2007

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B2B Lead Generation Blog: Webcast: Closed-Loop Lead Generation & Management

B2B Lead Generation Blog

Join me for a complimentary webinar on how to "Achieve a Closed-Loop System for Lead Generation and Management." In this webcast, you'll learn how to: Identify and overcome the 5 barriers to closing the loop Get feedback on all leads

Marketing Edge

Marketing Edge

in the growing trend to reach beyond traditional messaging, corporate america increasingly taps the unlimited pool of user-generated content as advertisements. doritos is sponsoring the “crash the super bowl” commercial contest in which

What Makes QlikTech So Good?

Customer Experience Matrix

To carry on a bit with yesterday’s topic— QlikTech fascinates me on two levels: first, because it is such a powerful technology, and second because it’s a real-time case study in how a superior technology penetrates an established market. The general topic of diffusion of innovation has always intrigued me, and it would be fun to map QlikView against the usual models (hype curve, chasm crossing, tipping point, etc.) in a future post. Perhaps I shall.

How do I Generate More Leads from my Website?

Anything Goes Marketing

Many B2B marketers ask these questions daily: We have this great website, we use email, we use search - what else can we do? How can we further optimize our practices to increase the amount of leads we generate? A recent study by MarketingSherpa and KnowledgeStorm provides some additional insights that marketers should be aware of. They surveyed both vendors and users (people who actually fill out registration forms) to better understand what and why they fill out forms on websites.

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Customer Success and Marketing Alignment: The Key to Unlocking Customer Advocacy

Most B2B companies say the customer experience is a priority, but their teams are not prepared or coordinated enough to make this a reality.

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Streb Defies Gravity at ICA Boston

Smashmouth Marketing

My sister Anne treated Linda and I last night to a show at the new Institute of Contemporary Art museum in Boston. Lot's to point out in one post. The facility is a design masterpiece with the use of space and location all in a dramatic structure that seems to grow from the edge of the Boston Harbor.

Blogger: Redirecting

Buzz Marketing for Technology

You're about to be redirected. The blog that used to be here is now at [link] Do you wish to be redirected? This blog is not hosted by Blogger and

B2B Lead Generation Blog: Social Media Pundits Disconnect from B2B Marketing

B2B Lead Generation Blog

as someone in b2b, do you feel left out of the social media buzz? i read a good article on "what's wrong with social media for b2b marketing" by john miller who also writes the modern b2b marketing blog

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B2B Lead Generation Blog: On building targeted lists for B2B Lead Generation Programs

B2B Lead Generation Blog

Would you buy this business card? When you buy a list of names, you are basically buying business cards on a list. But there is no such thing as buying the perfect list, especially if you have a complex sale

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B2B Marketing Trends for 2016

25 B2B marketing thought leaders answer the question "What do you expect to B2B marketers to be doing more of or differently in 2016?" The results are amazing insights around content marketing, achieving business results, alignment, employee advocacy, new technologies, customer experience and more.

B2B Lead Generation Blog: On B2B Demand Generation tools and Lead Generation Dashboards

B2B Lead Generation Blog

CEOs continue to demand better ROI measurement and accountability from marketers. As a result there's been a surge of interest in software and tools to manage the process of lead management, lead nurturing and lead generation with a

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7 Things I Didn’t Get Out of SMX Social Media and 2 Important Things That I Did

KoMarketing Associates

Heading from NYC last night, I started thinking about what I would tell the rest of my colleagues as it relates to how and what was learned from SMX Social Media. Well here are some things that didn’t happen : I still don’t feel comfortable adding Danny Sullivan or Neil Patel to my Facebook network. No one gave me the social media “quick fix” idea that I thought would be worth risking my profile or IP getting banned in respective communities.

Marketing Edge

Marketing Edge

time 13:33. viral envy: many marketing people and ceos suffer from this, usually after seeing a viral video or site that is forwarded to them from a friend. yikes! thousands of hits with no media buy! little production cost

I Want My LTV Shirt!

Customer Experience Matrix

I received my custom-printed “LTV RULES!” t-shirts yesterday. Naturally, you buy these over the Internet. The customer experience was painless at www.designashirt.com and I’d highly recommend them. What’s interesting from a Client X Client point of view is that the company offered a $.50

7 B2B Marketing Strategies You Need to Know About

As B2B marketers, we know that our buyers' needs are ever-evolving, but it's not just our buyers that are changing.

Resources on Aligning Marketing and Sales for B2B Companies

Anything Goes Marketing

If you somehow stumbled on this post and said "Yes, this is just what I was looking for and will help save our company" you really need to get a hold of yourself!

