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Wherever you are in your marketing development journey, Microsoft has resources to help you maximize your impact. Choose a starting point below depending on your immediate marketing goals.
Guidance for companies with fewer resources that are looking to expand their marketing investments and activities.
Advice for companies with growing marketing departments that want to increase the impact of their marketing efforts.
Recommendations for established marketing departments that are ready to create highly personal customer experiences.
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Learn how partners are rethinking traditional marketing processes to enhance customer interactions.
When it comes to creating and executing successful marketing campaigns, it pays to listen to the experts who've been there and done that. In our new monthly podcast and webinar series, you'll get invaluable insights from partners—and learn more about how Microsoft can help you build a stronger brand.
Don’t miss Brigitte Roy the Director of Marketing, Strategy and Innovation at SherWeb discussing best practices and useful tips for digital marketing, in episode four.
In the fourth episode of the series, Neural Impact Chief Marketing Officer Joanne Charley covers the fundamentals of how to build and maintain an effective digital marketing program for your business.
Senior Marketing Manager Jennifer Tomlinson goes back to basics with the four key steps to building your business through digital marketing.
Check out a collection of customizable assets—including pitch decks and copy blocks—you can use to supplement your marketing efforts.
Are you taking the right steps to future-proof your business? Which solutions suit your capabilities? Do you know where to find opportunity in today’s environment? Find success building and selling solutions with our suite of practices.
Learn how PTG's investment in marketing translate to sales.