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Help! I Need a Marketing Automation Vendor with Social Media Savvy

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Sure. I’ve found the following lists to be helpful: RaabGuide Top SEOs Business Software Forrester , via Marketo The lists above include vendors with varying degrees of focus on Web 2.0 Act-On Software Social prospecting: monitor Twitter and manage 1:1 conversations directly from the user interface (UI). Publish content and landing page URLs through Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

Social Media Features in Marketing Automation Systems: Who Does What?

Customer Experience Matrix

Neolane - posting: central panel to post tweets and Facebook updates - sharing: place sharing buttons on emails - tracking: measure clicks on links in system-generated posts. But social is clearly growing fast and has great potential. So marketing automation vendors are understandably eager to support it in their systems. Results are summarized in the table below.

Marketing Automation Trends for 2010

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Manager, Inbound Marketing, Marketo. Matthew Quinlan , VP Field Operations, Loopfuse. Erik Bower, Co-founder, Marketbright (No Twitter). Social networks like Facebook and Linkedin will start to face customer defections as their networks get bogged down with marketing spam. Twitter splinter: People who “get” twitter will continue to laugh at those who don’t and those who don’t will continue to not care, and to not twitter. A new movement will start called Refusetwits (like Refuseniks). Manager, Inbound Marketing, Marketo ( @InboundMarketer ).

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B2B Marketing Predictions: Six Things That Won't Happen In 2011.

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About | Advertise | Submissions | Write for Us CrowdsourcedFRD Home Advertising Branding Content Marketing Lead Gen SEO-SEM Social Media More Strategy Design PR eBooks Educational Facebook Guest Posts Twitter B2B Marketing Predictions: Six Things That Won’t Happen In 2011 December 14th, 2010 | By Jeremy Victor Predictions. The next Facebook will not be launched Facebook is the next Facebook. What will happen though is that more and more businesses will be created and enabled by the facebook platform. Your B2B Marketing Plan Doesn’t Need Twitter.