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Web 2.0 Expo '10 — Day 1: "The world we need is one we've never yet seen," declared Tim O'Reilly at his bi-annual technology event.
Location-Based Marketing Summit '10 — Day One: The opening keynote identifies the real value in location-based services, and urges marketers to rethink their reliance on Foursquare badges.
Your challenge, in a lot of ways, is to infuse what you do with humanity.
It's been nearly three decades since a little movie made Reese's Pieces a household name. Have product-placement marketers learned anything since then?
CRM Evolution '10 — Day 2: Ovum research analyst Ian Jacobs envisions the future of location-based customer interactions.
CRM Evolution '10: As CRM magazine's annual conference gets under way, the ninth annual awards honor companies, customers, and industry visionaries for successes in the CRM marketplace over the previous 12 months.
Customer Experience Forum '10: A Forrester Research vice president demonstrates technology that can sense and recognize movement.
In an effort to provide better predictive analytics, Pitney Bowes pulls out its checkbook.
Integrate systems and share data to deliver a better, more-holistic customer experience.
Jay H. Baker Retailing Initiative/Wharton Interactive Media Initiative '10: The chief executive officer of Home Shopping Network details how to engage customers and improve service.
Social media may be hot, but don't leave contact centers out in the cold.
Customers want — and expect — personalization.
Enhance your brand with digital video.
SPSS Directions '09: Statistician Nate Silver shared his tips for successful data analysis predictions.
Social Ad Summit '09: How to make connections contagious and promote customer's passions. Deep Focus's Ian Schafer shares secrets behind the "Mad Men Yourself" campaign.
Mediabistro.com's UGCX '09: A Forrester Research analyst outlines the impact of social media on business.
DMA '09: Members of past generations didn't age — they simply died. Baby Boomers, on the other hand, are defying that fate -- and if they're demanding more from life, why aren't marketers giving them what they want?
With incomplete information, some hazards can be deadly.
Survey results of more than 40,000 American households shows that technology will continue to see strong adoption in daily life.
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