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Re: CRM for the Small Biz: Turning Agony Into Ecstasy 3  smeade   2009-10-30 08:15:53 
Re: The Data-Driven Marketer: Show Me the Numbers 2  egillespie   2009-10-16 06:40:55 
Re: The 'Flat Funnel' Marketing Myth 2  nivenor1   2009-09-15 08:18:40 
Re: IVR Systems, Part 1: Are They Done Yet? 2  heidimiller   2009-09-11 10:25:18 
Re: The E-Coupon Generation 2  vgorasia   2009-09-01 20:11:56 
Re: Getting Small Firms on Board With BPM 2  phil_ayres   2009-09-01 05:41:14 
Re: Building a Leak-Proof Sales Pipeline 3  nivenor1   2009-08-26 09:34:44 
Re: Checkout Line Anxiety 2  mitchr   2009-08-26 08:23:45 
Re: If You Build a Branded Online Community, Will Customers Come? 2  tomrau   2009-08-07 02:07:15 
Re: Don't Trade Customer Satisfaction for Call Center Efficiency 2  DHarlow   2009-07-31 15:04:11 
Re: Primary Indicators 2  OnState   2009-07-30 06:48:10 
Re: 40 Years After 2  Grannelle   2009-07-22 08:51:28 
Re: How to Earn Your Customers' Loyalty 2  Grannelle   2009-07-16 09:35:36 
Re: Automation: A Lube Job for a Sluggish Economy 2  Stephen-Lee   2009-07-16 07:26:20 
Re: 8 Steps to Getting Sales and Marketing to Play Nice 3  nivenor1   2009-07-09 06:52:43 
Re: 3 Keys to Mobile Customer Retention 3  msimms   2009-07-08 18:05:55 
Re: Making Social Networks Pay, Part 2: Players and Products 3  GillianVerga   2009-07-06 14:26:47 
Re: RFID: A Revolution in a Holding Pattern 3  soopergrape   2009-07-06 14:04:13 
Re: Evolution, Revolution and Punctuated Equilibrium 2  Stephen-Lee   2009-07-02 13:38:46 
Re: Outsourcing's No Longer In 2  klaughlin8   2009-06-30 07:17:46 

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