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    Saying farewell to David Bradshaw

    Saying farewell to David Bradshaw

    A funeral and celebration for David Bradshaw (shown left in this 2000 Ovum awayday photo, arm raised, with me and other colleagues) is to take place at West Norwood Crematorium, London SE27 at 2.45pm on Tuesday 23rd August and after at the Amba Hotel above London’s Charing Cross Station, on the Strand. David considered that that Ovum in that incarnation was […]

    David Bradshaw 1953-2016

    David Bradshaw 1953-2016

    David Bradshaw, one of the colleagues I worked with during my time as an analyst at Ovum, died on August 11. He led Cloud research in Europe for IDC, whose statement is below. David played a unique role at Ovum, bridging its telecoms and IT groups in the late 1990s by looking at computer-telecoms integration areas like CRM, which I […]

    AR managers are failing with consulting firms

    AR managers are failing with consulting firms

    Reflecting the paradoxical position of many clients, Kea’s Analyst Attitude Survey also goes to a wide range of consultants who play similar roles to analysts and are often employed by analyst firms. The responses to the current survey show that consultants are generally much less happy with their relationships with AR teams than analysts are. The paradox is that as […]

    Fersht: some IIAR award-winners “just tick the boxes”

    Fersht: some IIAR award-winners “just tick the boxes”

    Some of the firms mentioned by the IIAR’s analyst team awards fall short of excellence. That’s the verdict of several hundred analysts who took our Analyst Attitude Survey, and of the CEO of one of the top analyst firms. Phil Fersht left the comment below on our criticism of the IIAR awards. We thought we’d reprint it together with the […]

    Do the IIAR awards simply reward large firms?

    Do the IIAR awards simply reward large firms?

    The 2016 Institute for Industry Analyst Relations’ awards seem to be rewarding firms for the scale of their analyst relations, rather than their quality. In a blog post on July 6th, the IIAR awarded IBM the status of best analyst relations teams, with Cisco, Dell and HP as runners-up. Together with Microsoft, which outsources much of its analyst relations to […]

SageCircle’s “Introduction to Twitter for AR” webinar

logo-twitter.pngIn the last year, the Analyst Twitter Directory has grown from 58 entries to more than 610 analysts.There has been similar growth in the AR Twitter Directory with over 370 entries. Both directories are being updated weekly with new names. So if some of your top analysts and your peers are on Twitter, shouldn’t you be on Twitter as well?  

icon-phone-headset.jpgIn this SageCircle AR Webinar, we will provide you with succinct and actionable information that will help you get up-to-speed on Twitter as a user, and help you understand the implications for AR. The agenda for the 90-minute session includes:

  1. What is micro-blogging and Twitter
  2. How are analysts and AR professionals using Twitter
  3. Getting started on Twitter
  4. Tips on being an efficient Twitter user
  5. Setting up an RSS reader to track analysts’ Twitter streams and blogs
  6. How to find analysts to follow
  7. What to tweet about (i.e., topics you might use)
  8. Interesting add-on tools to Twitter
  9. How Twitter can fit into your analyst communications toolbox
  10. Monitoring and measurement
  11. The ROI of Twittering

 There will be plenty of time for your questions.

 The cost of this information-packed session is only $95. You can register by clicking here or visiting http://www.sagecircle.com/.  BTW, the cost is per login not per person. Feel free to schedule a meeting with your colleagues in a conference room and all of you participate via a single ticket. Then afterwards you can discuss how to apply what you learned during the webinar.

 The next session will be held at:

            Friday, May 20, 2009 at 11 am US Pacific Time

Another option is to schedule a SageCircle “AR Briefing” on Twitter for just you and your colleagues. AR Briefings have the advantage of being scheduled based on your calendar and providing a platform for much more frank discussion about how Twitter can fit into your AR strategy. They are also very cost effective at only $495. Click here for a brochure or contact us at 503-636-1500 for more information.

If you have any questions, please give SageCircle a call 503-636-1500 or send an email to info [at] sagecircle dot com. 

Looking forward to your participation in the webinar and following you on Twitter. BTW, you can follow us at www.twitter.com/carterlusher and www.twitter.com/daveeckert.

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