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More New Systems Challenge the Marketing Automation Status Quo

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It also provides the rest of the standard marketing automation functions, including landing pages and microsites, Web behavior tracking, lead scoring, and integration with Salesforce.com. SimplyCast is yet another multi-channel system, although it was designed that way from its start in 2010 and – quite unusually these days -- uses its own messaging tools rather third party systems.

QlikView's New Release Focuses on Enterprise Deployment

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Total revenues will easily exceed $200 million for 2010. This involves geeky things aimed at like a documented data format for faster loads, simpler embedding of QlikView as an app within external Web sites, faster repainting of pages in the AJAX client, more multithreading, centralized user management and section access controls, better audit logging, and prebuilt connectors for products including SAP and Salesforce.com. There’s also a new API that lets external objects to display data from QlikView charts. Here’s what’s up. Business is good. Features are stable.

Online Marketing News in 2009: The Year’s Hottest Events

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MySpace and Facebook sign real-time search deals with Google. Google Announces New Offerings in Real-Time, Mobile and Social Search. 40% of Marketers plan to increase their budgets in 2010. Salesforce.com announces Chatter, social computing for enterprise companies. Google Removes Page Rank from the Webmaster Tools. Brightcove by Google - $500-$700 million. reCapture by Google. Google Caffeine: Google’s New Search Engine Index is unveiled. Twitter announces an API to help control, standardize and mainstream retweeting.