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Call analytics platforms: What are they good for?

Use cases for call analytics platforms are expanding and AI is driving more sophisticated approaches. Pamela Parker on June 4, 2020 Marketers are using call analytics platforms to identify the rich data and consumer insights hidden in the growing volume of inbound calls. Call analytics platforms are one of the few martech systems that can … Continue reading Call analytics platforms: What are they good for?

Spamtraps 101: What they Are, Why You Hit Them, & What to Do About It

Austin Bliss — May 29, 2020 What Is A Spamtrap? Spamtrap email addresses are “dummy” (but fully functional and deliverable) email addresses used for the express purpose of attracting spam. Any messages hitting these addresses are considered unsolicited bulk email. To summarize: A spamtrap is a valid, deliverable email address that is exclusively used to … Continue reading Spamtraps 101: What they Are, Why You Hit Them, & What to Do About It

What are enterprise workflow and project management tools and how do they help marketers?

Accountability and transparency are two of the benefits these solutions offer. Pamela Parker on May 11, 2020 The Project Management Institute (PMI) defines a project as “a temporary endeavor undertaken to create a unique product, service or result. A project is temporary in that it has a defined beginning and end in time, and therefore … Continue reading What are enterprise workflow and project management tools and how do they help marketers?

Using Chaos Engineering to Root Out Failures Before they Become Outages

Deven Samant — April 30, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted stark weaknesses inherent in systems we take for granted most of the time. An approach that is rapidly gaining ground in digital engineering circles is chaos engineering, a way of building resilience and protect against unforeseen interruptions in service. When it comes to the … Continue reading Using Chaos Engineering to Root Out Failures Before they Become Outages

Employee Pulse Surveys: What They Are and Why They Matter

Kellie Wong — April 12, 2020 Pulse surveys seem to be everywhere these days; think of how many times you’ve been asked to take a short survey online. Pulse surveys have become an integral part of the employee experience and an organizational must-have. Most HR professionals agree that pulse surveys are an increasingly valuable tool … Continue reading Employee Pulse Surveys: What They Are and Why They Matter

How to Give Work from Home Call Center Agents the Support and Resources they Need to Keep Your Business Functioning at Its Best

Veronica Krieg — March 21, 2020 The world we live in is demanding a remote workforce. And past trends show, as employees get more flexibility, they never want to give it back. Buffer’s State of Remote Work in 2020 report found that almost every employee who works remotely, a whopping 98%, want to continue remote … Continue reading How to Give Work from Home Call Center Agents the Support and Resources they Need to Keep Your Business Functioning at Its Best

WPP wants to train 50K employes on AI. Here’s how they plan to do it.

CTO Stephan Pretorius lifts the curtain on the holding company’s large-scale training plans and sheds light on how his team is able to break down barriers across business units. Amy Gesenhues on March 20, 2020 Last month, WPP, the holding company for multiple agencies and networks including Oglivy, GroupM and Kantar, released its annual results … Continue reading WPP wants to train 50K employes on AI. Here’s how they plan to do it.

Why Aren’t Employers Giving PR Employees the Benefits They Want?

Arik Hanson — March 11, 2020 By now, the “war for talent” has been well-documented. We’re facing a shortage of talent. Employees hold all the cards. Employers need to adapt in terms of what employees really want in the new economy. Except, here’s the problem: They’re not doing that. Not even close. According to Ragan’s … Continue reading Why Aren’t Employers Giving PR Employees the Benefits They Want?