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How B2B brands talk past their customers

Strong brands shown to have up to 20% higher EBIT than weak brands but many businesses plagued by “selective listening” neglect marketing and 2 way relationships with customers to their commercial detriment. Here’s what B2B businesses should do.

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What is Agile Marketing and links

Read this post referencing a great comment in LinkedIN groups related to Agile Marketing. Lots of reference material to save in your favorites.

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Steve Job Presentation Genius (Download)

In case you missed it, you can download the Steve Jobs guide to presenting for impact. A very short and useful read for anyone.

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Here’s Why Agencies Have To Buy Online Ads To Go With TV Ads

50% of people remembered a brand they saw in TV ads. That’s nice, but 74% of people remembered the same brand after they saw in TV and online ads

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Hidden Persuaders II

A marketing guru reveals some of the secrets of his profession…psychological tricks that the advertising industry used to make Americans want stuff, instantly transforming the image of America‚Äôs advertising executives from glamorous Mad Men into servants of Mephistopheles.

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Podcast: Groupon Has To Pivot Out Of The Daily Email Deals Business If It Wants To Survive

This podcast looks at a Groupon, one of the newer online business models and challenges the viability of relying on email for the long term.

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Infographic: How Affiliate Marketing Works

Affiliate marketing is one of the shadier but legitimately useful marketing techniques for acquisition. The diagram below provides a nice visual representation of how the process works and how compensation is attributed for lead generation.

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Forget Social Media ROI

Currently, there’s a lot of talk about social media ROI and monitoring, which by itself is an indicator that social media marketing is maturing. That doesn’t necessarily translate to action, however, since there’s a lot of confusion around what to track and how to track it.

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Facebook has little effect on what you buy online

While Google is “super nervous” about the growth of Facebook, here’s one data point to put the search company at ease for right now.

According to a Goldman Sachs survey, social sites have very little influence over online shopping decisions. Search engines, and recommendation engines have a much greater influence.

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