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With a huge, booming market and continued growth, the demand in companies for marketing automation tools is greater than ever. Back in 2014, for example, there were nearly 11 times more B2B organizations using them than in 2011. That trend has only strengthened.
As more and more start their buyer's journey, service providers like Dingle continue to encounter new prospects with the same fundamental and very important question: What is marketing automation and what can it mean for us? I’m going to try to define the term and explore the phenomenon, focusing on what it is, who it’s for and why you should care.
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Unless you have been living under a sizeable boulder for the past two years or so you have probably come across a live-stream on Facebook or Twitter. This is not a novelty but still the implementation of these technologies into effective marketing seems a bit distant to companies.
Aaron Sandhu has one of the most interesting jobs from anyone I know. The variety of projects he’s been involved have taken him to amazing places in the world, such as Borneo, different places in India and (by the time of publishing this podcast) Zambia. He’s a great example of a person who has made a living of his passion.