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Best Social Media Stats, Facts and Marketing Research of 2010

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Social media networks and blogs consume nearly 25% of people’s time online. What Americans Do Online: Social Media And Games Dominate Activity by Nielsen Wire. Americans spent nearly a quarter of their time online on social networking sites and blogs in 2010, up from 15.8

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Getting More Out of Each Click with "Post-Click Marketing"

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The challenge, then, is to maximize marketing productivity-to get more leads out of the same number of clicks. lead automation management vendors. They aren't so much "lead generation" as they are "lead extraction" services.

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Why Marketers Should Act Like 3-Year Olds

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For example, your online lead generation goes up this month (or down). If you've just launched a campaign for a new product and increased your search advertising budget, then one would expect leads to go up. On the other hand, if you sell primarily to the construction or real estate industries, your leads have probably been down for several months now-and you don't need a great deal of research or reflection to figure out why.

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Capture Website Visitors To Know Who Has Been Visiting - They Might Be Qualified Leads

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Home How it works Solutions Customers Company Free Trial Blog Get updates via email: What is ReadyContacts? ReadyContacts is a provider of role-based contact lists for targeted demand generation campaigns. Right from lead data capturing, lead nurturing to lead qualification , technology has been evolving to help automate the demand generation process and help marketing and inside sales work smarter.

Demandbase: A New Twist In The Lead Management Automation Market

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Home Forrester Research « I was recently briefed by | Main | Going Corporate » August 26, 2008 Demandbase: A New Twist In The Lead Management Automation Market [Posted by Laura Ramos ] In a recent survey of over 2100 IT professionals who buy or recommend telecom and networking solutions, we found buyers turn to peers and colleagues first, followed by vendor, industry trade, or professional Web sites, to inform their purchase decisions.