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Active Conversion Offers Strong Lead Management and Leaves Out the Rest

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Summary: Active Conversion helps marketing and sales departments make the best use of leads they’ve generated outside the system. The classic demand generation cycle starts with an outbound email campaign, captures replies on a landing page, scores the responses, and then sends qualified leads to a sales automation system and keeps the others for more nurturing. These functions, plus supporting features for database management, content management, sales system synchronization, and reporting, form a basic template for measuring demand generation software.

Mega-List of Features in Marketing Automation (That You Won’t Find in CRM)

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salesforce.com, Microsoft Dynamics CRM), so why do I need marketing automation ”? Salesforce recently rebranded their social marketing application as the Marketing Cloud, and their website says you can use their solutions to “optimize campaigns from lead to close, on every channel”. Similarly, Track opportunities and pipeline, manage contact and account information.

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Aprimo Marketing Studio Supports Sophisticated Business Marketers

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Small digression: most business marketing systems are designed around data from a sales automation system such as Salesforce.com. This starts with the core functions of any business marketing system: outbound and multi-step email campaigns, landing pages, Web behavior tracking , lead scoring, Salesforce.com integration, reporting and content management. Project management is especially powerful. Another module lets marketers create Adobe Flash-based Web ads, while an offer manager module tracks the user of offers across promotions.

Hubspot Offers Small Business Marketers a Big Bundle of Features

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Summary: Hubspot offers a bundle of Web traffic generation and lead management features in one low-cost package. The current version also hosts landing pages and Web sites, manages a lead database with profiles and Web activity history, generates lead scores, sends alerts to sales people, and synchronizes data with Salesforce.com. All that’s missing to be full-blown demand generation system is outbound email and lead nurturing campaigns—which the company has announced it will add. Users can also flag the closed leads manually.

Genoo Offers Web Marketing for Small Business

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Genoo offers a small-business-oriented Web marketing system at a small-business-friendly price of $199 per month. I’m somewhat grandly labeling it a “Web marketing system” rather than “demand generation” because its microsite could replace a small company’s primary Web site. Demand generation features are adequate, if a bit rudimentary, and are supplemented by social marketing capabilities that do an above-average job of integrating social activities with traditional lead data. Commenters are automatically entered as leads into the Genoo database. So far so good.

Act-On Software Does List-Based Demand Generation

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If you look at the Web site of Act-On Software , you’ll see a typical set of demand generation features: email marketing, demand generation (equated with landing pages and forms), lead nurturing, Website visitor tracking, channel (partner) marketing, and lead scoring. In most ways, working with Act-On is like working with other products: users build emails, landing pages and Web forms; track activities through page tags and cookies; do scoring and segmentation with activity history and lead attributes; and pass qualified leads to Salesforce.com.

Net-Results Simplifies Demand Generation for Small Business

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Email campaigns are targeted at segments; Web visitors are classified into segments; behavior alerts are triggered by segments; lead scores are assigned to segments; leads are sent to the sales system based on segments; reports are run against segments. This process has five functions: send emails to prospects; capture responses on landing pages; score leads; send qualified leads to sales; and nurture non-qualified leads with multi-step campaigns. Campaigns can have multiple actions, each with its own entry conditions.

Treehouse Interactive Refines Its Features and Targets Larger Firms

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It added Marketing View marketing automation in 1999 and Reseller View partner management after that. Its marketing automation system offers the usual range of functions: email, Web analytics, landing pages, multi-step campaigns, lead scoring, CRM integration, ROI reporting. The greatest divergence from industry norms is Treehouse contacts always enter campaigns by completing a form. Other systems select campaign members with rules that can access a broader set of data. download and document management. Here's an update. form integration.