Thoughts for 2007: Popular Posts

PR Meets Marketing

It's that time of year to reflect back on the year and make your resolutions for the New Year. I gave up resolutions a long time ago - how can you ask a chocolate lover give up chocolate for a whole year? Sorry - just can't do it.

Embargoes – Valid in the Brave New World of PR?

PR Meets Marketing

Recently, I saw CenterNetworks tweet about broken embargoes and Allen wrote a follow up post about his views on embargoes.

Chris Botti and Billy Kilson

Smashmouth Marketing

Saw Chris Botti the other night with Linda. Her thoughtful birthday gift for me. The show was fantastic. Chris is energetic, and a showman. The first show highlight for me was A Thousand Kisses Deep based upon the song from one of my all time favorite song writers/poets, Leonard Cohen.

5 Pillars of Marketing Automation Success

Ensure Your B2B Marketing Clients Get the Best Results

Blogger: Redirecting

Buzz Marketing for Technology

The debate over how to make money with podcasts began shortly after they were rolled out. At first, the natural inclination was to do pre-roll or post-roll ads on podcasts – much like existing media such as TV and radio

Anything Goes Marketing on the Globe and Mail

Anything Goes Marketing

Here I was minding my own business, taking in some caffeine while I scanned my web traffic. What did I find? I`ve been added to the blogroll on Canada`s largest national newspaper. The blog is called Hard Sell Blog by Keith McArthur who writes for the Globe and Mail.

Merry Christmas from WebMarketCentral

WebMarketCentral

Merry Christmas and best wishes for a blessed and joyous holiday season from WebMarketCentral. It's the time of year to enjoy time spent with friends and family, see the priceless expressions on the faces of children, and remember those less fortunate by giving back in any way you can.

B2B Lead management is far from an easy task

B2B Lead Generation Blog

Companies that adopt effective lead management processes generate more revenue from their lead generation investment and have overall higher close rates on marketing generated leads than those that do not. But I've encountered very few companies that really do lead management.

Flip My Funnel - Guide To B2B Account Based Marketing

As modern B2B marketers, we have been lucky enough to witness some of the most dramatic shifts in marketing strategies and technologies.

Tips for Confirmation Pages

Anything Goes Marketing

Well, here I am on the east coast and stuck at the airport due to this freezing rain. Grrrr!! I came across a few interesting tips for your confirmation pages: Using Audio and Chat on Your Confirmation Pages In what seems like ages ago, I wrote a post about blogging while being stuck at airport.

Marketing Edge

Marketing Edge

time 18:15. audio and video content on the web has raised the bar for search engines — consumers demand superior search capability that provides context as well as accuracy. while google redefined search a few years ago, the next wave

Eventricity Lets Banks Buy, Not Build, Event-Based Marketing Systems

Customer Experience Matrix

As you may recall from my posts on Unica and SAS , event-based marketing (also called behavior identification) seems to be gaining traction at long last. By coincidence, I recently found some notes I made two years about a UK-based firm named eventricity Ltd. This led to a long conversation with eventricity founder Mark Holtom, who turned out to be an industry veteran with background at NCR/Teradata and AIMS Software, where he worked on several of the pioneering projects in the field.

Getting People to Tweet to Your Tune

PR Meets Marketing

I will probably not be the first or last person to blog about this interesting experiment that Jeremiah Owyang initiated today. Check out the original post about conversations shifting to Twitter. .

Lead Generation Checklist

You spend a lot of time, energy, and money doing lead generation to capture leads but it's how you manage them that makes the difference between success and failure.

Email and Video: Tactics you can use Today

Anything Goes Marketing

I may be getting older but I had a crazy flashback yesterday. I went to the movies to see August Rush (I give it 1 thumbs up) and of course I was forced to sit through about 20 commercials that mostly focused on gifts I must buy before the move started.

PR Relationships:Update on Online Reputation

PR Meets Marketing

OK - I previously wrote about how to manage my many online personalities here and here. Since those posts, I've reversed my previous position about my online reputation. The heart of it is managing relationships through the tools available to me. . In the end, PR is about relationships.

Culture in The Can

Smashmouth Marketing

I have a couple fun things I do on a regular basis. Things that make me feel good because I'm making others feel good or learn something new. I love sharing knowledge and good fortune. The first is just silly. When I'm walking somewhere and realize I have a penny in my pocket, I'll drop it. I imagine making someone's day when they find their "lucky penny" and spend the rest of their day on a semi-high. The second thing I do is not as silly.