I met with a client recently and was a little distressed at some of the incorrect assumptions they’d made about Eloqua and specific functionality they weren’t aware of. It developed into an interesting discussion, I’ve tried to capture some of that discussion here.
Posts by Derek Bell:
I recently downloaded the Litmus 2018 State of Email Report. I’ve summarised the key points I believe are important for Modern Marketers and provided some context for Oracle Marketing Cloud Eloqua customers that they may want to review as they move forward with their campaigns in 2018.
There are no shortage of blog posts and people sharing their views on the e.g. “3 big trends” in CX, marketing automation and other related topics for 2018. My frustration is that there are few examples from the B2B world. Given I spend 90% of my time with organisations selling to other businesses I thought […]
As a business owner or CMO, you need to know exactly who has access to your social properties and your website. You need to be clear about access levels and you need to know who can post on behalf of your brand. This post provides some things for you to ponder about when it comes to digital security at your organisation.
Marketing Automation forces certain changes within today’s marketing teams. This blog post covers some of my observations around changes to the team and the need to focus on a few key areas for success, data quality being one of the significant one.
In the world of Marketing, the idea of “conversion” needs to be much more than someone submitting a form. In the world of Sales, conversion is a prospect who becomes a customer because they’ve signed on the dotted line. How can Marketing support this process and help progress buyers on their journey?
When planning for a new year, one aspect I find that helps me focus my energies is the range of Insight reports I have access to with Oracle Marketing Cloud Eloqua.
V-Blogging was one of my 2015 NY resolutions. If I listen to #Ellen, I shouldn’t make any resolutions for 2016 until I achieve the 2015 resolutions. Let’s go.