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Free Friday: Discover the Top Inbound Metrics for B2Bs

by Verónica Jarski  |  
June 22, 2012

On this Free Friday, we're inviting you to an online seminar about "Top Inbound Metrics for B2B Marketers."

The free online seminar helps B2B marketers find out which top metrics they should track to make sure their inbound programs are working well.

Attendees also will learn about...

  • Which metrics best demonstrate the effectiveness and reach of your website and social media campaigns

  • Which competitive metrics to track

  • How to calculate the ROI of inbound marketing efforts

The presenters of the seminar are Morgan Stewart and Uri Bar-Joseph.

Morgan Stewart is CEO and co-founder at Trendline Interactive. He also leads primary research for MarketingProfs.

Uri Bar-Joseph is responsible for reporting on Optify's internal marketing metrics. He also works with the product development team.

To get the scoop on inbound marketing, attend the free seminar on Tuesday, June 26, at noon (Eastern time). The seminar is only 60 minutes long, so you can check it out on your lunch break.

Plus, as a seminar attendee, you'll receive MarketingProfs' companion whitepaper. The info-packed report will give you even more insight into the inbound metrics that matter most to B2B marketers.

Register here today for this free online seminar.

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