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Eloqua Experience a Hit with ReadyTalk

Posted by Mike McKinnon on
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I just got back from the Eloqua Experience show in San Francisco and it was a great show for ReadyTalk. We showcased our integration into Eloqua that helps marketers streamline their webinar processes and increase conversion rates for their sales team. There was a lot of buzz around our booth and great interest our integration since it solves a large pain point for marketers who run webinars.

The attendance at my session also reinforced our perception that marketers are very interested in solving this pain. While it was the last session of the show, the room was packed and there were a lot of questions during my presentation and also quite a few people who came up to me after the session to ask very detailed questions. I was very impressed with their engagement and knowledge of both Eloqua and the webinar process.

While we did not win a Markie Award in the category of Sales Impact it was an honor to be a finalist and to sit up front during the awards ceremony. Joe Payne, the CEO of Eloqua, hosted the event and is very dynamic and entertaining speaker.

I would like to thank Eloqua for such a great event and I am looking forward to next years already!


Name: Jill Rowley
Time: Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Hi Mike. I'm not sure if you've heard, but your session, Accelerate Pipeline Conversion: Webinar Integration into Eloqua, received really great reviews! I'd love to see you do a blog post on why ReadyTalk moved from Marketo to Eloqua. I know lots of folks who want to hear about your experience. How about a ReadyTalk webinar? :)

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