LinkedIn is rolling out a new messaging experience that offers an easier and more lightweight way to have professional conversations with your connections.
LinkedIn rebuilt everything from the ground up so you can expect a cleaner and more streamlined look and feel to help you start or keep a conversation going. LinkedIn also introduced a chat-style interface to allow for easy back and forth messaging. LinkedIn also organized all the messages around the people that matter to you, which means you’ll be able to easily reference the last conversation you had right within the thread. We’ve also improved our push and email notifications to make it easier to stay on top of the conversations that are most relevant and important to you.
In addition to being able to attach photos and documents to your messages, now you can also add stickers, emojis and GIFs to insert a little extra personality into the conversations you’re having 1:1 or with a group on the new messaging experience.
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Exhibitions ask some interesting questions of businesses; to package yourselves up, your ethics, your products, your people, your brand and to then put it all on display for judgement in front of competitors, partners, clients and prospects over a short period of time.
So how do brands get it right?
Making exhibitions (yuck!) Live Experiences work is about keeping it simple and engaging, so here are a few thoughts for your exhibitions presence:
Here’s a wakeup call, it’s about to be 2016 and collecting piles of emails just isn’t going to work anymore. Did it ever really work in the first place? Of course it’s helpful to have a healthy list of emails but to make meaningful advances in your bottom line you need to know more about the person behind the email. On top of this, you need a system for nurturing and communicating with said leads. These three apps each harness the power to systemize your lead collection.
Anyone who runs a small business knows that a certain level of stress is part of the job. Time is the small business owner’s most valuable resource, but often, time is exactly what is needed to lessen the stress level.
Today’s digests of curated articles summarized for your quick review:
MKTG 102: Foundations of Marketing Analytics - GartnerB-to-B CMOs: It's Time to Own the Customer Experience - AdAgeReport: Role of CMO should focus on buyer journey - B2B News NetworkDo Your Vendors Play Well Together? 4 Keys For Harmonizing Your Marketing Applications - MarketingLandThe 10 Most Popular CRM Products - ProfsSix Hard and Six Soft Skills to Look for When Hiring Your Next Marketing Employee - Profs5 Essential Hybrid Digital Marketing Skills to Develop Now - Search Engine WatchSales accelerator InsideSales opens up its crown jewels to become a business prediction platform - Venture BeatKey Email Marketing Stats - Smart Insights Digital Marketing
Your company has just purchased a booth at a trade show and you will be the person in control of the booth. How can you be proactive to get your booth recognized? How can you start prospecting even before the trade show begins?
Ann Windham's insight:
Trade shows have 3 steps to increase ROI , Before, during and after the show. Leave off a step and you will decrease effectiveness by 1/3.
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