Boomers have extended the concept of “aging in place” beyond its literal meaning. In addition to staying indefinitely in longtime homes, many are sticking with Web 1.0 and hoping to stave off retirement. But there’s lots of change in their lives as well.View this Report
Stephen Driscoll, vice president of marketing at AARP, discusses why email has remained relevant for marketers in today's fast-paced digital world.
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