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Dstillery Launches Data Visualization Tool Dscover Maps, Fueled by Quality Audience Profiles

Kate Talerico

Dstillery Launches Data Visualization Tool Dscover Maps, Fueled by Quality Audience Profiles

On Monday, applied data science company Dstillery of New York City launched its Dscover Maps product, which allows advertisers to get a big-picture view of audience data by geography. Dstillery throws out data points that aren’t useful to them—about 60 to 75% of data—leaving only quality information.

Cousins Subs Leverages Social, Marketing Tech to Stay Local

Kate Talerico

Cousins Subs Leverages Social, Marketing Tech to Stay Local

Look at the menu board at Cousins Subs, and you’ll immediately notice how important local is to the restaurant’s brand. But the commitment extends beyond the Wisconsin cheddar cheese featured among the Midwest chain’s list of local ingredients—it goes all the way back to how the brand chooses to represent itself on social channels.

Blaze Pizza Leverages Mobile App, Instagram, Events to Entice and Keep Customers

Kate Talerico

Blaze Pizza Leverages Mobile App, Instagram, Events to Entice and Keep Customers

Blaze Pizza has branded itself as the on-the-go pizza option for millennials. In-app mobile ordering, location technology, and a focus on partnering with local franchise owners who know their neighborhoods have allowed Blaze to maintain a robust loyalty program and keep its customers coming back.

How Dunkin’ Thinks About Google Assistant Integration and the Future of Mobile Ordering

Kate Talerico

How Dunkin’ Thinks About Google Assistant Integration and the Future of Mobile Ordering

“Increasingly, brands are being judged by the experience they deliver as much as the product,” said Paul Murray, Dunkin’ brands director of digital experience. “This is a really good example for us where we’re delivering on a great product and we’re also delivering on the experience, and we’re leveraging new technology to do it.”