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Leave Your Parachute at Home: 7 Tips for Real-World Businesses in Second Life

Published By: Elastic Collision     Published Date: Feb 14, 2008
Media coverage of Second Life typically favors the opinions of industry analysts and naysayers. All too often, the concerns of regular users are overlooked. In October 2007, as part of a larger survey, we asked more than 800 Second Life residents what advice they would give to real-world organizations establishing a presence in Second Life.
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elastic collision, virtual, virtual world, virtual reality, sims, avatar, avatars, social networking, best practices, customer satisfaction, ebusiness, collaboration
    
Elastic Collision

Mornay Services Adds Personalized Avatars to its Cross-Channel Marketing Strategy

Published By: Neolane, Inc.     Published Date: Jul 13, 2010
Mornay Services, a subsidiary of the Groupe Mornay retirement fund, offers individual accident and health insurance as well as savings and credit products. Operating a direct sales model, Mornay Services boasts a portfolio of 200,000 repeat customers and a database of one million potential customers.
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neolane, mornay, avatars, cross channel, marketing, groupe mornay, credit, savings, strategy
    
Neolane, Inc.

Can Speaking Avatars Help Your Website?

Published By: SitePal     Published Date: Jul 02, 2007
Discover the benefits and potential pitfalls of using speaking avatars (virtual animated characters) for your small business websites. Learn the best practices to use to increase conversions with a talking character!
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conversion analysis, landing page, landing pages, content personalization, ecommerce, e-commerce, e-business, live support, help desk, online assistance, avatar, online help, web site, sitepal
    
SitePal

Retaining Share in Ambiguous Market Conditions: A Playbook for Building Products Distributors

Published By: Zilliant     Published Date: Oct 11, 2019
The building products / construction industry is more visibly representative of the health of the economy than any other. The avatar of the Great Recession may well be images of doomed projects on abandoned construction sites. As such, itís unavoidable for leaders of building products distributors to experience market-induced anxiety as a matter of course. 2020 looms as the start of a new decade but many analysts fear it will also mark the end of the building boom. Recent indicators point to a slowdown at least. The existential question: what areas of building products distribution are ripe for reimagination, safeguarding against ambiguous market conditions now and in the future? This whitepaper provides the answers with a playbook that reveals where margins and revenue leak in most B2B distribution companies and provides reimagined strategies for retaining and growing share through price optimization, deal management and costing guidance.
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