The Best Approach for Naming Target Accounts During ABM

| February 7, 2017

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The Best Approach for Naming Target Accounts During ABM The importance of having a strong account-based marketing (ABM) strategy isn’t lost on today’s savvy sales and marketing teams. Human-to-human contact and building relationships with key decision makers has always been critical. What has changed, however, is how and when we start building those relationships.

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GENERATING LEAD THROUGH ACCOUNT BASED MARKETING

Article | February 12, 2020

Account based marketing (ABM) focus on generating high-volume of leads through different lead generation program. In ABM you focus on generating the right leads and then after that reach out to them on deeper and more attractive ways. Here are Account Based marketing best practices to generate more lead and grow your business progressively.

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How to Reach the Right Decision-Makers With Your Account-Based Marketing Strategy

Article | April 10, 2020

As COVID-19 became increasingly widespread in the U.S. last month, Senior Account-Based Marketing Manager Kristin Kolb had to quickly shift her department’s planned Q1 pilot. Originally, it had involved direct mail that the Matillion team was going to send to target audiences in their office. Kolb said they decided on an alternative digital approach, upping the ante with personalization efforts. “You don’t need the latest and greatest technology or idea to create a hypothesis and run a small test to see if it works,” Kolb said. Billtrust’s Director of Revenue Marketing Deirdre Mills also champions personalization. While she believes that ABM is more of an art than a science, she ties relevant prospect information into program data, keeping company initiatives in mind.

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3 Crowd-Pleasing Recipes for Customer Retention with ABM

Article | February 20, 2020

When you give customers a great experience, chances are they’ll keep coming back for more. Today’s top CMOs know customer experience and customer retention are interlinked: they’re crucial ingredients in the recipe for business success. In fact, just a 5% increase in customer retention can increase profits between 25% and 125%. In recent years, account-based marketing (ABM) has emerged as an effective way to engage and retain customers from high-value accounts. A good ABM strategy is like a recipe it requires a set of great ingredients and well-timed actions to really work. That’s why our partners at Terminus whipped up a set of ABM recipes to help you delight your accounts. A number of these recipes call for marketing automation as a key ingredient to manage email campaigns, automate lead follow up, and more.

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Is Revenue Operations the Secret to Account-Based Success Right Now?

Article | March 25, 2020

We’re hearing that a number of companies are shifting investments from cancelled events into account-based efforts. Great news! Of course, we’re biased when it comes to all things account-based here at Engagio, but that’s because we know it works. The challenge now is to get those programs up and running both well and quickly. How can you make that happen and speed time to results? Two words: Revenue Operations. There’s a reason so many people signed up for the recent OpsStars event hosted by LeanData and co-sponsored by Engagio. RevOps is a movement in B2B whose time has definitely come. How do we define RevOps?

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