WELCOME TO The ABM REPORT
BACK TO BASICS FOR B2B LEAD GENERATION
| November 2, 2016
Mekanism is an award-winning full service creative agency with offices in San Francisco, New York, Chicago, and Seattle. We work closely with the world’s best brands to create shareable and provocative campaigns that engage audiences.
Article | February 11, 2020
The first step in any account based go-to-market program is to create a target account list. Whether based on a formal Ideal Customer Profile (ICP) or not, the target account list represents an organization’s definition of the best accounts and those most likely to become customers. But in reality, marketers really only communicate with a subset of the account list at any one time, and even struggle to cover the full list over the course of a year.
Article | March 9, 2020
If your marketing team is still engaged in spray and pray marketing, consider these remarks from Sarah Mayer, Senior Marketing Ops Manger at MarcomCentral. What’s did Sarah Meyer and her team do differently? They started running intent driven marketing campaigns. Intent data points directly at what consumers want. It is behavior data that gives out signals on where prospective customers are in their buying journey. Harnessing intent data allows marketers to personalize their selling approach and messaging. In addition, intent data ensures ad spending is directed at targets with the highest likelihood of making a purchase. Without intent data, b2b marketing is all about guessing, and blindly targeting anyone who makes any sort of interaction with your brand, with generic marketing campaigns and ads that are likely to be ignored.
Article | March 4, 2020
Account-Based Marketing has been at the top of the hype scale in marketing departments for a number of years now. At this point, most organizations have tested or adopted ABM at some level. Still, now marketing and product leaders are starting to see how ABM can improve revenue growth across the entire marketing cycle or product life cycle, not just at the top of the funnel where it’s most apparent.
Followers of the SBI blog know that we’ve discussed the benefits and pitfalls of ABM for the last few years and that we believe it can drive tremendous results for revenue growth when planned, resourced, and executed correctly. For those unfamiliar with ABM, this short podcast with industry expert Sangram Vajre, “How to Implement and Utilize an ABM Program to Maximize Potential,” will provide an excellent background. And if you’re just getting started or want some structure on how you can go farther, we’ve developed this “ABM Approach Tool” to help you.
Article | February 10, 2020
Account-Based Marketing has been one of the most preferred B2B strategies for marketers. More than 90% of marketers believe that ABM is essential for the alignment of sales and marketing teams. ABM is all about fostering a better relationship with your target accounts. And especially in this digital transformation era, it’s evident that people aren’t buying products but experiences.
As per a recent PwC survey, “73% of consumers cite customer experience as an important factor in their purchasing decisions”. This shift in consumer behavior is what B2B companies/marketers should take note of. Also, ITSMA reports that of the companies that adopted ABM in the past two years, 55% are seeing a significantly higher ROI than with traditional marketing.
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