How Marketers Stay Productive: Andrew Donnelly Of Mikogo

Mikogo

This week we feature Andrew Donnelly, Online Marketing Manager at Mikogo. Mikogo is a free screen sharing solution for online meetings, web conferencing and online sales demos. Mikogo offers a 100% web-based way for participants to join meetings, a free version for private users, and business plans for professionals.

In this interview, you can read more about his work at Mikogo, favorite marketing tools, productivity tips as well as his advice for budding marketers.

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How Marketers Stay Productive: Tim Fouracre Of Clear Books

Clear Books

This week we feature Tim Fouracre, Founder and CEO at Clear BooksClear Books provides online accounting software that includes bookkeeping and invoicing features for small businesses.

In this interview, you can read more about his work at Clear Books, favorite marketing tools, productivity tips as well as his advice for budding marketers.

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How Marketers Stay Productive: Chelsea Scholz Of Unbounce

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This week we feature Chelsea Scholz, Campaign Strategist at UnbounceUnbounce Marketing Solutions provides self-serve hosted services that enable marketers to create, publish, and test landing pages.

In this interview, you can read more about her work at Unbounce, favorite marketing tools, productivity tips as well as her advice for budding marketers.

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How Marketers Stay Productive: Tony Chan Of PerfectAudience

Perfect Audience

This week we feature Tony Chan, Director of Customer Success at PerfectAudiencePerfect Audience is a retargeting platform that lets marketers bring back lost web visitors through Facebook ads and banner ads in the web.

In this interview, you can read more about his work at PerfectAudience, favorite marketing tools, productivity tips as well as his advice for budding marketers.

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A Beginners Guide to Workflow Management Systems

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Looking for a workflow management system?

Project management is part art and part knack. Thankfully we have distanced ourselves from the obsolete systems of project management which have been rather costly, inefficient, confusing and frankly too cumbersome to deal with all together.

The biggest problem has been the generality of the solution that used to be offered to all through these hardware-bound systems. Continue reading