ROI Proof Week: Back to Basics

April 17, 2017 | Justin Gray | No Comments |

Positive ROI is swimming in plain sight.

LinkedIn’s been putting this one together for weeks—and we’re really looking forward to the stories coming out of this effort. They’re calling it “Proof Week,” and the message is clear: Positive ROI is swimming in plain sight.

We spend a lot of time on LinkedIn. It’s a valuable part of what we do, and our favorite social network. Like the Proof Week tagline suggests, positive ROI is out there, but you have to know where to look. LinkedIn is pulling together technical resources and success stories to help get the best practices out there. Even this post introducing the series delivers a wealth of knowledge. This is good stuff.

Our business exists to make a difference. Positive ROI enables us to make a bigger difference. Make sure you set aside a few minutes to check out ROI Proof Week.

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