Why did mammals survive and dinosaurs did not?
Is that a Sauroposeidon or a Pterodactylus?

Why Did Mammals Survive and Dinosaurs Didn’t?

Before we get into that, let’s first talk about how Netflix became the hot girl in the room while Blockbuster got pushed to the nosebleed section. Or how Facebook excitedly jumped on the social bandwagon and took off with flying colors, buggy whip in hand…as Friendster quickly became an artifact on the web? Or how the Blackberry is a sad shadow of its former self, yet Lego was able to come back as a stronger brand after going through several close-calls (David Robertson even wrote a book after them: Brick by Brick: How LEGO Rewrote the Rules of Innovation and Conquered the Global Toy Industry.)

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So to answer the big question: Why did mammals survive and dinosaurs didn’t? Is it because mammals are smaller in size? They’re able to generalize more (like the surviving companies, learning to be good with many things, instead of just a few)? But what if they were just plain….lucky?

Okay. So we may not know the answers to why T-Rexes aren’t our next door neighbors. But hey give us a break, the questions still have even scientists scratching their heads. What we do know a lot about, is how our AI tool can really help you stretch your sales and marketing dollars. Conversica’s AI-powered sales assistant automatically engages, qualifies, and follows up with with leads in a human-like two-way conversation. You never have to worry about this sales assistant abandoning a lead. Join us at Booth 310 at the 2016 MarketingProfs’ B2B Marketing Forum in Boston on Oct 18-21st!  You can pre-book for a demo with us here— http://mpb2b.marketingprofs.com/meet-with-a-vendor.

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