutely worth it, explains MarketerHire's director of marketing, Tracey Wallace.
Heads of growth are more in-demand than ever, but companies — especially startups — are struggling to fill the role. Delivering Value's Andrew Capland filled us in on why.
Rappers kickstarted mobile marketing as we know it — and they're usually a step ahead of the marketing industry. We talked to Trapital's Dan Runcie about why.
Instagram has been testing hiding like counts on posts. What would this mean for brand accounts — and Instagram ads? We asked Ben-Nun, a digital marketer who's spent $10M+ on Instagram.
We asked Nick Shackelford, managing partner at Structured Social, if iOS14.5 has hurt paid social performance data as badly as experts predicted. It's even worse than expected, he said — but the only way out is through.
“In order to succeed you need to do things that DON'T scale.” DTC growth marketer Nik Sharma tweeted that back in 2017 — and he says it’s just as true today.
Shopify has been making headlines for recent partnerships. Investors are excited. But what do these updated integrations actually mean for Shopify merchants’ marketing?
How did The Ordinary achieve its sky-high valuation? Well, it helps that the brand's products have gone viral on TikTok (where it's also verified, natch). We got Doe Lashes founder Jason Wong's take on why TikTok's so powerful in the beauty space.
“The [Venn diagram] of people that are interested in Lil Nas X and… hologram technology is pretty much a circle." Here's how one app discovered that overlap.
Furniture retailer West Elm has been having problems. Customers have been railing on their quality and service for years, and the pandemic led to the kind of shipping delays that make DTC brands weep. Why, then, are they doing better than ever?
Pre-pandemic, Ministry of Supply was building a modern workwear brand full of crisp-yet-travel-ready clothing — a brand that COVID could’ve crushed. How did they live to tell the tale? It all starts with spotting the four horsemen of a market shift.
Most outdoor furniture retailers don’t increase marketing spend in winter months. So why did Outer, a DTC outdoor furniture company, double down on holiday marketing last winter? Founder Jiake Liu explains his strategy that led to millions in sales.
On Instagram and TikTok, everyone wants to show off their John Deere tractor. Why? And what does that mean for the in-house marketing team? We asked John Deere's director of PR and social, Jen Hartmann.
We asked Ahrefs CMO Tim Soulo what "ethical marketing" means to him. He answered with a handful of principles he and the Ahrefs team live and work by.