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Lead Generation Lies That are Wreaking Havoc with Your Sales

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Last August I wrote a blog for Top Sales World titled “Lead Generation Hogwash: The Top 7 Lies.”. I detailed 7 lies to be aware of to avoid a lead generation disaster (read the blog for the specifics): Any list will do. Automated systems accurately score (prioritize) leads. More leads are better than fewer leads. A form completion is a lead. Their fear that you’ll turn on the hard sale based on that form is one reason they lie.

The 10 most fascinating people in B2B Marketing in 2015

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Jim Obermayer, founder of the Sales Lead Management Association. I’ve known Jim for years as a consultant and author specializing in lead management—a generally under-appreciated subject that Jim uniquely understood to be a critical success factor in business selling.

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The Skinny on Lead Nurturing - 11 Experts Weigh In (part 2 of 2)

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Nurturing is one of the most effective, yet underutilized, activities in the sales and marketing process. Telemarketing jumped into the system when a large recession devastated their business model of lead generation, and appointment setting was not enough to keep them going.

Does Your Sales Team Know How to Follow-Up on a Lead?

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Nurture leads until they’re ready to turn over to sales is the sixth of 7 Truths about Sales and Marketing that CEOs need to know. This post is part of a series about the CEO’s role in eliminating wasted marketing spend and increasing sales results. Gain sales acceptance.

Beyond Financials: VC & IPO Due Diligence on Sales & Marketing Metrics

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Because PointClear provides outsourced prospect development services —lead generation, lead qualification and lead nurturing—to clients in the technology and SaaS sectors, I was particularly interested in Lauren’s findings on sales and marketing expenses as a percentage of revenue for three publicly-held cloud application companies: Salesforce.com, SuccessFactors and NetSuite. Sales and marketing activity.