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SEPTEMBER 8, 2010 [Aging, iCrossing] Best Social Media Stats and Market Research of 2010 (So Far)
“70% of social media users between the ages of 18-34 regularly use Facebook more than other sites such as MySpace, Twitter, and Classmates.com, and women use Facebook more than men. While social network use is highest among the young, it’s not exclusively their club: two-thirds of 25- to 34-year-olds and half of those aged 35 to 44 also now have personal profile pages.
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OCTOBER 5, 2010 [Aging, iCrossing] Top 56 B2B Marketing Posts for September 2010
Mobile Marketing: Resources To Get Your Marketing Aligned With Your Mobile Audiences. - CK’s B2B Blog , September 20, 2010 Last week I had the honor of presenting on both social media and mobile media at Optimization Summits in Dallas and I wanted to take this post to share the mobile marketing presentation I created for the event. as well as a groundbreaking mobile-marketing guide that aired last week from the team at 360i. The future of the internet isn’t mobile. - B2B Marketing Online , September 20, 2010 But surely it must be? Like what?
OCTOBER 5, 2010 | B2B MARKETING ZONE POSTS
[Aging, iCrossing] Top 56 B2B Marketing Posts for September 2010
SEPTEMBER 8, 2010 | WEBBIQUITY
[Aging, iCrossing] Best Social Media Stats and Market Research of 2010 (So Far)
JULY 31, 2009 | DELICIOUS B2BMARKETING
[Aging, iCrossing] B2B Lead Management Market Heats Up
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JULY 31, 2009 [Aging, iCrossing] B2B Lead Management Market Heats Up
In B2B, it’s not about batch-and-blast acquisition as much as it is about using email to continue a conversation. 3) Search engine marketing services providers – Shar VanBoskirk covers this market, but I’ve found companies like Reprise Media, IMPAQT, iCrossing and iProspect doing a lot more to help B2B marketers understand how to turn search optimization or paid clicks into qualified leads. From everyone's comments it really brings it home for me that we are truly in the infancy of the lead (insert word here) software age. Here’s the problem. Lots of stuff, huh? The good news?