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Paul Greenberg wrote a great blog this week defining Customer Engagement. I am much looking forward to his expanded paper on the topic. Basically he writes that in 2012: Out: Social Business and Social CRM In: Customer Engagement What’s the difference? Ray Wang

The subscription-based economy is thriving.  Netflix’s well-known model (and subsequent public relations mess in changing it), and the recent announcements from Google and Apple have set it in stone. The subscription model, like many of the B2B sales models in the SaaS

I've conducted an interview with Chris Yeh, VP Marketing from PBWorks and thought it would be interesting to share. As you know, I declared more than once that the customers are kings which means companies should be able to understand their customer's behavior

So you have a product! you’ve worked so hard on making it the way you want (iteratively of course) and now you want to sell it - so how do you do that? The answer, as strange as it might

in Scott Gruher’s blog post on “Go to Market Strategy: How Much are Your Customers Worth?”, his recommendation is to treat customers based on their values. He suggests measuring two basic metrics: CLTV (Customer Life Time Value) and CAC (Customer Acquisition