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Why A Marketing Concierge Program is a Must for Your Business

  • On December 18, 2019
Why A Marketing Concierge Program is a Must for Your Business   Every market is unique and has it own challenges. Your partners are busy. They want you to deliver leads, ready to close. So how do you do this? Leading channel marketing companies, such as Gorilla, offer a marketing concierge program to service channel
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Marketing Trends for 2020: What’s Going to be Hot?

  • On December 12, 2019
Marketing Trends for 2020: What’s Going to be Hot?   It’s almost 2020, where has the time gone? We all know that the world of marketing continuously evolves as the years go by. And with all the marketing channels there are today, it can get a bit confusing on where your marketing budget is best
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What Is MultiChannel Marketing

  • On December 3, 2019
What Is MultiChannel Marketing   Multichannel marketing is the blending of different distribution and promotional channels for the purpose of Marketing. The ultimate goal is to give consumers a choice, and allow them to buy when and where they want to. It’s so easy to put into words but it’s more difficult than you think
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How to Use Account Based Marketing to Drive Business Success

  • On October 17, 2019
How to Use Account Based Marketing to Drive Business Success Many marketers today believe that account based marketing (ABM) is essential to marketing and sales. It is also referred to as the key to account marketing and is easily becoming the B2B strategy of choice. Today, ABM is considered a ‘must-have’ – and although the
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How to Maximize the ROI of Funded Heads in the Channel

  • On April 23, 2019
One of the least transparent and arguably inefficient aspects of any channel program is the hiring of a “funded head” within, for example, a distributor or top tier channel partner that is ostensibly charged with the task of advancing the interests of an IT vendor. The cost of that funded head is usually buried somewhere
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