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A Boutique Social Media Marketing Consultancy

Natascha Thomson

In this blog, Natascha Thomson, author of 42 Rules for B2B Social Media Marketing, shares social media news and insights from her consulting practice.

Contact Natascha to create or optimize your social media strategy.

© 2017 Marketing XLerator

Please join us for this webinar on the topic of “Over-Automation that tries to answer the question: Is it possible to stay mindful in a data-driven world?

It’s hosted on 09/15/15 at 9:00 AM PT/ Noon ET by Social Media Today and you can register here.

At one point or another, scaling your organization is going to mean automating some part of your process.

Because of the demands of data, automation can definitely be a good thing–even in this era of bespoke customer service. But there are right ways to do it and lots of wrong ways.

  • How can you make sure to stay mindful and true to your mission while automating parts of your business that require it?
  • How do you know what to automate and which tools to use? Which data should you listen to, and which should you ignore?

In this webinar, learn:

  • How to listen to the data, but not be bound by it
  • How to use automation to your advantage without getting letting it cloud your goals (and alienate your target audience)
  • Strategies for better data management, automation and what to avoid at all cost
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THE PANEL

PAUL DUNAY – Panel Moderator

Vice President, PricewaterhouseCoopers
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GAIL MOODY-BYRD

Head of Digital Governance, Performance & Optimization, SAP Experience

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LINDA WEST

Director of Marketing, Act-On Software
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NATASCHA THOMSON –  @NATHOMSON

CEO, MarketingXLerator, Social Media Consultant

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Webinar Date & Time:
Tuesday, September 15, 2015  at 9 AM PT / Noon ET
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PS: Are there any burning questions you’d like the panel to address? If yes, please post them in the comment section below.
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