ActiveConversion Review - SMB Lead Management

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ActiveConversion first became known for its sales-focused Web Analytics, such as identifying companies that visit your website (similar to Leadlander ). So the people behind ActiveConversion gave me a demo to show they are more than a niche player. Have you worked with ActiveConversion?

ActiveConversion Product Review: Demand Gen Intelligence

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ActiveConversion is a web based solution that allows organizations to identify visitors to their website, to automatically qualify and nurture leads, to get notified when leads become "hot," and to track ROI of marketing campaigns.

Still More on Assessing Demand Generation Systems

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I had a very productive conversation on Friday with Fred Yee, president of ActiveConversion , a demand generation system aimed primarily at small business. In fact, this was so interesting that I didn’t look very closely at the ActiveConversion system. I don't know when or whether I'll have time to do a proper analysis of ActiveConversion, but if you're in the market, be sure to take a look.

Active Conversion Offers Strong Lead Management and Leaves Out the Rest

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Sales and marketing activities are increasingly intermingled, and sales people increasingly work with directly with marketing systems. Outbound email campaigns are largely irrelevant to this, so ActiveConversion doesn’t even offer email services. This keeps down the cost of ActiveConversion’s operations and therefore its prices, although of course marketers will have to pay someone else for their emails.

Election Day: SLMA's 50 Most Influential People in Sales Lead Management

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Bill Rice - Kaleidico Jose Raul Rodriguez - Aon Dan Rogers - SmartLead by The AdTrack Corporation Anneke Seley - Phone Works LLC Tibor Shanto - Renbor Sales Solutions Inc. The Sales Lead Management Association has opened up voting for the 50 Most Influential People in Sales Lead Management. I'm on the list, so if I've earned your respect in the world of demand gen and lead generation, I'd love your vote. The list is vast and full of some fantastic peers of mine, and you can only choose 3.

Multi-Step Campaign Interfaces: A Quick Vendor Survey

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My own opinion is quite firm: flow charts don't work. flow list Act-On Software x ActiveConversion x Eloqua x Infusionsoft x LeadLife x LoopFuse x Manticore Technology x Market2Lead (1) x Marketbright (1) x Marketo x Neolane x OfficeAutoPilot x Pardot x Silverpop Engage B2B x Treehouse Interactive x True Influence x (1) embeds simple list- based campaign in a larger flow chart. If you read this blog regularly (and who doesn't?),

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Pardot Offers Refined Demand Generation at a Small Business Price

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I’m still trying to work out a systematic approach to measuring usability, but my current feeling is that there are large variations among products with both the SMB and Enterprise groups. Note: other SMB-oriented vendors including ActiveConversion and OfficeAutoPilot also have entry pricing in the $500 per month range, although neither publishes the details.) My little tour of demand generation vendors landed at Pardot just before Thanksgiving.

Dreamforce 2009: The Secrets to Email Marketing Success: A Marketing Panel

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The panel of experts included: Brian Vass, Sant Corporation; Robin Daniels, salesforce.com; Rasmus Mencke, salesforce.com; Wouter Hoeberechts, WorldMedAssist LLC; Paul Uppal, ActiveConversion. Sending one generic email to everyone doesn’t work.

Demandbase: A New Twist In The Lead Management Automation Market

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Finally, for those that don’t know me by name – I want to point out I am 100% biased since I work at HubSpot. Posted by: C Jeffers | August 27, 2008 at 11:02 AM Hi Laura, Thank you for mentioning ActiveConversion in your post. It works for our customer segment, with over 120 implementations to-date.

B2B Lead Management Market Heats Up

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At the same time, some of what is going on when it comes to different types of companies encroaching on the territory traditionally owned by other types of companies is not new -- it's basic "broaden the market" economics at work. As an example: marketing automation tools like Eloqua, and web analytics tools like Omniture and WebTrends, work from the same fundamental data source: Javascript-based page tags on web pages. Those processes don't work well online.