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Chris Barnett

Chris started out his digital career in 1982 on a Vic-20 where his love for all things computerised flourished. Having studied Computer Studies he found multimedia was his thing, adoring the endless possibilities of combining visuals, animation, video, text and sound. A developer at heart with a love of creative programming and problem solving, creating a solution to a complex problem makes his heart sing. Chris co-founded 1973 Ltd in 2004 along with Dave, naming the company after the year they were both born. 20 years in the industry with a huge passion for it, and still going strong!

Chris loves gaming, motorbikes, acoustic guitar, music, art, running, being the father of 2 little people and cheese!

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Our visit to the Oracle Modern Customer Experience

By on May 18th In In Eloqua, Email marketing, News

April 25 – 27, 2017 | Las Vegas #ModernCX #mme17 Dave Black and I attended the Oracle Modern Customer Experience in Las Vegas this month, held at the magnificent and extraordinarily large Mandalay Bay resort at the south end of the Las Vegas strip. It took us at least 10 minutes to walk from our […]

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The Intricacies of Marketing Automation using Eloqua


In this blog post I’ll go into a bit of detail about how we approach the creation of a webinar event within Eloqua 10 – from the Oracle Marketing Cloud.  It covers the full campaign canvas including how to send information over to Salesforce. Sending a webinar campaign via Eloqua For our webinar we have the following event flow […]

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Creating Emails in Eloqua using the API – Article 1 from a series of 3

By on November 2nd In In Development, Eloqua, Email marketing

Using PHP and the RESTful API to create an email from HTML. This article explains the process of creating an email from scratch.

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Goodbye Adobe Flash, hello HTML5

By on December 23rd In In Development, Technology

Chris delves into a recent Christmas project we worked on and compares building an interactive webpage with today’s technologies to the good old days of Flash!

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