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By Steve Mann on August 27, 2010
Bob Warfield, a fellow Enterprise Irregular writes a great post about how superior content trumps SEO and links as a means of driving traffic: For marketing, content trumps SEO and links back to your site. That’s not to say there is no value in SEO or links, just that if you have to choose or […]
By Bob Warfield on August 27, 2010
My head is starting to hurt with all the back and forth among my Enterprise Irregulars buddies about the relationships between the complex concepts of Multitenancy, Private, and Public Clouds. A set of disjoint conversations and posts came together like the whirlpool in the bottom of a tub when it drains. I was busy with […]
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By Paul Greenberg on August 27, 2010
I grew up a bibliophile. I love books. I always have and always will. And since I love writing, I’ve written books and been happy with the results – of the sales, sure – but more importantly, of the writing. I’m proud of that. When I wrote CRM at the Speed of Light’s first edition […]
By Michael Krigsman on August 27, 2010
Enterprise vendor, Workday, invited twenty top analysts to the company’s first briefing day. The event offers lessons for creating transparent and open dialog with industry analysts.
By Jevon MacDonald on August 27, 2010
Picking co-founders and early employees will always be one of the scariest things you do. Even as you are doing it for your 3rd, 4th, 5th of 15th time, you never feel like you are getting better at it, you just start to get a bit more paranoid and careful. There is however a certain […]