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Feb 06, 2009
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Special Report: Marketing Wisdom 2009 – Download Your Complimentary PDF of Real-Life Lessons Learned

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Your free copy of Sherpa’s Marketing Wisdom 2009 report is ready for you. It features a new collection of some of the best real-life lessons learned last year by marketers just like you worldwide.

Click to download your PDF: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s/100441/marketing-wisdom-report
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Thanks to the hundreds of MarketingSherpa readers who contributed stories on email, search, social media and much more for this seventh annual report. The Editorial team pored over those stories to come up with the “best” test results and practical advice at big and small organizations alike.

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