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Sales Ready Leads: Quality vs. Quantity

Smashmouth Marketing

The Numbers : In order to remain somewhat statistic-neutral, we have asked our clients to provide stats based on their experience with other appointment setting vendors and ourselves (ok, so a bit self-promoting, but stick with it). It's a small world--find out who you or your colleagues know at those companies (use LinkedIn). As David Greenberg, Sr. Quality Vendor. Quality Vendor.

Best Social Media Stats, Facts and Marketing Research of 2010

Webbiquity

For anyone in marketing or PR being asked to make “data-driven&# decisions “based on the numbers&# (and doesn’t that include pretty much everyone in marketing and PR these days?), the sources below provide a vast wealth of data, statistics and research results, as well as a bit of interesting social media trivia. 10 Interesting Social Media Statistics by Jeff Bullas.

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Sales Ready Leads: Quality vs. Quantity

Smashmouth Marketing

The Numbers : In order to remain somewhat statistic-neutral, we have asked our clients to provide stats based on their experience with other appointment setting vendors and ourselves (ok, so a bit self-promoting, but stick with it). It's a small world--find out who you or your colleagues know at those companies (use LinkedIn). As David Greenberg, Sr. What is your attrition rate?

Why are America’s fastest-growing companies killing their blogs?

grow - Practical Marketing Solutions

Blogging had been steadily climbing as a corporate communications tool — 19% of the INC 500 blogged in 2007, 39% in 2008, 45% in 2009, 50% in 2010 and just 37% last year. have a theory that would conclude “no,” but before I explain my rational, let’s look at a few more interesting trends from this study: Facebook and LinkedIn lead the way. What do you think?