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More New Systems Challenge the Marketing Automation Status Quo

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MindFire Studio grew out of MindFire’s original Look Who’s Clicking software, which is used by more than 1,100 printers and other graphics arts vendors to add personalized URLs to print promotions. 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.

The 14 Best Marketing Automation Tools

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Pricing:  contact vendor. There’s a reporting function, and facilities to create email templates.” Now owned by and tightly integrated with Salesforce.com, Pardot should at least be on the consideration list of marketing automation tools for any SMB already using Salesforce. Integrates with popular platforms like Microsoft Dynamics and Salesforce.com. 11) JumpLead.

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New Marketing Automation Options for Small Business in the VEST Report

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I’m revving up for the next edition of our B2B Marketing Automation Vendor Selection Tool (VEST) report, which will include six first-time entries. I’ve already written about two of those, Inbox25 and AutopilotHQ (formerly Bislr). It creates email templates with personalization and embedded links but no dynamic content. Here are thumbnails of the others. You get the idea.

RedPoint Offers Broad, Deep B2C Marketing Automation

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On days when I have nothing else to be cranky about, I sometimes fuss at how business-to-business software vendors hijacked the term “marketing automation” despite its long and relatively honorable history describing systems for consumer marketing. That formula fell out of favor when the most prominent CRM system became B2B-oriented Salesforce.com , whose very name reflects its origins in B2B sales automation. Those buyers often find that systems from big enterprise software vendors become too expensive or require too many ancillary components from their corporate parents.

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