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Jan 25, 2012
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Download your Complimentary Special Report: 'Marketing Wisdom for 2012: Real-Life Stories of Success and Lessons Learned'

SUMMARY: Download your complimentary PDF of the 2012 MarketingSherpa Wisdom Report (sponsored by HubSpot), our annual collection of marketers' real-life stories, test results, and lessons learned from the previous year.
We are proud to announce the release of Marketing Wisdom for 2012: Real-Life Stories of Success and Lessons Learned, sponsored by HubSpot, our 10th annual collection of marketersí real-life stories, test results, and lessons learned from the previous year.

You and your peers have weathered recession, faced increasing customer skepticism, and have had to adapt to the ever-advancing intelligence of the online population.

But, in 2011, you were up to the challenge. This year's edition features stories that highlight resourcefulness, creativity, and a sound understanding of how basic marketing tenets not only apply, but thrive, alongside the latest technologies, practices, and new marketing realities.

Be sure to download your complimentary copy of this year's Wisdom Report to see how your peers took the lessons learned from the previous year, tested in myriad ways, and optimized efforts for better returns in 2011 and beyond.


Best,

Brad Bortone
Senior Copy Editor
MarketingSherpa, a MECLABS company



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