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Reporting

Reporting and analytics are vital for marketing success. You have to understand your customers, their motivations and needs, if you want to create marketing campaigns that drive results.

Tapping into your marketing reports and analytics will help you discover what content, campaigns, and tactics are driving customer conversions.

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