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Egle Mazonaite

Sr. Director, Performance Media, Merkle
Egle Mazonaite

Egle Mazonaite is a Senior Director of SEM and Performance Media at Merkle, providing senior delivery oversight for a group of clients, primarily in retail. Outside of digital strategy and client delivery, Egle works closely with Google on agency workstreams and supports on-going SEM department training, thought leadership and best practices development.


Egle was born and raised in Lithuania, where she completed her bachelor’s degree at Vilnius University. She moved to the United States 10 years ago to pursue her master’s degree at UNC Charlotte and joined Merkle shortly after graduation.


Egle loves to read and shares the love for the beach trips with her husband and their five-year-old daughter Sofija.

Egle's Articles, Blog Posts, Webinars and More

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Merkle’s Q3 2021 Digital Marketing Report: Benchmarks for the Quarter

Merkle’s Digital Marketing Report (DMR) uses benchmark data for paid search, SEO, display, paid social, and Amazon advertising to uncover important trends among brands and consumers. How are key performance indicators across Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Instagram faring? Where are the opportunities?
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The Retail Holiday Season: Considerations for Paid Search

A large opportunity exists for online retailers this Q4. Retail sales are expected to grow by double digits YoY, with the majority of the increase being driven by ecommerce growth. How can paid search marketers capitalize this holiday season?
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We Closed 2020. Is Your Digital Strategy Ready For 2021?

Needless to say, 2020 was a year like no other. Some advertisers were feeling the effects of reduced brick-and-mortar activity, while others rode the wave of increased eCommerce adoption.
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