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Ashley poynter | August 19, 2018
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Article | March 2, 2020
The allure of Account Based Marketing (ABM) should be easy for anyone to understand. Conventional marketing techniques often operate based on a take-what-you-can-get approach, where content is created to appeal to a large audience and then dispersed far and wide with the hopes of reaching the most viable buyers possible. While this is an excellent way to increase brand presence and move large quantities of products, it doesn’t offer a great deal of control over who gets exposed to the content that you’ve made. If you’re looking for specificity when it comes to your marketing strategy targets, inbound marketing only has the capacity to work retroactively. It can be easy to drive traffic towards your website and then check whether your most desired client-type is present within that large audience, but this approach offers little indication as to when your most desirable type of client is going to land on one of your pages.
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.
Article | March 5, 2020
Most physician outreach now takes place digitally or indirectly. This shift in engagement has made it crucial for sales and marketing teams in healthcare and life sciences (HLS) to be aligned with a unified strategy. That’s what we discovered at League. Founded in 2014, League is on a mission to consumerize health and benefits for employers. We started using Salesforce and Pardot in 2017. Back then, marketing and sales were disconnected, and this was impacting our overall performance in a negative way. Our solution was to develop our first account-based marketing strategy. We saw that ABM was a huge trend, and we loved the idea of choosing a set of target accounts, creating playbooks, and personalizing marketing campaigns to help drive meetings.
Article | February 21, 2020
Selecting target accounts can be stressful. You worked hard to build trust across your Sales team, and now comes a project that could ruin that hard-won trust if you don’t execute it perfectly. Guess what? It is not (and never will be) perfect. This activity can’t be done in a Marketing silo. Marketing needs Sales, and Sales needs Marketing to accurately select target accounts. And don’t forget about your Customer Success team! So repeat after me: Selecting target accounts is a cross-functional project. Now, I know what you’re thinking “Sounds great, but building the model is hard and everything I read on the internet is just high level. And I need to know how to actually do it!”
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