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+ How-To: The Power of Customer Feedback
+ PRO: A Quick Guide to YouTube & Creating Your Own YouTube Channel
+ Survey Says: Mobile Presentation Views Surge 640% in 2011
+ Quick Take: Ask Customers What You Don't Do Well
+ My View: Eight-Point Survival Guide for Too Much Business Travel
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How-To The Power of Customer Feedback
By Carolyn Hall
Don't keep your marketing insight languishing in a silo, away from your core business processes. The technology exists to generate real business value from this often-untapped information, so take advantage of the chance to link knowledge about your customers to the rest of your business. Read More
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PRO A Quick Guide to YouTube & Creating Your Own YouTube Channel
In 2010, YouTube users uploaded more than 13 million hours of video contentóresulting in more than 700 billion views. Learn how you can use YouTube to create awareness for your brand and connect with interested viewers with A Quick Guide to YouTube & Creating Your Own YouTube Channel. Read More
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Survey Says
Mobile Presentation Views Surge 640% in 2011
One out of ten presentations is now viewed via mobile device, up 640% over 2010 levels, with Apple devices the top choice for viewing such presentations. Read More
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Quick Take
Ask Customers What You Don't Do Well
Are you afraid to ask your customers what you're doing wrong? Don't be. Customers will give you the insights and valuable feedback needed to improve things and keep them coming back. Read More
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My View Eight-Point Survival Guide for Too Much Business Travel
By Ann Handley
I'm fresh off a 10-city book tour that sent me flying across 27,143 miles since January. So much about traveling is fun. But, at the same time, traveling is also a bitch. Here are a few tricks to help make travel a little less stressful. Read More
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