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KELSEY JONES | September 13, 2018
Ayzenberg is a full-service advertising agency with a distinctly social and agile approach. We’re all about creating and sharing brand stories–in a real-time, always-on, multi-screen way.
Article | March 11, 2020
One of the most significant shifts in demand generation is the move towards account-based marketing. Traditional marketers utilized a ‘one-to-many’ approach where tracts of messages were blasted to an extensive database. The age of personalization has now dawned on-demand generation. Marketers need to tailor their messages to suit personas and targeted accounts better. This form of marketing abandons the idea of fishing with a wide net. It instead promotes hunting for your biggest fish with spears. Marketers need automation tools to enhance their account-based marketing operations. Data shows demand generation automation can increase customer engagement by 68%. It will also strengthen timely communications and increase demand gen opportunities by 58%.
Article | March 25, 2020
Account-based marketing (ABM) is a popular and effective approach to B2B sales, marketing and lead generation. Businesses identify a number of key accounts they want to work with, and reach out to them as markets-of-one. This gives marketers and sales teams the chance to work towards common goals, execute a highly-personalized approach, and reach out to dream prospects and ideal clients. According to ITSMA, 85% of marketers said ABM outperformed other marketing investments. And, Sirius Decisions discovered that as many as 91% of those with an ABM program in place said they were either ‘tightly’ or ‘moderately’ aligned with sales. So, how can powerful B2B technology help support your ABM strategy?
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 | February 28, 2020
Marketers who practice ABM are seeing impressive results. A recent report from ITSMA and the ABM Leadership Alliance found that 73% of marketers plan to increase ABM budgets in the coming year, and 71% saw greater ROI compared to traditional marketing. Yet as much success as marketers are seeing with ABM, most are missing a crucial part of the strategy: Building trust through external influence. In his B2BMX presentation, Lee Odden observed that ABM marketers tend to focus on internal influence which members of the buying committee have a say in the purchase decision.
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