CORE ABM

Leveraging Insights to Power Account-Based Marketing

June 27, 2022

Power Account-Based Marketing
Effective account-based marketing (ABM) requires ample, timely and accurate account and contact insights. The insights that matter for ABM can be classified by data type and level of granularity. Choosing the right types of insight depends on the organization’s ABM approach.

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Cydcor

Cydcor is a leading provider of professional outsourced sales and marketing services to Fortune 500 and emerging market clients. Cydcor’s expertise is in the acquisition and retention of customers through an effective combination of approaches including working with a network of independent sales companies, made up of motivated and hardworking sales teams as well as telesales and online methods. Who are Cydcor's clients? Cydcor's top-tier clients represent some of the world’s most recognized brands, covering many different industries, including: telecommunications, cable, internet, energy, office supplies and more.

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As ABM adoption spreads, marketers find new value in data-driven insights

whitePaper | October 31, 2022

Conceived in the early 2000s as a way to bring marketing and sales organizations together around a teambased approach to nurturing their most important accounts, ABM is now used by 70% of marketers, up from just 15% a year ago, according to HubSpot. Technology marketers have taken a particular interest in ABM, given the complex factors that influence IT purchases. Foundry’s second global survey of 500 B2B technology marketers found that satisfaction with ABM continues to be high, particularly at the largest companies. While most organizations are still early in their adoption journey, the results to date indicate that ABM is on track to not only become a mainstream marketing discipline but even displace more traditional methods.

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Why Account Insights are the Missing Link in ABM Success

whitePaper | January 27, 2022

ABM focuses on targeting the right accounts at the right time and treating your prospect as a market of one. But an often-overlooked component within targeting campaigns is understanding the customer — generating insights into account activities are the missing link. The challenge lies in figuring out which points of information are most relevant to your prospect and crafting a plan to fully leverage them to drive engagement. Enterprise buyers are increasingly protective of their time, while a potential vendor that still expects the luxury of a lengthy introduction and a recounting of what challenges stand in the way of the organization’s progress is unlikely to move the relationship forward.

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State of the Buyer Report: Future of Work Edition

whitePaper | August 16, 2022

Our “State of the Buyer Report: Future of Work Edition” illustrates how marketers can leverage data to develop a better ABM strategy that prioritizes the right accounts and engages them with personalized messaging and content. It examines five topic areas impacting purchase decisions surrounding today’s hybrid workforce—cloud infrastructure, hybrid work, enterprise networking, artificial intelligence (AI), and cybersecurity—, and provides actionable takeaways for marketers to reach the buying centers that are researching and actively engaging with relevant content and advertising.

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5 Ways First-Party Intent Data Can Power ABM Success

whitePaper | August 5, 2021

Most B2B marketers’ arsenals rely on third-party intent data, but the growing privacy restrictions affecting third-party cookies are forcing marketers to rethink the use of these popular tracking tools. Savvy marketers are recognizing the untapped potential of first-party intent data as a replacement for traditional tracking methods. First-party intent data is unique because it’s proprietary to the organization that harvests it from its prospects. This in-house data collection technique enables companies to have total control over the data and target specific accounts with tailored messaging. Coupled with the new privacy restrictions web browsers are implementing, it seems like a no-brainer for companies to increase reliance on - or get started with - this data set.

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How Marketing Operations Can Make the Most of a Multi-Channel MarTech Stack

whitePaper | September 27, 2022

Marketing Operation Professionals (MOps) are often the unsung hero overseeing the function of your MarTech stack ( marketing technology). Chances are, you already have invested in the tools necessary to ABMify it. But the real challenge is how your MarTech stack comes together to create one killer marketing operations strategy. In this guide we'll show you: Real customer examples and insights into how others approach MarTech in a way that works for them Examples of plays you can orchestrate when your multi-channel ABM stack is at its best Frameworks to design a stack that stacks up and simplifies Marketing Operations Why you need a way to integrate it all (and how to do it quickly)

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2022 State of Sales Technology

whitePaper | October 16, 2022

While sales technology has been an essential component of the modern sales team for decades, the past two years have seen a notable evolution in the role of technology in the selling process. According to data from Demand Gen Report, just over half (51%) of companies implemented new sales technologies to keep up with buyer demands. The rising dependence on sales technology became particularly evident as sales teams transitioned from in-person sales to completely remote to hybrid work over the course of the pandemic. Sales leaders had to equip their staff with tools that could perform in any environment, with all the functionality and security they would get working from the office.

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Spotlight

Cydcor

Cydcor is a leading provider of professional outsourced sales and marketing services to Fortune 500 and emerging market clients. Cydcor’s expertise is in the acquisition and retention of customers through an effective combination of approaches including working with a network of independent sales companies, made up of motivated and hardworking sales teams as well as telesales and online methods. Who are Cydcor's clients? Cydcor's top-tier clients represent some of the world’s most recognized brands, covering many different industries, including: telecommunications, cable, internet, energy, office supplies and more.

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