December 2010

2011: The year of living Netflix

by Eloqua on December 31, 2010 in Digital Marketing

If you missed the headlines yesterday, Hitwise released… its list of top search terms in 2010, and Facebook continued its dominance taking the 1

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6 Prediction Posts We Didn’t Write (And 1 We Did)

by Eloqua on December 29, 2010 in Content Marketing

The New Year is just a couple days away. It’s time for predictions.
My prediction: the year will last roughly 365 days. (It’s not…

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An Aprimo Acquisition Roundup

by Eloqua on December 23, 2010 in Marketing Measurement

Yesterday’s announcement that Teradata plans to purchase Aprimo for a cool $525 million made noise in the industry. Eloqua CEO Joe Payne already gave …

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Q&A: Six Vital Answers from Eloqua CEO Joe Payne About the Aprimo Acquisition

by contributor on December 22, 2010 in Revenue Performance Management

Eloqua CEO Joe Payne weighs in with his provocative thoughts on today’s news that Teradata has agreed to buy Aprimo.
Q: Were you surprised …

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Free Press: “This isn’t over.” FCC Net Neutrality Ruling Rankles Many

by Eloqua on December 22, 2010 in Social Media

If this is the Federal Communications Commission’s idea of triangulation, you have to wonder who they’re trying to please.
The FCC handed down a…

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Dude, That’s My Brand!

by Eloqua on December 21, 2010 in Social Media

Ford surprised the advertising industry recently when it said it would skip the Super Bowl party this year. Hard as it is to imagine…

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Astadia’s 2011 New Year’s Resolutions for our Eloqua Clients

by contributor on December 20, 2010 in Demand Generation

 It’s New Year’s resolution time and Eloqua partner, Astadia… is sharing some useful tips for 2011! The following resolutions were compiled by Astadia’s Vice President of Product Marketing,

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How Much Is Your Facebook Stardom Worth?

by Eloqua on December 17, 2010 in Social Media

This article originally appeared on SocialTimes.com.…
How much is a Facebook fan worth? $3? $10? $1,000?
Don’t feel bad if you have no

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