A WHERE clause in SQL specifies that a SQL Data Manipulation Language (DML) statement should only affect rows that meet specified criteria. The criteria are expressed in the form of predicates. WHERE clauses are not mandatory clauses of SQL DML statements, but can be used to limit the number of rows affected by a SQL DML statement or returned by a query. In brief SQL WHERE clause is used to extract only those results from a SQL statement, such as: SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, or DELETE statement.
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  • Digital marketing shifts coming out of AdTech 2014

    … and strategies should be deployed to gather and analyze the right data to determine WHAT content should be created, WHERE the content should be distributed, and HOW they should measure its performance. Digital brand discovery strategies Most brands haven’t wrapped their head around learning what questions their prospects are asking in order to find…

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  • How To Convert A Lead ~99.9% of the Time

    … I wanted to share with you a cool way I’ve been generating leads … but not through the traditional sense.It’s a weird way on how to convert a lead… and probably get the lead 99% of the time. Interested? Read on Lead = someone requested MORE information* Always adhere to CAN-SPAM (read more about spam and emails here) and ONLY email those…

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  • How I Track my Affiliate Marketing Profit/Loss

    … and today I wanted to do just that! I have a few spreadsheets I use to track all the necessary data I need to ensure I know where I stand at any given point. I’ll go through the main ones, Note 1: There’s probably a way better way to do this but I’m old school and stubborn :p Note 2: All numbers and traffic sources are made up. Teespring…

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  • Your social media strategy plan: Where do you START?

    When I work with businesses, there is often an enthusiastic attitude about moving on to the social web but confusion about how to actually get started. Today’s post provides a step-by-step overview on how to move ahead. Headline links at the beginning of each section will take you to more detailed posts if you want to learn more about each specific step! And by the way, your ...

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  • The Secret Sauce Of Marketing Analytics: The 5W1H Framework

    …, but applies to any information gathering practice. It consists of six questions that together form a complete story of an event: Who is it about? What happened? When did it occur? Where did it take place? Why did it happen? How did it occur? Who (which audience/segment) was affected? What (KPI or metric) was affected…

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