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Businesses must regularly reevaluate the channels they use to interact with customers in order to ensure that these channels are properly aligned with buyer preferences.
Shazam has been around for so long that it has achieved status as both a noun and a verb (“Who sings this song? Shazam it!”). But recently, the company revealed something new: it can predict the future with its tagging data.
With the recent news that Google will be indexing tweets (again), the case for its use as a marketing tool just keeps getting stronger.
It’s time to retire the classic mantra of ROI-hungry CMOs: “I know that half of my marketing dollars are effective, just not which half.”
Many service leaders fear the emergence of social and collaborative tools in field service as technology capabilities have moved beyond a clipboard and pen.
With all the contemporary sales tools at our disposal today, the old-fashioned telephone may seem a quaint throwback to a simpler, non-digital time. Best-in-Class companies, however, use automated assisted dialing solutions, coupled with time-honored best practices in B2B selling, to amp up their phone-based sales successes.