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CabinetM updates Stack Map martech visualization tool, adds ability to export image as PNG file

CabinetM has released a new version of its Stack Map visualization tool that allows martech teams to create a visual of their martech stacks. Updates include the ability to: Isolate products within the martech stack to identify which platforms are dependent on one another. See non-integrated martech solutions alongside integrations — making it easy to …

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How to Leverage Twitter’s Event Calendar to Map Your 2020 Content Strategy

December 3rd, 2019 Marketing Erica Perry Marketers alike recognize that Twitter is a central hub for the latest conversations on breaking trends and news, and as more conversations unfold it can be easy to get distracted in the hustle and lose sight of the core events and dialogues your brands can lead. To help guide …

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Connecting Data to Map your Customers’ Journey

Connecting Data to Map your Customers’ Journey

Every organization wants happy customers! According to Forrester Research1 experience-driven businesses grew revenue 1.4 times faster year-on-year. Happier customers ultimately mean more revenue. We often find companies pay particular attention to individual touchpoints and transactions, and as a result are less informed of their customers’ end-to-end experience. Companies with this siloed vision miss crucial interactions …

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A Couple of Fun and Simple Map Games for Students of All Ages

Ian Fisher is a software engineer at Google. In addition to his work at Google he’s developed a couple of fun map games. The games are How Many European Cities Can You Name? and How Many US Cities Can You Name? Both of the games are played the same way. Simply open the game map …

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Online Map Leads Archaeologist to Maya Discovery

Until recently, archaeology was limited by what a researcher could see while standing on the ground. But light detection and ranging, or lidar, technology has transformed the field, providing a way to scan entire regions for archaeological sites. With an array of airborne lasers, researchers can peer down through dense forest canopies or pick out …

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