5 Essential Elements of an Intent Data Strategy

Apurva Pathak | March 14, 2022 | 96 views

Intent Data Strategy
Intent data is a modern sales intelligence tool that helps you capture a prospect’s buying signals. By using an effective intent data strategy, you can be the first to reach out to a prospect and aim for a conversion.

In an interview with Media 7, Gil Allouche, CEO of Metadata.io, talked about the importance of data in converting leads.

“With access to valuable data, marketers are focused on leads that are more likely to become buyers. They can also work on targeting their messaging towards these potential buyers.”

According to SalesIntel, 97% of B2B marketers agree that intent data will give brands a competitive edge.

Intent data collects signals that come from consumption of content like:
  • Blogs and infographics
  • Product comparisons
  • Product reviews
  • Message boards
  • Case studies
  • News

However, it can be challenging to incorporate intent data into marketing and sales initiatives. Regardless of whether you're working with first-party, second-party, or third-party intent data, it can have multiple applications across a range of systems and workflows and may overwhelm your team.

An excellent B2B intent data approach can ease the process and use of intent data. Motivate your team to harness the power of intent data to drive business growth.

5 Essential Elements of an Intent Data Strategy

52% of B2B tech companies implement an intent data strategy in their account-based marketing program. (Source: SalesIntel)

This statistic shows that more and more B2B marketers are seeking the help of intent data to make their account targeting more effective.

Let us look at what essential steps you should take while integrating B2B intent data into your account-based marketing program.

Alignment: Your Intent Data Strategy Should Line up with Your ABM Strategy

To get the results you expect, synchronize it with your ABM marketing strategy. You can use intent data in different ways to optimize your account-based marketing. Here are two of the many ways it can help you with target account prioritization:
  • Bind the intent data to your ICP criteria. Which ones show buyer intent out of the accounts that match your ICP? This information can help your marketing team push these accounts further into the funnel. Your sales reps will have meaningful communication with these target accounts. Overall, the chances of conversion will go up because you know the intent of your ICP-based target accounts.
  • There may be net new accounts showing buyer intent but they fall outside your pre-defined ICP. Segment these accounts and increase your sales pipeline. If your company doesn't have a lot of data, this use case can help you change or define your ICP criteria and help your sales pipeline.

Buy-In: Bring Your Teams Together

For all the teams to come together and work towards the same business goals and objectives, you need to get buy-in from the C-suite of your company. Only your leadership can drive your sales and teams to break silos and work with the mindset of establishing processes and using tactics that can create harmony between them. Ensure that the teams understand what you want to achieve with intent data for ABM. Share it with them and align on a follow-up strategy, metrics, and key accounts. Set up training programs so that your teams understand the newness and precision that intent data will bring to account-based marketing.

Testing: Begin with a Small Pilot

Apply your strategy to a small set of accounts. Involve limited sales team members within your company, probably a team you are closely associated with, to oversee the use of intent data in B2B marketing through your ABM program. This can help you understand where the strategy needs to be tweaked and what approach you need to use while using intent data. Pilot testing is an effective way of streamlining and recording your processes. It can be the foundation for implementing all your intent data initiatives for other sales teams over time. Get everyone on board to analyze the results of your pilot test and then decide on the best way to integrate intent data into your account-based marketing program.

Analysis: Examine the Performance Metrics

To gauge the impact of intent data on your account-based marketing program, you must collect conversion rates before the pilot test. This way, you can compare the before and after rates and examine how intent data helps ABM. Marketing and sales teams can look at what works and eliminate what doesn’t. This learning curve is crucial before you use intent data companywide.

Integration: Collate Your Systems with Intent Data

You can amplify the impact of your data strategy by integrating it with your systems like CRM, marketing automation software, and ABM platform. Through intent-based marketing, you can increase the performance and visibility of your brand throughout the sales funnel. Integration can also spearhead landing deals and expand your account-based strategy across different domains.

Implementing an intent data strategy step-by-step can lead to success and benefit all teams across all departments, increase customer satisfaction, and enable you to scale your business.

Kazoo Saw a 2-3x Increase in Reply Rates after Using Bombora’s Company Surge

Kazoo, an employee experience platform, integrated data from Bombora’s Company Surge buyer intent data tool with its 6sense account engagement platform data. It saw a 2-3x increase in reply rates.

