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For 2020 we’ve gathered together no fewer than 50 events that place an emphasis on B2B marketing in all its facets, and we’re thrilled to present the list here, in chronological order.
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Another data scientist archetype is the Oracle, someone who has mastered the skills of modeling and the tools of machine learning.
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Want to learn more about social media marketing? Or are you just looking for a little inspiration?
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Chatbot-backed lead generation, chatbot-based FAQs, and customer support bots are all unicorns of the AI and marketing automation world today.
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How can we create personalized experiences to acquire new customers? Looking at the success stories of Amazon and Netflix, we believe a detailed profile of user demographics is required. But in B2B marketing, detailed demographic and psychographic profiles aren’t needed. In fact, a small amount of data combined with relevant insights can go a long way.
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