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Equifax Digital Targeting Segments - Advertise your products and services to families for their back-to-school, or other seasonal, needs.
Use economic-based segmentation solutions from Equifax to increase customer long-term value and revenue and reduce campaign spend.
Use Equifax Digital Targeting Segments to reach online audiences as they start shopping for the holidays.
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Use Equifax Digital Targeting Segments to reach online audiences as they prepare for the upcoming school year.
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Use Equifax Digital Targeting Segments to reach online audiences as they shop for Mother's Day and Father's Day.
Financial institutions turn to Equifax for personalized and targeted email campaigns.
When consumers are under economic stress, differentiate your customers' households by likely financial resilience.
Use Equifax Digital Targeting Segments to reach audiences as they think about their tax refund.
Brokerage firms seeking to grow and generate new revenue streams can look towards differentiated financial data to help promote banking and lending products to high-potential audiences.
Online lending is an attractive opportunity for everyone from small-dollar lenders to specialty ﬁnanciers to retail businesses looking to expand online.
Equifax study Wealth Trends 2019 has shed light on the growth in wealth and assets of US consumers since the recession and how they are invested.
Equifax study Wealth Trends 2019 has shed light on how the different lifestages of US consumers affect investing.