The Value of the Post-Sale Customer Experience in the B2B Industry

By Matthew Brown
You’ve given them countless product demos. Made executive trips to their headquarters. Answered their questions on Saturday mornings. Invited their European team out to dinner.
Your team put in the work and finally won the deal. Congratulations!
Now, is it really on to the next one? For sales yes, but for your entire company it definitely shouldn’t be. More companies are spending additional time and res on improving the B2B post-sale experience of their customers. Why? Here are a few of the main reasons…

Area targeting offered in Google Smart Shopping projects

Smart Shopping projects are Google’s maker learning-driven advocate item advertisements. They immediately maximize advertisement distribution throughout Google’s buildings. As a more recent project kind, there have actually been setups as well as reporting constraints that have actually maintained lots of marketers on the sidelines. Up until really lately, marketers can not regulate area targeting.

A psychotherapist explains why some adults are reacting badly to young climate strikers

Young climate strikers I spoke to recently are confused and distressed about the things adults are doing. It’s not just inaction during the worsening climate crisis that bothers them, but the increasingly bizarre criticism many older people throw at striking schoolchildren, in the media and elsewhere. In the absence of any meaningful attempts to restrain global carbon emissions, the direct action of young people should, logically, be applauded. But maybe we’re not dealing with an entirely logical problem here.

Facebook should ban campaign ads. End the lies.

Permitting falsehood in political advertising would work if we had a model democracy, but we don’t. Not only are candidates dishonest, but voters aren’t educated, and the media isn’t objective. And now, hyperlinks turn lies into donations and donations into louder lies. The checks don’t balance. What we face is a self-reinforcing disinformation dystopia.
That’s why if Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and YouTube don’t want to be the arbiters of truth in campaign ads, they should stop selling them. If they can’t be distributed safely, they shouldn’t be distributed at all.

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Menos Hiras – Picking Yourself a Travel Buddy

Shortly after finishing college back in 2016 my old roommate Menos Hiras and myself embarked on a 3 month trip through South and Central America. At that time another one of my friends wanted me to go with him to Asia, but the truth is that I just felt I would get on better on the road with Menos than I would with my other friend. This turned out to be a smart decision and Menos and I had an amazing time on the road.

Alabama girl, 3, vanishes at birthday party, Amber Alert sent as police identify possible kidnapping suspect



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A 3-year-old girl in Alabama mysteriously vanished while attending a birthday party over the weekend and police have identified a possible suspect in the child’s kidnapping.

Birmingham police issued an Amber Alert for Kamille “Cupcake” McKinney, who was last seen playing with other children during an outdoor birthday party at Tom Brown Village housing community around 8:30 p.m. Saturday night,


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