Microsoft Dynamics Marketing Professional Community Call: Get Recognized For Your Company’s Success – Top 10 Tips to Writing a Winning Award Entry

The Microsoft Distinction in Marketing awards are always viewed in high regard from our Microsoft Dynamics Partner Community. Lean how you can participate this year by attending this week’s web seminar.

As an organization, it’s not always easy to be recognized for the great work you do, year after year. But there are companies that exceed expectations and deserve acknowledgement for their success—plus awards from a third party can be a great addition to your marketing arsenal in articulating your organization’s strengths. Join a special 90-minute extended Microsoft Marketing Professional Community call on March 17th at 11:00am PT to learn how to use recognition as a marketing asset. And, as a special feature of the call we’ll demonstrate how to apply the techniques for writing winning award entries using the Microsoft Distinction in Marketing awards as a case study example!

We will cover:

  • How to use recognition in your marketing (it’s easier than you think!)
  • Where to find recognition opportunities
  • Common mistakes that could cost you an award
  • Tips to help you give judges what they want
  • Case Study Example: How to write a successful Distinction in Marketing application

Your Presenter: As an award winning marketing professional with Microsoft and Great Plains, Cheryl Strege, now President of The Partner Marketing Group, will offer an unique blend of ideas that will drive awareness of your firm with your targeted prospects. Find out how to use recognition to reach more prospects and increase loyalty in your existing customer base. Cheryl has been a Distinction in Marketing judge since the inception of the program 6 years ago and will share insightful advice on what grabs the attention of the judging panel, in addition to a list of mistakes that can disqualify an application. Join your marketing peers and learn more about leveraging the power of recognition!

Date/Time: Thursday, March 17, 2011 at 11:00 A.M. Pacific

Length: 90 minutes

Click here to register or learn more.


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