This document was originally designed to address the questions which were sent to me by large customers wanting to launch web 2.0 initiatives. Very often these clients wanted to jump on the bandwagon, but they didn’t know how to do it. They required help and guidance, even to understand the very meaning of Web 2.0.
I've come up with two great ideas today. Here’s a big one for Facebook ....create a digital card that can replaces all the membership cards to replace all the cards that we carry and jam our wallets. Make it the size of an iPhone and I can just flip through my card on a touch screen. Or make that application reside on an iPhone.
As VP Marketing at a B2B marketing automation company, I’m under constant pressure to take our marketing to the next level. When marketing to other marketers, the way we interact with our own prospects is a direct reflection of the capabilities of our lead management solution. If we can't market ourselves like a world-class company — and make it look easy — then why should our customers trust us to help them do it?
I started to write about this article to focus on this the headline of this article TV Ads 'a Waste of Money' for the Back-in-Black Gap, 40% Jump in Profits Indicates Merchandising Initiatives Are Paying Off -- when I got to the bottom of the article where they had this to say: