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Rick Short Explains How to Turn Staff Into Prolific Bloggers

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Posted by Magdalena Georgieva on Mon, Jun 29, 2009 @ 07:40 AM COMMENTS Been searching for an answer.everyone (nearly) agrees that blogs are a great way to bring eyes to your pages. posted on Monday, June 29, 2009 at 10:02 AM by Jack Leblond Jack - thanks for the comment.

Demand Generation Vendors Offer Few Social Media Applications

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It lets marketers or sales people specify companies and individuals to monitor, and then scans media including social networks (LinkedIn, Facebook), public forums (blogs, wikis, Diggs, Twitter), paid sources (D&B, Zoom, Jigsaw,) and Web pages for information about those entities. It analyzes the results to identify key events and to build consolidated profiles with its best guess at the correct current information.

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Social Media: Not Just for Kids – Arm Yourself for the C-Suite Discussion

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Wikis: developerWorks. Wall Street Journal –Blogs: 30 blogs –Twitter: Hot news –LinkedIn: Company profile –Facebook: Fan page, cross-posts with Digg. EE Times –Blogs: 10 Blogs –Twitter: Hot news; LinkedIn: Company profile, event marketing.

Get the Most Out of Twitter Hashtags

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Demandbase: A New Twist In The Lead Management Automation Market

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7) Lead nurturing — automates follow up communication, is drip or event-triggered, and allows marketing to educate, persuade, and accelerate buyers as they move through the purchase process to the point where they become “sales ready.” 9) Collaboration — capabilities like wikis, sales-contributed content, voting and tagging. Posted by Laura Ramos at 09:40 PM in B2B Marketing , Lauras Posts , Marketing Technology | Permalink Digg This | Save to del.icio.us