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time 18:15. audio and video content on the web has raised the bar for search engines — consumers demand superior search capability that provides context as well as accuracy. while google redefined search a few years ago, the next wave

B2B Lead Generation Blog: Early Stage Leads are too important for Sales People Alone

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the management of sales leads is critical to generating return on marketing investment. sadly, sales leads often land on the scrap heap because marketers throw leads over the wall and then expect sales people to catch them

More Attacks on Net Promoter Score

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It seems to be open season on Fred Reichheld. For many years, his concept of Net Promoter Score as a critical predictor of business success has been questioned by marketers. The Internets are now buzzing with a recent academic study “ A Longitudinal Examination of Net Promoter and Firm Revenue Growth ” (Timothy L. Keiningham, Bruce Cooil, Tor Wallin Andreassen, & Lerzan Aksoy, Journal of Marketing, July 2007) that duplicated Reichheld’s research but “fails to replicate his assertions regarding the ‘clear superiority’ of Net Promoter compared with other measures in those industries.”

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Drive traffic—and leads—with these tips for SEO, social media, content optimization, email marketing, and more.

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The Performance Power Grid Doesn't Impress

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Every so often, someone offers to send me a review copy of a new business book. Usually I don’t accept, but given my current interest in performance management techniques, a headline touting “Six Reasons the Performance Power Grid Trumps the Balanced Scorecard” was intriguing. After all, Balanced Scorecard is the dominant approach to performance management today—something that becomes clear when you read other books on the topic and find that most have adopted its framework (with or without acknowledgement). So it seemed worth looking at something that claims to supersede it. Well, okay.

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APQC Provides 3 LTV Case Studies

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One of the common criticisms of lifetime value is that it has no practical applications. You and I know this is false, but some people still need convincing. The APQC formerly American Productivity and Quality Council) recently published “ Insights into Using Customer Valuation Strategies to Drive Growth and Increase Profits from Aon Risk Services, Sprint Nextel, and a Leading Brokerage Services Firm ,” which provides three mini-case histories that may help. Aon created profitability scorecards for 10,000 insurance customers.

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Content Marketing 2016: Staffing, Measurement, and Effectiveness

We surveyed 2016's content marketing leaders on their biggest issues, hurdles, and goals.

Off topic - Alameda House for Rent

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 Going off topic today. My husband and I are renting our 2 bedrooom, 1 bath house in Alameda for $1600 a month. Quiet neighborhood that is close to San Francisco, freeway and  public transportation. If you're interested, leave a comment with your email address and I'll follow up with you about next steps. UPDATE - We have rented our house. Educational Brochure about Lead. Consent to Background/Credit Check Form. No smokers, pets or Section 8. Generated By Technorati Tag Generator

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Study: How Much of Your Content Marketing Is Effective?

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Generating Word of Mouth Buzz through Interactive PR

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Seana Mulcahy at MediaPost recently wrote a piece about using social media and other tools to build word-of-mouth promotion online. There are a number of online tools and methods to spread word of mouth online, but a key one is interactive PR. In The New Rules of Marketing & PR , David Meerman Scott writes about designing PR efforts that are actually for the public: "The Internet has made public relations public again, after years of almost exclusive focus on the media. And then they'll write about you!" That's online word of mouth. So what is interactive PR exactly? venues. del.icio.us