ActiveConversion Review - SMB Lead Management
MARCH 16, 2009
ActiveConversion first became known for its sales-focused Web Analytics, such as identifying companies that visit your website (similar to Leadlander ). So the people behind ActiveConversion gave me a demo to show they are more than a niche player. ActiveConversion provides reports on anonymous website visitors: they show the company name and activity. Lead Scoring. Conclusion.
My List of Demand Generation Vendors, and Who They Sell To
Customer Experience Matrix
NOVEMBER 18, 2009
One of the audience members at the B2B Marketing University in Boston asked about demand generation systems for small businesses, and how to distinguish among the vendors in general. My brief answer was that the biggest difference was less functionality than the target markets the different vendors pursue. This has more to do with the degree of personal selling (and after-sale service) than anything else. also promised a blog post on the topic. Here it is. Incidentally, there's one more B2BU session left this year, in Seattle on December 1.
Top-10 Demand Generation Vendor Blogs
APRIL 29, 2009
In alphabetical order: ActiveConversion B2B Marketing Blog. Tags: Demand Generation activeconversion eloqua genius.com hubspot market2lead marketbright marketo pardot reachforce readycontacts silverpop In my previous post I listed the Top-10 Demand Generation blog by marketers and consultants. Today I’ve put together a list of vendor blogs. Most of these vendors blogs really get ‘online marketing’, so they talk about best practices rather then just touting their products, and they post regularly. This is my new discovery. For Eloqua I’m following two blogs.
Dreamforce 2009: The Secrets to Email Marketing Success: A Marketing Panel
Modern B2B Marketing
NOVEMBER 27, 2009
The panel of experts included: Brian Vass, Sant Corporation; Robin Daniels, salesforce.com; Rasmus Mencke, salesforce.com; Wouter Hoeberechts, WorldMedAssist LLC; Paul Uppal, ActiveConversion. Last Thursday at Dreamforce, I had the chance to attend The Secrets to Email Marketing Success: Marketing Panel. Sending one generic email to everyone doesn’t work. Content is King.
Demand Generation Vendor Traffic Rankings
Customer Experience Matrix
JULY 8, 2009
ActiveConversion is not new but also has a low price point. Summary: Based on Web traffic rankings, new demand generation vendors with low prices are gaining market presence. Pardot and (perhaps) Genius.com look particularly strong. But Eloqua , Silverpop and Marketo remain industry leaders. Last November, after much consideration of alternatives , I settled on Alexa three-month Web traffic rankings as a reasonable way to measure the relative market presence of demand generation vendors. You can see that post here. Results are in the following table. David) There are no huge surprises.
Demandbase: A New Twist In The Lead Management Automation Market
JULY 31, 2009
Posted by: C Jeffers | August 27, 2008 at 11:02 AM Hi Laura, Thank you for mentioning ActiveConversion in your post. I'd like to point out that we are more in the lead management category, rather than 'push' or outbound side that you had us on. Another great suite for lead capture is the InsideSales.com suite which is tailored more for the Inside Sales end than the marketing end, but still very effective Posted by: lrmtrainer | January 06, 2009 at 05:18 PM Hey Laura, thanks for the insight. In fact, 88% said Web sites were important in helping them decide what to buy.
B2B Lead Management Market Heats Up
JULY 31, 2009
Posted by: Matt Massey | May 14, 2008 at 01:19 PM Laura, I'm with ActiveConversion, one of the pure play B2B lead management companies. Confirmed: The Recession Limits Interactive Experimentation Archives July 2009 June 2009 May 2009 April 2009 March 2009 February 2009 January 2009 December 2008 November 2008 October 2008 More. Most recently, Marketo just announced their lead management solution. But does the B2B need the same platform components as B2C?) Here’s how I see it and I’d like to hear your views as well. Here’s the problem.