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N5R.com just released a new short segment as part of a video series. It's called "Follow The Consumer" and it's roughly a minute long. It's one of six business trends you must know to survive in 2013.
This excellent article was written by Krista LaRiviere
This Article was written by Hubspots very own, Andrew Pitre.
We've all gotten used to the idea of using Twitter, Facebook, and even YouTube for marketing -- even if the platforms aren't always as brand-friendly as they could be. And why should they be? They started as social networks meant for people to talk to people, not companies to talk to consumers. But in the struggle for monetization, they've had to adapt and continue offering ways for brands to market and make money using social media.
If you've ever played a sport that regarded the 'assist' as an important statistic, you know how valuable it can be. I grew up playing soccer for most of my adolescence, and although I was never the highest scoring player, I was always one of the most regular contributors to making assists. And to be honest, setting my teammates up for success somehow felt even more rewarding than scoring goals myself.
From the results of its Marketing Automation Survey last year, Loopfuse released some interesting data about the adoption of advanced marketing automation features. Based on 361 respondents, Loopfuse showed that, while many users have adopted the basic features of its marketing automation tools, most haven't started using many of the more advanced features.
LinkedIn rolled out polls this week, a cool new feature for LinkedIn Groups (important distinction: this feature is not available for Company Pages). The feature has been rolling out over the past couple of days, and if you haven't seen it yet, you're sure to soon. LinkedIn has also let you like, comment on, and follow polls, helping spark discussion and increase user engagement with the group. Let's take a look at how to set up polls in LinkedIn Groups, and discuss 5 creative ways to use this new feature.
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