Conclusion

When combined with additional data, B2B intent data can help you develop a scoring model that considers fit and engagement, making it more effective. If you use intent data in B2B marketing correctly, it can be a great way to improve your ABM strategy.

FAQ

How can an intent data strategy enhance ABM?

It can help in ABM marketing by indicating early buyer interest, facilitating content personalization, and helping with creating targeted account lists and lead scoring.

How can sales and marketing teams benefit from intent data?

Sales and marketing teams can use intent data for ABM to create effective go-to-market strategies, accurate target account segmentation, and personalized outreach.

What does intent data do to improve lead scoring?

Intent data provides predictive purchase insights. With the help of this information, you can approach the accounts close to making purchase decisions.

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Apollo.io is partnering with LeadSift to make intent data accessible for all

Apollo.io | September 27, 2022

Apollo.io, the integrated B2B sales intelligence and engagement platform, is partnering with the leading intent data provider, LeadSift (a Foundry company), to integrate its buying intent data into Apollo’s platform. All Apollo plans, including the free plan, will now include intent data with the option to choose among 1,600 intent topics at no additional cost helping sellers convert more in-market buyers. Buying intent data takes the guesswork out of prospecting. Prospects showing buying intent have a higher chance of converting since they have engaged in online activity that correlates to purchasing activity toward certain products and services. With buying intent, sellers can target prospects with precision. They can see who is in the market for a specific product or service, which empowers them to reach out with the right message at the right time. This strategic partnership between Apollo and LeadSift makes intent data accessible to all. Powered by LeadSift’s intent data, Apollo now offers accurate and quality buying intent data across thousands of categories right in its prospecting tools, making it the most seamless experience for sales professionals. Three key differentiators with Buying Intent from Apollo powered by LeadSift are: Multi-source intent with accuracy guaranteed. LeadSift (a Foundry company) merges signals from the public web, social networks, events, job postings, technology installs, and more. Each signal is crawled from public data with no guesswork involved. Easily filter by Buying Intent when prospecting. Buying Intent is seamlessly built into Apollo Search and Chrome Extension so sales professionals can save time and prospect faster. Comprehensive buyer intelligence and effective engagement, all-in-one. Beyond intent data, sales professionals can easily access comprehensive lead intelligence and effectively engage interested buyers all in one platform. "Our mission is to make world-class go-to-market solutions simple and accessible for all. Being the first data provider to offer a fully free version of an intent data solution brings us one step closer to our mission," says Apollo.io VP of Product, Krishan Patel. "After evaluating multiple intent data providers, we partnered with LeadSift (a Foundry company) for their accurate and quality intent data.” “The buyer's journey is complex and never happens in one place. For sales outreach to make an impact, reaching the right buyer, with the right message, at the right time is essential."- Tukan Das, Co-Founder of LeadSift. “The buyer's journey is complex and never happens in one place. For sales outreach to make an impact, reaching the right buyer, with the right message, at the right time is essential. This is where intent data can help create efficiency in sales and prospecting. We are excited to partner with Apollo.io, allowing more sales professionals to find and engage the most relevant accounts that are actively in-market.” - Tukan Das, Co-Founder of LeadSift. Apollo.io helps over one million professionals across 160,000 companies automate their sales processes and grow revenue. Apollo has consistently been ranked on G2 as the leading sales intelligence and sales engagement platform, beating over 200 companies across the reviewer's website. Learn more about Apollo’s Buying Intent feature at apollo.io/product/buying-intent About Apollo.io Apollo.io is the leading B2B sales intelligence and engagement platform, trusted by over 160,000 companies and more than one million users globally, from rapidly growing startups to some of the world's largest enterprises. Apollo.io provides sales teams with easy access to contact data for over 250 million contacts, along with tools to engage with these contacts in one single platform. By helping sales professionals find the most accurate contact information and automating the outreach process, Apollo.io turns prospects into customers. About LeadSift (a Foundry company) : Founded in 2012, LeadSift enables B2B tech companies to scale revenue by reaching decision makers in buying mode. By layering intent signals mined from the public web, with research-based intent and proprietary tech, they deliver actionable and relevant leads. LeadSift was acquired by IDG in December 2021. Moving beyond targeting by static profile elements like title or company size, LeadSift shows you who is engaging with competitors, custom keywords, events, technographics and topics that are relevant to your company from the broadest intent data sources on the market. Leads are then scored based on trends so you are always reaching the warmest accounts first.

