Microsoft Partner Network podcast: Partner Marketing Pros- Episode Nine (Part Two)

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This week’s guest is Gerry Murry, a Research Director with IDC’s Marketing and Sales Technology service. Marketing technology and related solutions are his specialty and he’s got a great pulse on marketing budgets and trends. He confirms that we’ve seen an increase in social, content and digital marketing and that the significant upsurge in digital marketing is because it’s “way less expensive for the reach that you get.” Yet he also advises to pay close attention to the privacy and data collection trends that continue to be on the rise. Marketers must be respectful and create positive relationships centered around customer privacy—a priority pillar in this digital business world. Listen to the entire podcast for more insight into marketing budgets and investments!

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