IPSWICH, Mass. — June 6, 2013 — Marketing professionals now have access to the latest insights from marketing thought leaders through AMA Marketing Watch from EBSCO Information Services. Created with the guidance of experts at the American Marketing Association, the continually updated resource provides information on best practices and contains concise summaries of each topic.
Each of the 30 reports in AMA Marketing Watch allow users to quickly find answers to marketing questions through highlighted ‘Key Takeaways,' a concise analysis of the topic and links for further reading and insights from the American Marketing Association. The reports allow readers to acquire in-depth information on important topics such as:
- Customer Relationships
- Demand Generation
- Green Marketing
- Marketing Research
- Relationship Management
- Social Media
- Viral Marketing
- Word-of-Mouth Marketing
AMA Marketing Watch can be integrated into widely used systems, including portals and SharePoint, to bring the latest marketing information into every day workflow. For more information, visit http://www.ebscohost.com/academic/ama-marketing-watch.
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