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Purposeful Planning: Tech, Talent, or Programs? How to Structure Budgets and Teams for Long-Term Growth


The post Purposeful Planning: Tech, Talent, or Programs? How to Structure Budgets and Teams for Long-Term Growth appeared first on Demandbase. In this article, we explore how data-informed strategies help marketers determine which processes, technologies, or positions drive the most ROI.

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How Outcome-Based Vs. Traditional Sub-Account Budgets Serve Everyone Better

Vision Edge Marketing

In business, the purpose of a budget is to ensure our organizations have enough resources to meet its objectives. The use of sub-accounts is the most common approach to budgeting and is used to separate funds for different expenses. The best place to start is to understand the purpose of a budget. We all have one.


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Report: Omnichannel Marketing Yielding Positive Results for B2B Marketers

KoMarketing Associates

As B2B marketers expand their budgets to improve upon demand generation, new research suggests that implementing an omnichannel strategy may be the key to success. In general, most B2B marketers (47%) use their product marketing budget to execute their omnichannel program. Only 20% have an omnichannel-specific budget.

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How to Calculate Demand Gen Budget: A Rough Guide

The Point

Budgeting season is here again, and demand marketers are not immune. How big does your demand gen budget need to be in order to support your organization’s revenue goals in the new year? Alternatively, is the budget you’ve been handed enough to do the job? We prefer to base budgets on MQLs vs. raw inquiries.

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When Executive Engagement met Account-Based Marketing

Speaker: Bev Burgess, Senior Advisor for ITSMA & Manasian and Co

They can accelerate deals, find new budgets, and help shape your solution so that it fits their needs. Join Bev Burgess as she explores the power of designing and aligning your executive engagement program for your most important ABM accounts. How to bring these two strategies together to create the perfect B2B marketing partnership.

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ABM Is a Marathon, Not a Sprint

B2B Marketing Zone Submitted Articles

"If you’re still in the earliest stages and need to secure the buy-in and budget to expand your ABM program, I’d like to offer a key piece of advice: ABM is a marathon, not a sprint."

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Recession? How to Make the Least Risky Budget Cuts

Vision Edge Marketing

For many, this means greater budget scrutiny, smarter decisions and belt-tightening. . The focus of this article is to provide an approach for making informed budget decisions when so much is at stake. 4 Key Categories to Consider When Making Budget Cuts . This enables them to take proactive and swift action.

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The ABMified Demand Engine: How One Small Team Unlocked Big Team Growth

Speaker: Nick Ezzo, VP of Marketing at Auditoria and Devon Watts, Sr. Director Corporate Marketing at RollWorks

But some small teams are finally letting go of the stigma that ABM can only work for big companies and big budgets, putting them in a position to expedite growth. Our CEUs count toward the American Marketing Association's Professional Certified Marketer (AMA PCM®) program.

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Loyalty Auctions: The Next Reward For B2B Markets

Looking for ways to boost engagement in a B2B loyalty program? With only one winner per auction your ability to control reward expenses is tightly managed and accurately budgeted within known/fixed parameters (unlike other rewards). With only one winner per auction your reward can be blockbuster without breaking the bank.

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CMOs Pivot to Virtual Engagements to Drive Business in the COVID Economy

Speaker: Mike Damphousse, Managing Partner of Category Design Advisors and Founder of Green Leads

Working from home has become the norm, conferences and meetings are going online, marketing budgets are being shifted, reduced or put on hold – it's time to adapt. Our CEUs count toward the American Marketing Association's Professional Certified Marketer (AMA PCM®) program. Business as we know it is never going to be the same.