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xiQ - AI for Account Intelligence

| February 5, 2020

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xiQ is an AI-based, B2B Sales and Marketing Platform. Sellers that win deals have their finger on the PULSE of their accounts 24/7. xiQ is your one stop for all your account intelligence.

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We are a team of consultants who see marketing programs, campaigns and projects through from conception and planning to execution and deployment. We focus on initiatives such as demand generation, lead nurturing, customer retention and engaging prospects, with strong emphasis on metrics and ROI.

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How to Approach Demand Gen in Challenging Times

Article | March 22, 2020

The US business climate is being shaken by events at home and abroad, and (as I write this) no-one knows with certainty on top of the risk and strain caused by a global pandemic whether an economic downturn is imminent, or how severe it might be, and for how long. Most B2B marketers we talk to are continuing to plan, develop and execute campaigns and other initatives, for the time being at least. Even then, we’re having many conversations on how clients should approach demand generation strategy in the coming weeks.

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3 inspirational ideas for ABM direct mail

Article | April 3, 2020

I’m not here to extol the benefits of direct mail. That’s trodden ground. No, I’m on a bigger mission: to prevent B2B marketers from being ignored. And today I’m focusing on direct mail because it’s a particularly expensive place to be ignored. Luckily, a separate trend is changing the way marketers think about direct mail. The recent popularity of account-based marketing (ABM) principles has cleared a path for more creative direct mail. How? Targeting a smaller, more tailored audience means that marketers can focus more energy on delivering an amazing experience versus a narrow focus on economy and scale. But what constitutes a great customer experience when it comes to direct mail?

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Aligning Account-Based Marketing and Account-Based Selling for a Better Customer Experience

Article | March 27, 2020

In today’s world of rapid-fire product release where – it’s been said – if your product is good someone will copy it, what sets one company apart from the next when everything else is equal? When product and price are virtually the same, how do you differentiate your product from the next company’s? The answer is simple and yet sometimes so elusive: customer experience. So, how can marketers and salespeople work together to improve the customer experience? Implementing account-based marketing (ABM), and tightly aligning marketing and sales, is the number one value marketers can bring to the customer experience today. ABM is the strategy of defining the target list of accounts that you want to approach, and creating the channels, messaging and content to communicate with them in a way that feels personalized. Rather than marketing and sales speaking to a persona, you go deeper and speak at the brand level and the individual level. According to a Forrester study on the state of ABM, “When it comes to business value, 37 percent of those responding say they can demonstrate tighter coordination between marketing and sales.”

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How to Use LinkedIn Targeting for ABM Programs

Article | March 5, 2020

Though the term was officially coined in 2004, “In its purest form, account-based marketing has been around forever,” says Matt Heinz, attributing the heightened interest in ABM to advances in tools and technology that make it easier to execute. Backing the assertion that ABM is now easier for B2B companies to execute, an ITSMA survey showed that 84% of businesses using ABM said the strategy offered a higher ROI than other marketing campaigns. In another study from SiriusDecisions, 92% of B2B marketers said ABM was extremely important to their overall marketing efforts. Clearly, ABM is here to stay.

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