Let the 2009 Trend Lists Grow
PR Meets Marketing
DECEMBER 23, 2008
One of my most popular posts last year was my summary of 2008 trend lists. I’m a little late this year, but better late than never =) When I look back at my three trends, it seems odd that I selected the growth of blogomerates, social media connections for PR and long tail PR. So what do I think will be top trends for 2009? Charlene Li of The Altimeter – Predictions for 2009.
Open Research: A Framework for Social Analytics
AUGUST 14, 2011
Important caveat: Social isn’t just for ‘generating leads’ but can be used for many, many things, such as improving customer experience, reducing support costs, and improving products. Why are social analytics so important? This is a new medium, and proof over re allocation of investment is key. The more you share it, the easier it is for us to produce more. Wowza! Wowza!
Marketing’s Battle: How Big Data and Marketing Technology Helps Win The Game
JULY 9, 2015
They’re proactive marketers who can quickly zero in on who, where, when, why, how and under what circumstances customers buy – the buying context – and act on it. Then 2008’s recession slammed into Paychex’s market with hurricane force. Sending them ones that might actually be of interest I do think improves the customer experience (Childs).”. percent.
ClickInsights: What ROI metric should B2B marketers use in this digital marketing era?
Connect the Docs
OCTOBER 15, 2009
Get Customers. B2B Lead Generation Benchmark Study 2009. She empowers her clients to create customer-centric nurturing programs that leverage strategic story development to engage prospects until they are sales ready. The real question is, “Are these leads helping our sales team sell more and will these leads become profitable customers?” Get Customers.
Best Social Media Stats and Market Research of 2009
MARCH 31, 2010
Whether you need data to back up a proposal for investing in social media marketing for CFO, want to understand which online tactics work best for engaging with customers and prospects, or are just an analytics data junky, you’ll find a treasure trove of key insights and happy hour trivia in this collection of the best articles and blog posts on social media and other marketing research of the past year. Searchers Using Longer Queries in 2009 by Small Business Search Marketing. Customer Engagement Survey Shows Twitter is King of ROI by Marketing Pilgrim. Matt McGee.
Integrate Social Networks with your Corporate Website with ‘Social Sign On’
OCTOBER 1, 2010
There are at least a few points of entry to integrate your corporate website: 1) Extending your corporate websites to social networks, 2) Allowing for customers voices through reviews and ratings, 3) Aggregating the discussion back on your own website. Single Sign On systems don’t go away they simple aggregate this new level of data. Or do I interpret this wrong?
Demandbase: A New Twist In The Lead Management Automation Market
JULY 31, 2009
Home Forrester Research « I was recently briefed by | Main | Going Corporate » August 26, 2008 Demandbase: A New Twist In The Lead Management Automation Market [Posted by Laura Ramos ] In a recent survey of over 2100 IT professionals who buy or recommend telecom and networking solutions, we found buyers turn to peers and colleagues first, followed by vendor, industry trade, or professional Web sites, to inform their purchase decisions. Starting to see providers team up with data aggregators (Jigsaw’s name comes up here) to provide new sources of business contacts.
B2B Lead Management Market Heats Up
JULY 31, 2009
Home Forrester Research « Getting Up Close and Personal | Main | Social Technographics Data Now Available » March 20, 2008 B2B Lead Management Market Heats Up [Posted by Laura Ramos ] Since the start of this year, I’ve been receiving a boatload of briefing requests from companies wanting to show me their lead generation and management solutions. think the lead management platforms hit directly on these problems and will shift marketing’s role from filling the pipeline to managing the customer lifecycle. Posted by: Tim Wilson | March 22, 2008 at 10:00 AM Where do begin.
Changes Coming at Junta42.com
JULY 29, 2009
We initially launched Junta42 as a content aggregation site for content marketing. In June, 2008 we launch the matching service. So, when you see the new site (updated home page above), you'll notice the focus on Junta42 as a custom content matching service. Well my friends, after many months, the end is near. But with all website redesigns, it's always the beginning. We've been working on a new and improved version of Junta42 for quite some time now, which will launch later this week. Why make the change? Done and done. Thanks, Joe
Skyword’s Top Takeaways from Content Marketing World 2016
SEPTEMBER 9, 2016
This can come from observation (choosing a data set and analyzing/repackaging it), aggregation (bringing existing data points together into one central place to answer a question or solve a need), and surveys (ask yourself what people in your industry often say, but rarely support—then find that missing stat and report on it. Every [vendor] has a customer success team.” So what?
2012 #Nifty50 Top Men in Technology on Twitter
Blue Focus Marketing
SEPTEMBER 16, 2012
The #Nifty50 Men are remarkable not only for their leadership , but for the passion they bring to everything they do, energizing customers, employee s and other influential members of their community. . Vala Afshar is the Chief Customer Officer for Enterasys Networks , responsible for worldwide customer service and support operations. Chris Adams – @chrishadams. in August 2006.
B2B social media case studies - 3 you can learn from and why they work
NOVEMBER 8, 2010
So, the key learning her, in my view, is to focus on creating unique, compelling content that will push your customers to act–whether that means sharing said content or buying your products/services. Largely using humor as a way to hook and engage customers and new customers. And, I don’t necessarily think that’s a bad thing. What don’t we see a lot of?
Digital Body Language and Economic Health [Chart]
It's All About Revenue
OCTOBER 9, 2011
by Paul Teshima | Tweet this think we can all agree that it has been quite a roller coaster ride since 2008. It was surprising how closely the activity mirrored the S&P 500 – even though many of the companies we analyzed were not in the S&P 500. In particular the gap between Q4 2008 to Q3 2009 was intriguing.
How a Small VC's Commitment to Content Made a BIG Difference
APRIL 12, 2012
When Joe Pulizzi and Newt Barrett published their bestselling book, Get Content, Get Customers in 2008, the authors wrote that the marketing world — and the online universe at large — needed to prepare for a content revolution. This is a guest post written by Brian Zimmerman. You can follow Brian on Twitter @BrianZimm1. Sound familiar? If it works well, repeat it.
Best Social Media Stats and Market Research of 2010 (So Far)
SEPTEMBER 8, 2010
30% of social media users access a social media site “several times a day, up from 18% in 2009. 85% view company blogs as “useful, while 71% said the same for Twitter (up from just 39% in 2009). More than 40% of respondents reported acquiring at least one new customer from Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook or their company blog in the past year. While 28% of U.S.
How a Senator Uses Social Media
NOVEMBER 12, 2010
Facebook since early 2008, Twitter early 2009, YouTube since mid 2007 & LinkedIn I have used the longest, but use it the least. Twitter serves the dual function of allowing me to connect with constituents & aggregating political news in one easy to follow place. Your customers may all fit into one bucket. How do you use these platforms? Marketing Takeaways. 1.
How a Viral Email Campaign Helped Juniper Networks Triple its Contact Base and Boost Advocacy
Savvy B2B Marketing
FEBRUARY 2, 2010
In December of last year, Juniper Networks® announced that it had won the 2009 B2B Marketing Award for Best Use of Email with its Junos® Software campaign. So in essence, this was a customer advocacy program aimed at making sure that technical folks who work with operating systems are aware of – and have positive feelings about – Junos. Q. " Q. Now Juniper's U.S.