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CRM Magazine Trade Magazine/Journal Oct 1, 2017
  • Keeping 'Em on the Team: Customer loyalty in sports is harder than it seems.
  • A Customer-Engaged Company Has Empathy in Its DNA; It has to be both baked into your company's culture and present in your people.
  • What SMBs Want from Vendors: Technology executives share what their small-business customers are asking of them.
  • Vega's Instagram Efforts Bear Fruit with Conversocial: The provider of plant-based food products turned to Conversocial for help engaging customers...
  • Central Restaurant Products Links Revenue to Its Source with DialogTech; A food service equipment provider attracts new customers, and lifts...
  • Optimizing Email for Better Sales Closes: Email success requires companies to challenge the marketing and sales status quo.
  • Digital Transformation Needs to Happen: The clock is ticking for companies that have been unwilling to embrace change.
  • Opening Up About Contact Center Design: COMPANIES MUST CREATE CONTACT CENTER LAYOUTS THAT WILL WORK FOR THEM AND THEIR CUSTOMERS.
  • The Psychology Behind E-Commerce Website Optimization: Companies must approach their web pages the way they would their sales conversations.
  • To Compete with Amazon, Online Companies Must Get Personal: At the annual e-commerce and retail conference, speakers posited methods for staying...
  • Companies Are Content with Content Marketing: Revenue growth is being driven by efforts to engage with increasingly hard-to-reach audiences.
  • Community Managers Must Speak the Language of Business; To gain financial support, online community managers constantly need to prove value.
  • Blockchain Technology Fosters Its Own Concerns: The financial transaction security technology leaves many companies worried.
  • Personalized Customer Service Means Recognizing Low-Key and Diva Moments; Journey maps can help companies understand--and adapt to--context.
  • Bots Are Here to (Self-) Serve You: Thanks to machine learning and AI, bots today can usually give customers what they want.
  • Make Your Customer Engagement a Closed Loop: Choose channels, gather data, create profiles, analyze, deliver right message at right time. Repeat.
  • Yet One More Case for Customer-Centricity.
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    Fuel Cells Today Trade Newsletter Feb 14, 2007
    2696
    Harvard Journal of Law & Technology Professional Magazine/Journal Mar 22, 2017
    175
    Holography News Trade Magazine/Journal Jul 1, 2017
    2334
    IDMi (Information & Document Management International) Trade Magazine/Journal Sep 2, 2017
    703
    Japan Inc. Trade Magazine/Journal Jul 1, 2008
    962
    Journal of Information Systems Academic Magazine/Journal Mar 22, 2004
    71
    MarketWatch: Infrastructure Trade Magazine/Journal Jun 25, 2003
    23
    MarketWatch: Wireless Trade Magazine/Journal Jun 26, 2003
    23
    MIT Technology Review Trade Magazine/Journal Sep 1, 2017
    919
    Rutgers Computer & Technology Law Journal Professional Magazine/Journal Mar 22, 2017
    218
    Scientia Magna Professional Magazine/Journal Sep 1, 2013
    614
    Technical Communication Trade Magazine/Journal Aug 1, 2005
  • How Academics and Practitioners Evaluate Technical Texts: A Focus Group Study.
  • Technology Transfer: Political Pressure, Economic Necessity, Social Phenomenon, Financial Reward, or Intellectual Pleasure?
  • Relations of Power and Solidarity in Scientific Communities: A Cross-cultural Comparison of Politeness Strategies in the Writing of Native English...
  • Reading Virgil's Georgics as a Scientific Text.
  • Oratory and Rhetoric in Renaissance Medicine.
  • Attitude, Certainty and Allusions to Common Knowledge in Scientific Research Articles.
  • Synchronous Computer Mediated Communication Captured by Usability Lab Technologies: New Interpretations.
  • Medical Image Modeling Tools and Applications [Special Issue].
  • Lean Consumption.
  • Execution Without Excuses.
  • Breakthrough Ideas for 2005.
  • A Syntactic Approach to Readability.
  • Google Intelligence! Sure, Search Engines Deliver, But What About the Off-line World?
  • Using Criteria in the Recommendation Report: A Case Study of the Texas A & M University Bonfire Commission Findings.
  • Teaching Technical Writing through Student Peer-evaluation.
  • Teaching Enron: The Rhetoric and Ethics of Whistle-blowing.
  • Teaching the Air Midwest Case: A Stakeholder Approach to Deliberative Technical Rhetoric.
  • The Relationship Between Negotiated Interaction, Learner Uptake, and Lexical Acquisition in Task-based Computer-mediated Communication.
  • The Lady's Rhetorick (1707): The Tip of the Iceberg for Women's Rhetorical Education in Englightenment France and Britain.
  • Introduction to the Special Issue on New Case Studies for Technical and Professional Communication [Special Issue].
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    VMS3.info Trade Magazine/Journal Jun 1, 2002
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