Thought Leader Series: How to Build an e-Marketing Strategy that Drives Sales

Join us for this month’s FREE webinar interview on How to Build an e-Marketing Strategy that Drives Sales tomorrow – Tuesday, June 22nd from 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. eastern time.  We will be learning how to build engagement with prospects during the buying cycle, how to create actionable content that will not go unread, how to develop a nurturing campaign framework, how to increase momentum within the marketing storyline and much more.

Let me introduce you to our Thought Leader, Ardath Albee

Ardath Albee is a B2B Marketing Strategist and CEO of her firm, Marketing Interactions, Inc.

She applies over 23 years of business management and marketing experience to help companies with complex sales use eMarketing and content strategies to generate more and better sales opportunities.

Ardath is a frequent industry speaker and the author of the popular Marketing Interactions blog.

Her book, eMarketing Strategies for the Complex Sale was recently released by McGraw-Hill.

Among her clients are Cisco, Qwest, Avid Technology, Citrix Online, Silicon Graphics and LANDesk – An Avocent Company.

Please join us for this special interview with a talented eMarketing strategist.  Be sure to sign up today as availability is limited to the first 1,000 participants – Click here to sign up now >>

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