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Partner Enablement by Combining Social and Search

  • On August 10, 2021
In the world of partner enablement, there are so many missed opportunities to streamline and raise the bar when it comes to marketing practices. In our capacity as a  channel marketing agency we notice vendors often forget that marketing know-how and resources they possess are frequently not something readily available to every partner in their
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How To Build A Social Media Audience To Boost Your Channel Marketing Company

  • On July 20, 2021
Social media improves brand awareness by driving engagement. In 2018 alone, there were over 3.2 billion people on social media globally, which increased by 12.5% in 2020. According to Statista, it is projected to reach 4.41 billion by 2025. Social engagement includes interactions like comments, likes, shares, and re-posts. Social media can increase traffic to
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NEWS! Gorilla Corporation unveils Partner Pulse Scorecarding, a breakthrough technology to improve through-channel marketing automation (TCMA)

  • On July 14, 2021
Today we very excited to announce the launch of Partner Pulse Scorecarding to improve through-channel marketing automation (TCMA). With Partner Pulse Scorecarding, activities are customized to focus on active partner for ranking and tiering, defining the next steps. Scorecarding is also utilized to identify new partners that also fit the strategic alignment of the manufacturer.
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The Rapidly Expanding Tech Channel Ecosystem

  • On June 29, 2021
Channel marketers have a lot of changes in store and we’re seeing so many emerging and converging trends that are changing how we look at the market every day and how we play a role in terms of making all this work, in essence redefining our channel ecosystem likely forever.   The Way It’s Going
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Expanding Partner Ecosystems to Improve Your Business

  • On May 11, 2021
Let’s begin simply: What is a partner ecosystem? A partner ecosystem is the record of the various partnerships that you have within your business. These partnerships could consist of vendors, marketing experts, and any other partnerships you have cultivated. To ensure that you are always maintaining partnerships that are beneficial to your business, it’s important
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How To Move Your Technology Channel Partner To The Subscription Model

  • On April 27, 2021
Gorilla Corporation CEO and Forbes Technology Council Member, Carlo Brayda, has written an excellent article about moving your technology channel partner into a subscription model rather than the on-premise sale model. This post offers excellent insights into channel partner relationships and how to migrate the subscription model successfully. Read the full article on Forbes.
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Using Channel Sales Models to your Advantage

  • On January 29, 2021
The world of channel sales is expanding and not just an enterprise game anymore. Rapid expansion in technology has created competition on an epic scale. Companies with the right plan to build relationships can now compete with large and enterprise companies much sooner than in the past. This competition had created an environment where sales
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Service Channel Marketing: A Beginners Guide

  • On November 19, 2020
You may have noticed we love channel marketing! big channel marketing, small channel marketing, for Tech Giants to Global logistics we can’t get enough. However, there’s one aspect of channel that can escape even the savviest among us, the elusive Service Channel Marketing. So lets learn more, but first a quick refresher! What is the
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Choosing your Partner Relationship Management Tool

  • On October 20, 2020
Partner relationship management (PRM) is a key part of a channel strategy which aims to improve cohesion and communication between vendors and their partners. The idea was created when it became apparent there was a growing need for businesses to rely on third-party distribution partners to market and ultimately sell their products. This gave rise
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Building Relationships with B2B Customers: Why it’s important

  • On September 15, 2020
Both B2B and B2C businesses lose an average of 45-50% of their customers every five years. Frequent small transactions and typical customer churn means this isn’t too worrying for B2C companies. Yet for B2B industries, this can be crippling. License and contract wins in our industry are far more valuable than B2C transactions, and certainly
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