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JANUARY 16, 2012 [Analytics, API] Chart: Where Did Our Twitter Traffic Go?
by Egan Cheung | Tweet this Have you noticed that your referral traffic from Twitter has basically completely dropped off since July 2011? Eloqua customers use query strings and cloud connectors, and there are ways to set this up in many other Analytics packages, too. Like it or not, people look at their referral traffic to determine who deserves more of their attention.
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OCTOBER 15, 2010 [Analytics, API] Impressive Marketo User Summit
MarketingSherpa’s B2B Marketing Summit was last week, Pardot’s user conference was 2 weeks ago, and the Eloqua Experience is coming up next week. They covered the main parts of the Marketo application: Lead Database, Design Studio, Marketing Activities and Analytics. Jon showed how Marketo is using a sophisticated decision workflow to start the right campaign at the right time: on every change, a “Traffic Cop campaign decides which other campaign will be started next. In this post I’m giving a short impression of the Marketo Summit. Summarizing.
JANUARY 16, 2012 | IT'S ALL ABOUT REVENUE
[Analytics, API] Chart: Where Did Our Twitter Traffic Go?
OCTOBER 15, 2010 | LEADSLOTH
[Analytics, API] Impressive Marketo User Summit
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