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Marketing Automation and Social Media Integration

February 13, 2013 | Justin Gray | No Comments |

The total time people spent on social media increased 37 percent to 121 billion minutes in 2012. Social media use specifically via mobile devices and mobile apps increased 63 percent during that same time frame. It’s not going away – and as marketers, we need to tap into these online conversations to engage prospective customers in meaningful ways, create positive experiences for existing customers and, in the process, feed our sales funnels.

For the FULL Marketing Automation and Social Media Integration best practices guide visit: https://www.leadmd.com/resource/marketing-automation-and-social-media-integration/

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