This issue's marketing dilemma does double duty by addressing two aspects of SWOT: How political hotbeds can be both an internal Weakness and an external Opportunity.
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This Issue's Dilemma
SWOT Category: External Opportunity and Internal Weakness
How Do You Sift Through Politics Enough to Get the Job Done?
We have published our e-newsletter for 14 months, and by all account, it is successful. Our sales team is happy with the leads it generates, product development stays informed with the “electronic focus group” capabilities, and MARCOM likes to embed surveys to take our customers' pulse (external opportunity).
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