In the wake of dramatic budget and staffing cuts, B2B marketing and sales teams are under increasing pressure to prove their value. This article will help you sort out which digital marketing channels can help you achieve your awareness, pipeline, and revenue goals and deliver the best ROI.
Heads up! Given B2B sales cycles, the clock is quickly running out for marketers to make an impact on this year’s revenue. Here are 5 winning marketing plays you can run now to achieve your goals and finish the year strong.
Account-based marketing (ABM) helps Marketing & Sales teams focus on best-fit buyers. This article explains how adding intent data helps you increase conversions by optimizing your outreach timing to ideal buyers that are actively in-market.
Martech tools can pile up like old junk in the garage. This article explains why it’s important to periodically evaluate whether your martech stack still fits your marketing strategy—and it details how simplifying their stack from 22 to 7 tools helped Pramata drive better results.
It’s the old story: Sales accuses Marketing of sending them “bad” leads, or not generating enough good ones. Marketing accuses Sales of not following up on leads they’ve generated, or not following up quickly enough. What can bring Marketing and Sales together so they can work more effectively as a revenue generating team? Good data.
Whether you attend virtually or in-person, industry events are an important way to keep up with current trends and best practices and learn about the newest martech & salestech products that can help you be more effective. Here’s what to do before, during, and after an event to make the most of your participation.
Events are typically the biggest marketing program budget line item. With so much at stake, driving ROI is vital. Learn how to create effective pre-event promotions that will drive stronger results from your next webinar, tradeshow or conference.
Every successful basketball team relies on five principal players who are the best in their respective roles, and also have chemistry to seamlessly run plays and execute on a game plan. Similarly, a winning ABM initiative depends upon having these five “key players” each perform their role and interoperate nicely.
Most B2B marketers have heard about the benefits of moving to account-based marketing (ABM). So, with apologies for sounding like a prescription drug ad, you may now be asking yourself, “How do I know if ABM is right for me?” We sat down with DealSignal’s CEO to discuss the top 3 ABM use cases.
You need to sell to real people, not accounts on a list. So to create a successful account-based marketing (ABM) strategy, you first need to determine how many people actually fit your target buyer persona. This article highlights a SaaS company that achieved ABM success, starting by measuring their total audience.
While inbound marketing isn’t going away, Account-Based Marketing (ABM) is gaining popularity because an increasing number of B2B marketers are finding that it works. If you’re trying to make the argument that your team should try an ABM approach, this infographic of ABM stats will help.
Recently, we explained why data is the new oil powering today’s B2B sales and marketing machines. In this post, we’ll discuss why refining that precious resource is so challenging, and why you shouldn’t build your marketing plans and processes around static data.
Today’s revenue teams have access to an exponentially growing landscape of martech and salestech tools. What’s powering all the increasingly complex tech stacks and determining the difference between revenue growth success and failure? Data.