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Whether you are interested in adding social tools to your business or implementing a true enterprise social network, this comprehensive guide will give you the knowlege you need to chose the right tools, implement them, drive adoption, and meaure their success.
This ebook exposes five common sayings that sound innocent but can actually signify some serious underlying productivity problems.
Market research is no longer a tactic isolated to the largest corporations with the biggest budgets. The data in this report reveals a clear disconnect between businesses' appetite for customer information and the budget and execution they use to acquire it. This report explores that further and dives into several other interesting revelations.
Nearly 90% of marketers across all industries use it to grow their businesses, big and small. But what works today? Find the answers in original research by MarketingProfs and Junta42 (2010), What Works in 2011: Content Marketing, covering the most common goals of content marketing programs and how businesses measure results.
With more budget constraints than ever, resources must go to strategies and tactics that deliver results. Which ones do? Our must-read What Works in 2011: B2B Marketing features original research and insights (based on January 2010 data) into which tactics work best and which just fall flat.
A successful Twitter program requires extensive research on whether your audience is there, what everyone is interested in, and what they're doing. Download Research Spotlight: Twitter now to access 70 pages of Twitter research from 30 unique sources (reflects 2009 - 2010 data).
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