Posts tagged "Lead Generation"
Find out how survey respondents to MarketingSherpa's Lead Generation Benchmark Report responded to the question: What best describes the process your organization uses to plan, execute, and measure the performance of lead generation programs? Read more.
Imagine an ice cream parlor that offered a ‘hot fudge sundae,' but the ice cream they served wasn’t smothered in rich dark chocolate. It doesn’t matter how beautifully displayed the dessert is – the bowl gets pushed to the side because it’s less than what had been anticipated. Leads in a nurture program react exactly this way to emails that promise value and don’t deliver on it. Read more.
Last week, Twitter announced that it is opening up to third-party data, which will allow advertisers to better target users based on online actions, as well as personal information like email addresses. This is great news for marketers! Read more.
Discovery is a vital component to generating visibility for your organization’s messages. Read more to understand the three components of message discovery, and how they all work together to deliver visibility for the messages your organization issues. Read more.
We’re all creating content today, but how do we do it right? Jon Miller, co-founder of Marketo, and Michael Pranikoff, PR Newswire’s director of emerging media, discuss the benefits of content marketing, how to create an effective campaign, and the power of visuals. Read more.
50% of leads are qualified but not yet ready to buy. 79% of marketing leads never convert into sales. Lack of lead nurturing is the common cause of this poor performance. Nurtured leads produce, on average, a 20% increase in sales opportunities versus non-nurtured leads. CMO Scott Vaughan and Director of Client Marketing Mary Wallace share best practices and tips on building lead nurture programs that work. In this audio presentation, they'll share: Read more.
In the world of lead gen, subject lines are king and will be the determining factor on how many people click on your white paper, research report or other asset. How can you make sure that your subject lines and other titles will generate interest instead of causing a potential lead to go on to something else? Read more.
Although many have pooh-poohed the place of social in the business-to-business world, there are several ways in which social networking products and practices are being used to develop relationships with existing and potential customers. The trick is to not simply duplicate what's done in the B2C space. Read more.
Lead scoring programs take the guesswork out of the business of marketing by systemically uncovering who is most active and, most importantly, who is ready for sales. In this presentation, you will discover the value of a lead scoring program and see how to build a program that works for your organization. Read more.