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  • The Most Shared Articles from MarketingSherpa Blog in 2016

    While the jury may be out on 2016 as a whole, marketers have had a very exciting year, and MarketingSherpa (if we may say so) has hopefully shown a spotlight on it through our content. In light of celebrating the good of 2016 as we’re all madly planning what 2017 will bring, we’re revisiting the most popular articles from the past 12 months.

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  • How HCSS used an interactive contest to increase web traffic 800%

    http://www.meclabs.com/training/marketing-summit/marketingsherpa-summit-2016/session-replays For complex B2B products and services, customers often overlook the intricacies and value of the entire process. For example, very few potential customers are familiar with the companies involved on a construction project, or the role that HCSS software plays in its success ...

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  • Shrimpin’ Ain’t Easy: What we can learn from Minor League Baseball branding

    It’s the morning of game seven of the World Series, and two of the longest droughts in Major League baseball history are hanging in the balance. Social media across the city of Jacksonville, Florida is lit up, talking about nothing but baseball. … and shellfish. On the morning of the historic game that ended the Chicago Cubs 108-year drought, Jacksonville, Florida’s minor l ...

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  • How SAP Engaged Its Best Customers to the Close of $27 Million

    What do you do when optimizing customer engagement means transforming the way an entire organization thinks and functions? Making a transformational shift in any company is a huge undertaking of thousands of details. In the midst of all of those details, you absolutely cannot forget to ensure that everyone, company-wide, is on the same page and focused on a unified value proposition.

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  • How to take storytelling risks through publishing

    “Brands suddenly realized, 30-second spots aren’t working. There’s got to be a better way for us to tell a story,” Morgan Spurlock, Academy Award-Nominated Director, Super Size Me, said in our MarketingSherpa 2016 Media Center interview. “That’s when they started looking at creative ways to make content tell stories.

    MarketingSherpa Blogin Content How To's- 24 readers -