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Get to Know Another ‘Hood: The Insider’s Guide to San Francisco During Eloqua Experience 2013

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by Eloqua | Tweet this If you’re traveling San Francisco for Eloqua Experience this week, it’s likely not for your first go around. So, to give you a special insider’s guide to the city, we’ve compiled a list of recommendations from the Eloqua team’s San Francisco natives.

Who Goes to Eloqua Experience?

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by Jesse Noyes | Tweet this The sponsorships are spoken for, registration is closed and Eloqua Experience is less than a week away. But some of you out there might be asking, “Who goes to Eloqua Experience?”. It’s going to be huge! Who Goes to Eloqua Experience?

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4 Ways to Make Your Website More Personal

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Plenty, according to the The 2011 National Website Demand Generation Study conducted by Focus.com and Eloqua AppCloud partner DemandBase. And it stands to reason that the more you can make your website experience match a personal referral – customized, mindful of the buyer’s needs, relevant to their buying stage – the more successful you’ll be in turning that inquiry into business. Here are 4 website optimization best practices to help you do just that.

4 Reasons Your CMO Will Love Marketing Automation

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by Jesse Noyes | Tweet this Today’s guest post comes courtesy of Jennifer Pockell-Wilson, Vice President of Marketing & Demand Operations at Eloqua partner Demandbase. You and your team decided that now is the time to make an investment in Marketing Automation. You want to measure marketing’s overall impact. You want to maintain consistency through your global demand generation efforts.

17 Marketing Action Items in 140 Characters or Less

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Marilyn is an Eloqua client and attended the 2011 Eloqua Experience conference last week. We asked her to share some of her post-event action items and she generously obliges below. Instead of writing out pages of notes that I would have to sort through and re-interpret, I found it more effective to tweet my takeaways throughout the 2011 Eloqua Experience conference sessions. I forced myself to focus on 140-character (or less) “Elotweets”.