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Don’t They Know Who You Are? Why Reputation Management is Crucial


He shows up on the first page alright, but several of the links are to dot-com-meltdown era news articles about a company he worked with that had some of the typical problems of tech companies at the time (collapsing stock price, low on cash, disgruntled shareholders etc.). Use the domain to build a professional website (e.g., This Time, It’s Personal. A few examples. Digg this!

Demand Generation Vendors Offer Few Social Media Applications

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This lets people easily send a Tweet, post to a Facebook wall or create a LinkedIn article that points to the original content. CRM vendor RightNow offers something similar under the label of Cloud Links. - It lets marketers or sales people specify companies and individuals to monitor, and then scans media including social networks (LinkedIn, Facebook), public forums (blogs, wikis, Diggs, Twitter), paid sources (D&B, Zoom, Jigsaw,) and Web pages for information about those entities. Summary: marketing vendors offer several types of social media applications.

Jive Talkin for B2B Marketing & Sales Demand Gen Experts

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My domain expertise is B2B Marketing and Sales, especially Demand Gen. Data - Most data sources (Jigsaw, LinkedIn, etc.) Today at Enterprise 2.0 in Boston, Jive Software is rolling out a new agenda for social business that is worth a close look. We all wake up on Mondays to a mountain of data, feeds, and emails. I can go on, but you get the picture. and Jive Genius. Adds Short URLs to Capture Social Media Replies

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As I wrote in my February post on Genius , the system creates links to a proxy server that can track Web site visitors within the demand generation system without actually modifying the Web site. The Genius link can either point to a landing page created by the salesperson or marketer in Genius or pass the visitor directly to the existing Web page. These links are typically placed in an email created by a salesperson or marketer. But I suspect most companies will want social media users to rely on a standard set of company-approved links. Here’s the press release.