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The chance to make an online sale is not a one shot deal. If a business is not pointing at the target (your company website, Linkedln page, Facebook page, or Twitter for example), an advertisement pops up that attempts to lure the business back to the target (your company).

Top 20 Tweets from Sales 2.0 Conference

Smashmouth Marketing

The following are what I thought were the top 20 take home tweets from the Sales 2.0 Even to the point on the second day where a whole panel discussion was dominated by twitter talk. annekeseley : " sales 2.0 sales20 jepc : Gerhard Geschwandtner: " Trend 6: customers create companies instead of companies creating customers " #sales20 damphoux : @IDC "companies that reduce their investment in sales in 2009 will be gone in 2010" #sales20 greenleads : "Sales 2.0

Top 20 Tweets from Sales 2.0 Conference

Smashmouth Marketing

The following are what I thought were the top 20 take home tweets from the Sales 2.0 Even to the point on the second day where a whole panel discussion was dominated by twitter talk. annekeseley : " sales 2.0 damphoux : @IDC "companies that reduce their investment in sales in 2009 will be gone in 2010" #sales20. greenleads : "Sales 2.0 karlgoldfield : #sales20 is apparently being blocked by twitter we want to Tweet.

Demand Generation Vendors Offer Few Social Media Applications

Customer Experience Matrix

InsideView is gaining the most attention for this at the moment. 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. These can be loaded into sales and CRM systems to make them easily accessible.