Eloqua: Creating A Holiday for Modern B2B Marketers

Eloqua‘s sixth annual “holiday celebration” for growth-oriented B2B marketers just concluded in Orlando, Florida. I was pleased to observe a few dozen companies garner awards for their marketing and sales process.

CEO Joe Payne plays the consummate emcee, sharing off-the-cuff remarks and surprise giveaways for the top tweets from the ceremonies. Eloqua generates several weeks worth of buzz and online conversation from this well-orchestrated awards party. Here are the 2012 winners.

Eloqua Markie Awards 2012 with Joe Payne

What kind of holidays are you creating and sharing with your customers?

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