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Sisense Inc. Recognized as One to Watch in Snowflake’s Modern Marketing Data Stack Report

Sisense | September 29, 2022

Sisense Inc. today announced that it has been recognized as a One to Watch in the inaugural Modern Marketing Data Stack Report: Your Technology Guide to Unifying, Analyzing, and Activating the Data that Powers Amazing Customer Experiences executed and launched by Snowflake, the Data Cloud company. Snowflake’s agnostic, data-backed report identifies the best of breed solutions used by Snowflake customers to show how marketers can leverage the Snowflake Data Cloud with accompanying partner solutions to best identify, serve, and convert valuable prospects into loyal customers. By analyzing usage patterns from a pool of nearly 6,000 customers, Snowflake identified six technology categories that organizations consider when building their marketing data stacks. These categories include: Analytics Integration & Modeling Identity & Enrichment Activation & Measurement Business Intelligence Data Science & Machine Learning The report explores each of these categories that comprise the Modern Marketing Data Stack, highlighting technology partners and their solutions as “leaders” or “ones to watch” within each category. The report also details how current Snowflake customers leverage a number of these partner technologies to enable data-driven marketing strategies and informed business decisions. Snowflake’s report provides a concrete overview of the partner solution providers and data providers marketers choose to create their data stacks. “Marketing professionals continue to expand their investment in analytics to improve their organization’s digital marketing activities. Snowflake’s goal is to empower them in their journey to data-driven marketing,” said Denise Persson, Chief Marketing Officer at Snowflake. “Marketing professionals continue to expand their investment in analytics to improve their organization’s digital marketing activities. Snowflake’s goal is to empower them in their journey to data-driven marketing,” said Denise Persson, Chief Marketing Officer at Snowflake. “Sisense’s strong performance and innovative approach within Snowflake qualified them as one to watch in the BI and Analytics categories due to their demonstrated customer success. We look forward to observing their continued momentum in empowering our joint customers.” Sisense Inc. was identified in Snowflake’s report as a ‘one to watch’ in Analytics and Business Intelligence “Being recognized as a company to watch in Snowflake’s inaugural Modern Marketing Data Stack report is a testament to the dedication Sisense demonstrates for our joint customers,” Scott Castle, Sisense Chief Strategy Officer said. “We look forward to continuing to partner with Snowflake to create innovative approaches that empower our customers to adopt a best-of-breed marketing data stack to advance their business and serve their customers.” The smallest insights can drive large-scale business decisions. Sisense’s goal is to empower business leaders with a simple, streamlined process of getting the answers they need to get business done. Sisense believes that in order to make better-informed business decisions, we need to remove the barriers between questions and answers where end users work. Because once there is a clear path to clear answers, business leaders can better understand their world and gain the necessary knowledge to take action in it. Through the deep integration of Sisense’s analytical engine and live data models with the elasticity and power of Snowflake, Sisense Fusion delivers insights embedded into products, business workflows and productivity tools knowledge workers use every day. We are not delivering solutions for BI, we are helping people find answers. By streamlining the process of accessing insights, business leaders can gain the necessary knowledge to take critical action in a matter of minutes. This is how business decisions get made–confidently. Click here to read The Modern Marketing Data Stack: Your Technology Guide to Unifying, Analyzing, and Activating the Data that Powers Amazing Customer Experiences. About Sisense Sisense goes beyond traditional business intelligence by providing organizations with the ability to infuse analytics everywhere, embedded in both customer and employee applications and workflows. Sisense customers are breaking through the barriers of analytics adoption by going beyond the dashboard with Sisense Fusion – the highly customizable, AI-driven analytics cloud platform, that infuses intelligence at the right place and the right time, every time. More than 2,000 global companies rely on Sisense to innovate, disrupt markets and drive meaningful change in the world. Ranked as the No. 1 Business Intelligence company in terms of customer success, Sisense has also been named one of the Forbes’ Cloud 100, The World’s Best Cloud Companies, six years in a row. Visit us at www.sisense.com and connect with us on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook.

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