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Web 2.0 Expo – cool stuff seen on the floor of the show

Buzz Marketing for Technology

What does this mean – as I understood it – they make various viral marketing campaigns or social applications that can then be shared with friends who can customize them to post it to their blog or website via an iFrame. So that means they integrate things like blogs, podcasts, wikis, forums into a “Hive” (one could say mashup here). InsideView also tells you who you are connected to in Facebook or LinkedIn.

New Marketing Automation Options for Small Business in the VEST Report

Customer Experience Matrix

CRM includes opportunity tracking, unlimited user defined fields, and automatic search of Facebook and LinkedIn when new contacts are added; algorithms can automatically estimate the right number of points for different events to build a predictive lead score.

Trending Sources

The Top #Nifty50 Women in Technology on Twitter for 2012

Webbiquity

Liz also writes the Lead With Intuition blog. She also explores the many nuances of social marketing on her blog Social Media to Social Business. San Francisco-based Alex Hisaka is Growth Builder at Desk.com, part of the Salesforce.com family.

The Top #Nifty50 Women in Technology on Twitter for 2012

Webbiquity

Liz also writes the Lead With Intuition blog. She also explores the many nuances of social marketing on her blog Social Media to Social Business. San Francisco-based Alex Hisaka is Growth Builder at Desk.com, part of the Salesforce.com family.

The Revenue Performance Management Bandwagon

Modern Marketing

Following is a post from our internal blog. Salesforce.com created the cloud computing category. In 2008, we began to have conversations with our customers that went well beyond the familiar language of campaigns, lead scoring and lead nurturing. We launched a blog called “It’s All About Revenue” and made more than 26 posts on the topic of Revenue Performance Management. LinkedIn. by Brian Kardon | Tweet this. We thought the world might like to read it as well.