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[Infographic] #MAfails: The Four Most Common Marketing Automation Mistakes & How to Fix Them

September 1, 2016 | Natasha Ness | No Comments |

We’re marketers. But we’re also human! We make mistakes.

It happens, you feel guilty, you want to cry, you hate yourself. But people get over it. These “mistakes” can tend to make you feel like a failure. And honestly, that’s KIND of okay too.

Good news: the future is written in pencil. The only way to improve it is by actively erasing FUTURE mistakes. The past in entirely useless.

Here are 4 ways to ensure your future is filled with a conspicuous lack of #MAfails!

 

 

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