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Posted by Leigh.Burke-Oracle Oct 15, 2013

Looking for another way to earn a Topliners badge and more points??

Go to and provide a review of Eloqua and you can earn the following G2Crowd Topliners badge.




The badge is worth 175 points, but if you provide a review between now & October 20, 2013 you'll get bonus points for a total of 400 points!!  What are you waiting for, go provide a review today.


Note: the badges are manually assigned, once we receive notification from G2Crowd that a review has been posted and we are able to match the G2Crowd user with their Topliners profile.  If you  have any questions, please let me know.


Points Leaders

Posted by Leigh.Burke-Oracle Feb 28, 2013

Thanks to the awesome Topliners Guru's we now have our Overall Rankings Leader board on the Home page, but also we now have leader boards under Do It & Imagine It.  Without looking how many people do you think made it on both the Do It & Imagine It leader board?  All 10, a handful or none, well the surprising fact is 3!


So the next question I asked myself was are the number 1's on both boards the same person?  YES - congrats to apandya - you're rockin' the posts everywhere!


Also congrats to Allan King for coming in 4th on Do It & 9th on Imagine It!

And not to be outdone, congrats to mhalliday for ranking 2nd in Imagine It & 5th in Do It!


What ideas are you going to blog about today - Technical Do It's?  Inspiring Imagine It's? or do you want to be like Amit, Allan & Mark and spread the Topliners Love across the Community?


So here's a challenge for the last day of February as we look towards March - who will be the next person to get on the Do It and Imagine It leader boards & who's ready to be the 4th person on both boards??

Did you set up a gorgeous looking table in an email in Eloqua only to have it disappear in Outlook 2007 or Outlook 2010?  If so, check out this link - it shows you all of the coding that Outlook 2007-2010 strips out of emails.  Amazing the difference when compared to Outlook 2003!

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