Net-Results Simplifies Demand Generation for Small Business

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In an industry where every competitor is striving for grater ease of use, stand-out simplicity is an impressive achievement. This simplifies the system in two ways: marketers have fewer features to learn, and they can reuse their work across many functions. Let’s run through the standard demand generation process to see how this works in practice. Here’s where segments reappear, since Web behavior can be used in segment definitions and system reports are run against segments.

Prediction: Statistical Methods Will Replace Conventional Rules for Marketing Decisions

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The question this raises in my mind is where the industry goes from here. The more sophisticated vendors will of course continue to add features, but it’s not clear that most marketers will be interested in the additional capabilities or be able to handle the added complexity. But even though there are certainly substantial differences in usability among today’s systems, it’s hard to see why everyone won’t eventually be able to do roughly equal jobs of simplifying their interfaces.

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It has nothing to do with business or marketing but it might be entertaining or inspiring to you all the same : ) My wife and I spent this weekend in the cool mountain air of lovely Highlands, NC. As our first hike of the weekend, we chose a trail at the end of a remote gravel road in the Nantahala Forest. In two hours of hiking we did not see a single person either coming up or going down the trail. Our phones were locked in the car (there was no service any way!)

The Wall Street Journal and LinkedIn should be friends

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TechCrunch has reported that the Wall Street Journal has LinkedIn in their cross-hairs – or do they – with a something called WSJ Connect. By the time it becomes live, and it is still in the concept stage according to TechCrunch, I will be so locked in to LinkedIn it will take something just short of an act of God or government directive to make me start over.

You say you want a revolution

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The Summer of Love revisited: Social media is still locked in the hands of the technophiles and the marketers, who focus on mechanical and business applications. Although Woodstock is considered the defining event of the Baby Boom Generation, the phenomenon of 500,000 people spending three days stoned in the mud listening to great music did not change the culture. In fact, the cultural change Justin is seeking might have already taken place.