Article | March 24, 2020
The viral outbreak of COVID-19 has caught most companies off guard and is not likely to let up any time soon. With global recommendations to self-isolate and avoid social gatherings, businesses all over the world begin to modify business protocols.
This article will talk about how you can keep your account-based marketing running during a pandemic. You’ll get all the information you need to make an educated decision on how to lead your sales and marketing teams.
This article will also highlight some modifiable tactics that can be used to help keep your ABM program running if employees have been forced to work from home, and so have your prospects in your target accounts.
Article | March 12, 2020
Did your organization recently take the ABM readiness test and discovered that it is an excellent match for Account-based marketing (ABM)? In spite of all the impressive evidence, are you still on the fence about it? Is your organization uncertain about the effectiveness of ABM? All these questions and doubts are valid concerns. There’s no denying the fact that account-based marketing can open the floodgates to sustainable revenue when done correctly. ABM initiatives exceed other marketing investments, according to 87% of ABM marketers. But being plagued by uncertainty about the resources it will take, how much ROI it will generate and what kind of problems it can solve can act as a hurdle.
Article | April 15, 2021
Intent data is an essential piece of the account-based marketing puzzle. It’s the type of data that can give B2B companies a competitive edge as they look to identify engaged, active prospects at prioritized accounts that show a clear pattern of interest in a product, service, or solution. As importantly, intent data can pinpoint signals in a buyer’s journey that lets you know what their next step might be, helping you target them with personalized, contextual messaging.
There are a couple of flavors of intent data, but in this case, third-party intent data is the focus.
Third-party intent data originates from external sources and may include many potential online interactions that have occurred away from your website and your company’s interactions. Website visits at competitor sites, webinar attendance, downloads, product reviews, social media interactions, and online subscriptions to publications in your industry or sector are fair game for third-party intent data insights. Like an intricate spider web woven from numerous data points, third-party intent data offers a view of online behavior for potential prospects as they traverse their buying journey.
Article | May 14, 2021
Account-based marketing, also known as ABM, is an effective yet efficient way to seek out high-value leads and close sales. A B2B marketer can align his sales and marketing strategies to break into the industry. However, there’s one thing that needs all the attention from the marketing team- the content.
The B2B marketers from around the world are shuffling their budgets to focus more on account-based marketing. As of now, 28% of the budgets were allocated to support account-based marketing.
When considering ABM, marketers often jump to the execution part instead of planning, identifying, and targeting the target accounts. Therefore, they fail to understand the critical needs of the clientele. The whole process of connecting with the customers with their accounts goes into vain.