End-of-Year Content: Looking Back and Eyeing the Future

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The end of the year is upon us, and we’ve spent a good part of the past month both reviewing our most popular content from the past year and looking ahead to 2012.

In case you missed it, here is a quick collection of end-of-year content from the OpenView team. Browse the links below, and we’ll see you next year!

Top Posts from 2011

Sales Management – A collection of our most popular tips for sales managers and teams

Marketing – 10 of our top marketing articles from the past year

Recruiting – A breakdown of our hiring and recruiting posts that had the most impact in 2011

More popular posts this year from the OpenView team:

2011 in Review

3 Biggest PR Blunders of 2011 – Er-Si An highlights some of the things that went wrong in 2011

Highlights for B2B Marketing – Amanda Maksymiw looks at the year that was in the online marketing world

OpenView Labs Sales Initiatives – Devon McDonald takes a trip down memory lane to rehash how OpenView collaborated with its portfolio in 2011

Top Posts from Brandon Hickie – Our resident research associate shares 10 of his favorite blog articles, covering everything from corporate strategy and marketing techniques to customer service and market research

Predictions for 2012

Technology – Tien Anh Nguyen forecasts the tech revolution for the coming year

Recruiting and HR Trends – We ask our panel for their top predictions for hiring and recruiting in 2012

Agile – Experts discuss what the New Year holds for agile development

Inside Sales – Experts opine on what the world of inside and B2B sales will look like in 2012

Salespeople – Dave Kahle looks at what sales teams should be prepared for next year

For more of the latest great content from the OpenView team, visit the OpenView Blog!

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