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The long-awaited midmarket suite arrives with a hosted option and extensive language support, among key features.
Southwest's desktop program DING! is indicative of the next phase of direct, permission-based marketing to consumers looking for flight deals.
Integrations with Google, PayPal, and UPS enhance the ability to serve online businesses; shopping cart closure and multichannel selling bring relevance to Web shoppers.
Consumers buy on weekdays; marketers should use that knowledge to time email campaigns and search engine bids.
A breakout session on lead generation at WebSideStory's user conference outlines the benefits of tweaking page variables.
Insufficient integration between customer communication channels is depriving consumers of positive experiences.
A stronger driver of consumer click-through rates, text is often the initial content of an email; target by response behavior to attract more clicks.
Omniture's new tools provide a single user interface for better bid management, Excel integration, and click fraud alerts.
NPOs are taking advantage of relevant content and supporter issues to create more targeted campaigns.
Eloqua's Marketing Conversion suite gives both divisions insight into what the other is doing.
New license revenue continues to rise in the industry, with marketing applications predicted to be the top performers through 2009, despite mergers and economic pressure.
Business Problem: Decision-makers have no insight into marketing effectiveness.
SPSS Software provides quick analysis and answers.
Marketing's new contemporary definition recognizes four key tenets.
Wireless immediacy allows enterprises to pursue CRM simplicity with powerful rewards for everyday functions.
It will be the largest driver of adoption in the IT department, and the results of that will be higher consumer-technology penetration and shorter product life cycles.
Hosted and on-demand marketing tools will be found in two-thirds of companies by 2008, with smaller businesses seeing the fastest uptake.
The lawsuit is a sign of the growing popularity of search engine marketing, according to one analyst.
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