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+ How-To: The Real Reason Your Email Marketing Is Insufferable
+ PRO: Multi-Channel Analytics—Tackle the Toughest Measurement Issue
+ Survey Says: SMB Twitter Use Doubles
+ Quick Take: The Three Pillars of Social Media Readiness
+ My View: Lessons of a Corporate Insider—Dream Big, Think Small
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How-To The Real Reason Your Email Marketing Is Insufferable
Many companies ditch email marketing because it doesn't yield results, but the truth is—it's underperforming because they don't care about it. Here's how you can give your email campaigns a little love, and watch them flourish. Read More
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PRO On-Demand Seminar: Multi-Channel Analytics--Tackling the Toughest Measurement Challenge
In this PRO seminar, Avinash Kaushik explains how to use multi-channel analytics to measure the impact your online marketing has on your offline sales. Discover why multi-channel analytics is important and what actionable tips you can implement today. Read More
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Survey Says
SMB Twitter Use Doubles
Social media use is surging among newer small-to-midsize businesses (SMBs): 32% of those in business 0-6 years use Twitter, compared with 7% of those in business 11+ years. Meanwhile, SMB Twitter use has doubled: from 9% in 2009 to 19% in 2010. Read More
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Quick Take
The Three Pillars of Social Media Readiness
Social brand building takes major prep time. Branding that appears effortless across social platforms requires hours of internal planning. Here are the three pillars of social media readiness that'll prepare you for social interaction. Read More
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My View Lessons of a Corporate Insider: Dream Big, Think Small
By Mark Ivey
Why is it so hard to drive change in big companies? In many cases, maybe we're trying to do too much at once. To make change happen—think small. Start with focused, achievable goals. Read More
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