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Infographic: The Mother of All Online Marketing Infographics

The folks at Unbounce have created a visual guide to online marketing for noobs; and it’s of epic proportions.

The graph quite nicely covers the the key staples of the digital landscape – including email, SEM, social media and more – and drills down into the components that comprise each as well as their lasting impacts.

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How Marketing Strategy is like a Night at the Bar

We’ve experienced it before. An attempt at a nice conversation hits a wall. This occurs in our personal lives as well as it does in our professional lives. 676 more words

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5 Easy Ways To Improve Demand Gen

Demand generation is a vital part of the success or failure of many businesses. In order for your demand gen exploits to be effective you must have an appropriate plan, execute, and detailed indicators to track your results. 324 more words

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Starting with an idea.

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Demand generation doesn’t stand a chance without good data

Demand Generation Demands Strong Data

The importance of good data cannot be overstated. According to the Aberdeen Group, companies that actively manage their data and segment it well require 64 marketing touches to gain a customer—compared to 329 touches by those that do not. 542 more words

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Marketers: Technology is not your savior, and it shouldn't be your scapegoat (interview)

Marketing automation is one of the hottest software-as-a-service sectors, with dozens of companies competing for a bigger share of a growing pie.

But all is not perfectly peachy in marketing technology land. 1,900 more words

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What does it really take to improve your demand generation?

I’ve heard it said that all you need is the desire to want to make your demand generation better, but desire alone isn’t going to get you where you’d like to go. 383 more words

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