Give Old Spice (and P&G) The Credit It Deserves | B2Bbloggers.com.
JULY 23, 2010
What may seem like a social only event – is certainly tied to a set of specific retailing strategies at the store level. Market share, and more importantly, MIND share is be gained every day. I’m thinking this was dreamed up in late 2008, early 2009. Fostering Innovation – Eloqua Experience Day Two Keynotes 10. Technology Naughty Vs. Nice In 2010 2. Yes or No?
Top 56 B2B Marketing Posts October 2010
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NOVEMBER 2, 2010
50 (of the) Best Twitter Guides, Stats, Tips and Tools of 2010 (So Far) , October 5, 2010 While a dwindling number of business executives still dismiss Twitter as a waste of time, recent research suggests it is one of the most valuable social networks for business. Awareness of Twitter has exploded; 87% of Americans said they were “familiar with” Twitter in a poll taken earlier this year, versus just 5% in 2008 and 26% in 2009. Twitter success stories: Explaining the ROI of Twitter , October 11, 2010 Measurement and ROI are constant themes in the social media world.
Study: B-to-B Marketers Lagging With Social Media
NOVEMBER 28, 2012
FOLIO: Staff. --> Suppliers. --> Webinars. --> Events Industry Events. 2010 Eddie and Ozzie Awards Call for Entries OPEN! 2008 FOLIO Award Winners. Business-to-business marketers are underutilizing social media and its potential, according to new data from Eloqua , a marketing automation company. Events. Event Type. Promotional Event. folio.
The Revenue Performance Management Bandwagon
It's All About Revenue
FEBRUARY 4, 2011
In 2008, we began to have conversations with our customers that went well beyond the familiar language of campaigns, lead scoring and lead nurturing. But Eloqua had the knowledge and ability to not only pry open the black box, but to smash it to pieces. On a sunny morning in Vienna, VA in March 2010, Revenue Performance Management (RPM) was born. I was there. I saw it. The ideas that we were discussing with our clients for over a year came together in a heated Executive Team meeting in an Eloqua conference room. by Brian Kardon | Tweet this. Rosanoff: “Mr.