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Smashmouth Review - Genius.com Accelerates The Close Part 1

Smashmouth Marketing

We all know that accelerating a prospect through the educational/discovery phase onward to a selling cycle and then a buying event takes time. The typical decision maker is bombarded with marketing contacts each day, yet they are still finding information on their own, they are educating themselves on industry sites, blogs, twitter and your website and emails. Does it work?

Genius.com Accelerates The Close Part 1 - Smashmouth Product Review

Smashmouth Marketing

We all know that accelerating a prospect through the educational/discovery phase onward to a selling cycle and then a buying event takes time. The typical decision maker is bombarded with marketing contacts each day, yet they are still finding information on their own, they are educating themselves on industry sites, blogs, twitter and your website and emails. Does it work?

Genius.com Accelerates The Close Part 1 - Smashmouth Review

Smashmouth Marketing

We all know that accelerating a prospect through the educational/discovery phase onward to a selling cycle and then a buying event takes time. The typical decision maker is bombarded with marketing contacts each day, yet they are still finding information on their own, they are educating themselves on industry sites, blogs, twitter and your website and emails. Does it work?

Demandbase: A New Twist In The Lead Management Automation Market

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would put Demandbase here along with firms like Active Conversion, Hubspot, iHance, Leadlander, Sales Genius, and Zoominfo. (I’m sure I forgot a few. The data has to flow back and forth and not dirty up the pipeline with raw leads. 7) Lead nurturing — automates follow up communication, is drip or event-triggered, and allows marketing to educate, persuade, and accelerate buyers as they move through the purchase process to the point where they become “sales ready.” Finally, for those that don’t know me by name – I want to point out I am 100% biased since I work at HubSpot.