Fri.Feb 17, 2012

Biznology

Facebook’s Frictionless Sharing Creates Real Friction

Biznology

Image via Wikipedia. Earlier this week I read a post by Amber Naslund over at her Brass Tack Thinking blog. She did a nice job of actually thinking about something that I feel is an affliction rather than a development in the social space: frictionless sharing.

Friday Wrap-Up: This Week in B2B Marketing Tips

Reachforce

Each week we present a collection of some of the best marketing tips, guides, and best practices from thought leaders around the blogosphere to help you stay informed, hone your craft, and improve your marketing efforts. Enjoy! The 5 Most Inspiring Marketing Books I’ve Ever Read This post walks through

How to Avoid Sending the Worst Sales Email

Modern Marketing

by Jody Mooney | Tweet this Has your inbox ever been plagued by a poorly made “sales email”? You’re not alone. Most of us have received one of those cringe-worthy emails from some anonymous seeming sales rep. The wrong name, the impersonal subject line (“XYZ” placeholder, anyone?), the comic sans font, we all know it when we see it. In fact, a quick Google search for “worst sales email” yields a strong sampling of entertaining emails and customer rants.

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B2B Magazine Digital Strategies Netmarketing Recap – San Francisco

Modern B2B Marketing

by Jason Miller Yesterday I attended the B2B Netmarketing breakfast here in San Francisco. I love these events because it’s a giant room full of B2B marketers who are there to learn and network.

The Sales Enablement Handbook

In the sphere of sales, it helps to get your definitions down. You might have thought sales operations and sales enablement are the same thing - but there are important differences. Both have the objective of improving sales performance, and although there is some overlap, they do this in different ways.

9 Ways to Make Your Marketing Analytics Actionable

Hubspot

Tracking your marketing analytics can provide a ton of great insight into the performance of your marketing initiatives, show your boss how marketing is faring, and help you to prove that inbound marketing is really paying off. But that's only a small piece of why analytics are valuable.

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