Tag: technology marketing agency

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    Why ShipServ won a 2009 CRM Market Award

    Once again, ShipServ has ‘scooped’ a marketing award (why are awards always scooped?) — this time the 2009 CRM Market Awards run by CRM Magazine. ShipServ, piloted by CMO John Watton, won a CRM Elite Award given to customer implementations that push new boundaries. The judges recognised ShipServ “for its holistic use of Marketo, Salesforce.com, and social media” — including viral video, eBooks, Twitter and a LinkedIn group (we’re kind of proud of our work on all these).

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    Velocity announces free B2B Content Marketing Workbook

    Velocity, the B2B marketing agency specialising in technology companies, today announced the publication of a free 49-page eBook called The B2B Content Marketing Workbook…

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    Simple Steps To A User Focused Site

    We never tire of building websites. The sheer pace of technology change means no two sites are the same. But the same old battles are usually just round the corner.

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    Clean tech marketing and green tech marketing: a different kind of B2B

    We’ve recently worked with a handful of companies that offer clean technologies or green technologies (or both if SEO is important to you) and we’ve noticed some issues that they have in common. So we thought we’d capture them in this new slideshare…

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    Postcreditcrunchism: marketing is the measure of all things

    The history books will look upon the credit crunch as an agent of dramatic change. Marketing, for one, will never be the same again. It’s probably for the best.

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    Why Ronald Reagan is the Spitting Image of an internet pioneer

    Presidents are all the rage. Obama and Nixon, in their own ways, are the toast of the Hollywood glitterati. And Ronald Reagan has emerged as a genuine internet pioneer.

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    Papa’s got a brand new bag, maaan.

    A bravo for emusic, one of the best music download sites out there, and some thoughts on building relevant communities in B2B. ‘Build it and expect them to come’ doesn’t work in the wild world of social networking.