7 Quick Tips for Marketing Dynamics 365

Marketing Dynamics 365

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The race is on! Dynamics 365 has a lot of Microsoft Dynamics partners around the world both excited and overwhelmed right about now. You’ve got to figure out not just how to market it, but how to explain it. We’re already helping partners educate their customers and prospects about Dynamics 365 and know some of you are struggling with the best way to go about it. Don’t worry, we’re here for you.

If you need some guidance—like yesterday!—read our new article just published in The Partner Channel magazine:

7 Quick Tips to Start Marketing Dynamics 365 Right Now

What should your Dynamics 365 marketing checklist include?

  • Stay focused
  • Segment your lists
  • Update your collateral
  • Educate your customers
  • Be honest
  • Get creative
  • Have a plan
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Read the full article for more details on these 7 important tasks and reach out if you need help you going to market with Dynamics 365 and generating new opportunities for your business.

Written by: Michelle Etherton, The Partner Marketing Group

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