Developing great advocates and references
Sign up to our Knowledge Bank for free resources and insights to help with your analyst assessments.At their 2015 annual forum Gartner shared their view that “building an effective customer reference cultivation program” is vital for analyst engagement success. Analysts are looking for structured survey feedback and interviews with a select group of references accounts that you identify. At the same time they are looking to see what people are saying about you on crowd-sourced rating sites such as the Gartner Peer Insights, G2Crowd, IT Central Station as well as feedback posted to professional social media sites such as LinkedIn or Spiceworks.
A strong references and advocates program is the single most effective campaign you can have to create confidence in your company, products and services. In our Knowledge Bank you will find a series of FREE insight videos, webinars and articles that can help you build an effective program. Below are a few examples of what is on offer.
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When you need to find references for your analyst assessment, where do you start?
Peer Insights – Existential Threat or Great Opportunity? What Are The Proven Best Practices For Handling?
In this webinar we look at the influence IT solution peer review portals like Gartner Peer Insights, G2 Crowd and IT Central Station have on your business and how to have an effective plan in place to maximise opportunities and manage risk.
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In this webinar we look at the year-round issues associated with advocates and references for analyst engagement and set out the essence of the plan every technology company needs.