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Key Takeaways: Demystifying Content Marketing Seminar

Erica Winters, Research Analyst, represented RMS at the Demystifying Content Marketing seminar hosted by Eric Mower & Associates, and presented by Matt Read. Below are the key takeaways for implementing a content marketing strategy. 355 more words

The comfortable meeting place for job seekers and employers

Job seekers always find it difficult to get a comprehensive view of the various job opportunities available to suit their education and career options. On the other hand, many times even the employers find it extremely difficult to get a suitable candidate for job opportunities available with them. 335 more words


Top 10 Reasons NOT to talk to Find New Customers

The B2B lead generation consultancy, Find New Customers is not for everyone.

This is the story of Jeffrey L. Ogden, and not the former NFL kick returner of the same name. 316 more words

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To Everything Spin, Spin, Spin

I very much doubt there is a marketer in North America who has not attended a presentation by someone who worked on the first Obama campaign. 1,583 more words

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Insights on Business-to-Business Marketing from a Business Marketing Insider

As head of the Business Marketing Association (BMA) and a working chief marketing officer for several companies, Kathy Button Bell gained unique insights into the field. 272 more words

Chapter 07: Business-to-Business Marketing

The Modern Conference Dilemma - It's a problem of choice

I recently came across this great article from Chris Brogan that highlights the challenge facing many conference marketing teams. Call it a problem of choice, a proliferation of events, an abundance of information in a heavily connected world or whatever you like but either way the benchmark for success continues to rise. 353 more words

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How can you improve your B2B social marketing online?

In the last few months, I have attended several marketing conferences and exhibitions. At each seminar, I have sat at the front and absorbed their knowledge like a marketing sponge. 482 more words