Mary Kearl

Writer

Mary Kearl is a writer and digital strategist, who has led email, social media, and content marketing for several brands. She has helped launch six mobile apps and one niche social network and is always up for a good Netflix/Hulu/Amazon Prime binge recommendation or travel tip

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The Six Pillars of Braze Alloys: Additional Channels

While your customers engage on all of the main marketing channels, it’s likely they’re on many of the up-and-comers as well. Instead of spending valuable time and resources searching for a platform that’s slow to support new channels, plug-and-play with our best-in-class ecosystem.

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The Six Pillars of Braze Alloys: Channel Extensions

Channel enhancements are all about increasing engagement, saving your team time, and pushing forward your strategy. Go beyond native capabilities by leveraging channel extensions.

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The Six Pillars of Braze Alloys: Insights

As what we can accomplish evolves, so does our ability to measure success. That’s why we’ve built an inclusive and expansive ecosystem capable of adapting to any insights your brand needs.

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Exploring the Vertical Stack: Every Brand’s Dream

Every brand cares about providing great experiences to its customers—but making it happen take thought, care, and the right technologies. Take a closer look at what brilliant customer experiences look like today and what it takes to make them happen with our vertical engagement stack content series.

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Exploring the Vertical Stack: The Trouble With Channel Silos

In the decade-plus since the introduction of the first iPhone, we’ve seen the rise of newer digital avenues, like push notifications, in-app messaging, and SMS, giving marketers many new options. Learn about the downsides of channel silos and what it takes to overcome them with our vertical engagement stack content series.

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Exploring the Vertical Stack: The Data Burden (And What It Means for Marketers)

When businesses lack marketing technology systems that can speak to each other (and in real time), that can put marketing, growth, and engagement teams in the same unfortunate position as drivers trying to make their way through a storm. Learn about the data burden brands can face and what it takes to overcome them with our vertical engagement stack content series.