The New ROI?

Eric Miltsch
Ha - love this Ryan. (I've said for a while now that anyone who mentions their "phablet" will get a hearty chuckle - then it showed up on this list) ROI (for involvement) is just so important, I'm honestly shocked it's taken as long as it has for it to catch on. Personally, my own ROI has been beyond incredible from a personal and a professional level. I've connected with the best in the business, learned from them and been involved in some incredible projects between my dealership days and with DrivingSales. Bottom line - get involved. That was also a key motivation behind the creation of the dScore concept - to encourage involvement and activity - the net result is incredible, I can confirm that!
Tami Paulus
Mashable always comes up with the ideas which every business loves to know about. That is why mashable is recommended by most successful business. Mashable not only helped in brand recognition but also increased ROI for many businesses and unexpected results. Their success stories are really mark-able.
Henriette Weber
Hi ! - Actually it hasn't taken so long to catch on - I published my first book in 2009 entitled return on involvement. and I have been working around ROI for ruffly 5 years. The book is only available in danish so far - but there's a ton of info and input around the subject on my site if you're interested:

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