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July 30, 2009

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Judy Wolf, Marketing Director, IntraLinks

Thanks David for your encouraging words. We knew we had great data here for a long time, and that it would be of value to our clients and prospects. It was a real challenge to figure out how to best gather and present the data in a format that would be most meaningful, useful, and insightful. In the end, persistence and better internal reporting tools finally made the new tool possible.

It’s great to finally be able to provide our sales team with the answer to the question they are most often asked: “What does IntraLinks see happening in the market?” Our unique perspective and 10 years of experience with key firms in the M&A market creates a cohesive story to tell.

David Meerman Scott

Well done Judy. Thanks for jumping in with a little more information. Good luck with it. David

Omar Halabieh

Thanks for sharing David. I particularly enjoyed reading the report from Mailer Mailer. Some of the metrics they have, such as frequency of checking email, best days to send marketing emails etc. offer some very good insight into email marketing/consumer behavior.

Regards,
Omar

Alana Baker

Definitely a good read David. The section on "IntraLinks Deal Flow Indicator" was specifically insightful.

Best,
Alana Baker
http://www.onlydownloads.net/

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