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2011-stevensIs there really a marketing ROI?  Ruth P. Steven's tells the uncensored truth!" This is a replay of a show that is evergreen. How do you weigh in on it?

 SLMA Radio host Jim Obermayer interviews Ruth P. Stevens about the reality of the holy grail of proving marketing's return investment. 

 

Is it as easy as some say or as difficult as some others say;

What are the consequences of a marketer not being skilled in ROI reporting? 

What are the most often used tools for proving the return on results for marketing plans.

 About  Ruth P. Stevens

 Ruth P. Stevens's expertise in customer acquisition and retention derives from a decade and a half of hands-on marketing for both large enterprises and start-up companies. Just prior to beginning her consulting practice, she served as chief marketing officer at an Internet company in New York City. Before that, she had broad responsibilities for direct marketing at three corporate giants – IBM, Ziff-Davis and Time Warner.

 She has been listed as one of the 50 Most Influential in Sales Lead Management in 2011, one of the 20 Women to Watch in Sales Lead Management in 2012 and 2011. Since going independent in the late 90's, Ruth has had a lot of experience with people who are on the fence with the decision of whether venturing out on their own is for them, or are they better staying with or seeking a firm to work for.

 She will also help alert you as to the common mistakes people make when making this change without thinking it through all the way. This mistakes can make the difference between success and failure.

 This blog is supported by the generous sponsorship of VanillaSoft and GoldMine CRM Software

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