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Are you considering an intranet project? Or do you have an intranet that no one wants to use? Creating an intranet that your team loves to use doesn't require a PhD, but it does take some time and patience. This article include 3 simple secrets for intranet success.
If there’s one thing Microsoft has been doing consistently, it’s rolling out updates to fast-improving Social Engagement. The latest iteration has managed to address several ongoing complaints about the platform's previous limitations, including: Custom Tags, Source Options, and Private Message options. Read on for the run down!
So, you’ve invested in Microsoft Dynamics CRM and you’re itching to pull the trigger on a marketing add-in. Great! But that’s not what we're going to discuss in this blog. Rather, let's take things back to basics and talk about what your marketing team can do from day one, using CRM without any add-ins or even custom configurations.
Marketing Technology is a vast landscape, full of platforms, processes, and the vendors who want to sell them to you. This article sheds a little light on Marketing Automation Platforms (MAPs) and equips you with the questions you’ll want to ask potential partners/vendors before making any buying or upgrading decisions.
Most CMOs feel like they’re running their own IT department. When you look at the amount of technology that it takes to run an effective marketing department, it’s overwhelming. Read on for an overview of every marketing-related acronym we could think to compile - MAPs, CRM, CMS, SMM, SPICE, and then some!
The Digital Transformation is coming - is your organization ready? According to recent studies, there are 5 key areas to prioritize for a successful digital workplace. But - spoiler alert - digital is not all about technology. Read on to learn about how better understanding people - and failure - will truly lead to digital success.
Whether your company is B2B or B2C, social media is gaining an increasing amount of relevance in today’s marketing world. And this is where Microsoft Social Engagement comes in. Read on to learn about the best new features and functionalities Microsoft just rolled out in the November update to Social Engagement and how they could benefit your company
If you're like me, walking into the wide world of CRM can make the word "intimidating " look like an understatement. Whether you just need to know enough about CRM to get by, or you are about to dive in to discovering all that CRM has to offer, take a look at the resources and articles below to start navigating the waters of Dynamics CRM.
Ever received a trade show list after an event that has email address but doesn’t have website, with a request to import it into your CRM solution? You know those website URLs are locked up inside of the email addresses, but you need to get them imported in a hurry, so you just import it without concern for the website. The problem is that the website can contain critical information. This article explains how to use an Excel formula to quickly pull the website URL out of an email address before importing into your CRM solution.
I recently ran across a staggering statistic: less than 10% of businesses are using a marketing automation solution.
There is a big issue in business these days – blaming technology for people problems.Though it’s true that technology can be fickle and frustrating and even I have often restrained myself from sending my laptop sailing out the window, well…it’s a computer. Can we all just agree, collectively, to assert our human brain’s superiority and stop blaming technology? Here are a few ways to start bringing people back into the mix.
Companies continue to spend countless hours focusing on how to better articulate their value proposition, in order to increase both the volume and velocity of sales. There is potential for greater impact by focusing some of that time on an often neglected piece of the sales puzzle. Have you considered how hard you are to work with?
This is the fourth in a series of articles discussing the CRM upgrades available to organizations who are on CRM 2011, and are considering the leap to 2015. This entry takes a look at the new functionality specific to the sales, service (aka customer care, inside sales, customer support) and marketing. All three of these functional areas received upgrades in both CRM 2013 and again in CRM 2015. That's a lot to cover - let's dive in!
Everywhere you look on the internet these days, you see Best of 2014 lists. And rightfully so – as we prepare to embark on 2015, it’s natural to gaze back across our most recent journey around the sun. In the spirit of helping you navigate through the more than 80 blogs we published in 2014, we’ve compiled a quick round-up of some of our most helpful and popular entries.
For this blog entry, let’s take a look at ways to build a Targeted Marketing Strategy, and exactly what that means. The end goal here is to penetrate a specific sector of the marketplace, establishing dominance in a particular offering, making your brand synonymous with fixing a customer’s pain. Now, let’s get going on building a strategy around your new favorite marketing concept.
Mentoring is one of those things that seems to make tons of sense to people but rarely if ever gets done. The days of new employees being given a formal mentor and six weeks to six months of “ramp up time” appear to be long gone for most companies, regardless of their size or industry.
Marketing is a conversation, a relationship, not a one-sided battle to see who can yell the loudest. I’d rather have 100 readers devour every morsel of content over 1,000,000 recipients who ignore - or worse - delete it. This blog entry discusses five basic marketing etiquette tips.
Today’s Marketing Executive should serve as a bridge builder, thriving in the intersection of technology and adoption. In this blog, we’ll look at five best practices to help Sales and Marketing close the interdepartmental divide.
When “I’m a Marketing Executive” earns a
“yes, but what do you DO?” response, the standard reply is “lead
generation”. But more and more, Marketing can be the bridge. Earning
instead of costing. Filling the pipeline with quality over quantity. Cutting through the noise, not
just increasing the volume.
Members of our team recently had the pleasure of attending Microsoft Convergence, a premier conference for the Microsoft Dynamics community. What really struck me about the conference is that, for a gathering of people seeking more powerful ways to use technology, the common theme always lead back to people, and to building better relationships.
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