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Demand Generation Vendor Traffic Rankings

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Summary: Based on Web traffic rankings, new demand generation vendors with low prices are gaining market presence. 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. The leaders among demand generation systems are still Eloqua , Silverpop and Marketo. Tags: vendor rankings demand generation marketing automation lead management How about it guys?

Demand Generation Implementation Survey - Background Results

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I've been having a dandy time analyzing the results of my Demand Generation Implementation Survey. nbr responses vendor 8 Marketo 6 Eloqua 3 Genius.com 3 LoopFuse 3 Pardot 2 Market2Lead 2 Treehouse Interactive 1 eTrigue 1 Vtrenz (Silverpop) 7 No Response 36 Another intriguing bit of contextual information is the deployment date of the systems. In any case, the ten deployments in the first four months of 2009 (or 12 if you count the two future dates) and 12 in 2008 highlights the newness and fast growth of the demand generation industry. Fair enough.

Low Cost Systems for Demand Generation

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My new obsession with Twitter (follow me as @draab) has led to several messages from people who seemed to have trouble choosing between Eloqua and Marketo. This is a bit perplexing, since those products are at the opposite ends of the spectrum: Marketo being relatively low cost / limited functionality / easier to learn, and Eloqua being higher cost / richer functionality / takes more training. But even including that, the first year cost for most of these will be less.) : Manticore Technology : a full-featured demand generation product. Just kidding.or am I?) Read it here.]

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How Demand Generation Systems Handle Company Data: Diving into the Details

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Back in early January I posted a discussion on treatment of Company-Level Data in Demand Generation Systems. At that time, I posed a set of specific questions to the demand generation vendors in the Raab Guide. In theory, this would imply that company data is stored once and applied to all the associated individuals, and that the demand generation system could aggregate data by company, use that data to calculate company-level lead scores, and change which company an individual is linked to. Eloqua volunteered that they couldn’t do this, which I appreciated.

Getting Closer to My Usability Ratings

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But I also knew that some of the vendors focused on complex programs ( Market2Lead , Marketbright and arguably Silverpop/Vtrenz ) embed similar-looking list-style campaigns within a larger flow logic. Marketbright and the new Market2Lead interface use an actual flow chart; Silverpop/Vtrenz uses non-visual rules. Tags: software usability measurement marketing automation lead management demand generation If you suspected that my last two blog posts were a way to avoid writing a post that ranks vendors on usability, you’re probably right. Sorry.) Sorry about the parentheses.)

B2B Lead Management Market Heats Up

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problem: 1) Web analytics – typically the stronghold of companies like Coremetrics, Omniture, and WebTrends, the analytics area bleeds over into lead management as companies go online to generate demand. My point: B2B marketers are looking elsewhere for help generating demand. 3) Marketing automation – lead by firms like Aprimo, Unica, Oracle/Siebel and SAS, this category is at the core of what Forrester calls the Marketing Technology Backbone. believe the companies that will succeed in the lead gen/demand creation world will come from one of two verticals. Exciting times.