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Why We Hate POI, Dislike Hybrid, and Recommend “Unique” Lead Management

Capstone Insights

In this post, we focus on why Marketing Converts recommends the “unique” model to the vast majority of clients. Please view this as a general list; some of these points will be more or less pronounced depending on the marketing automation platform you’re using (Marketo, Eloqua, HubSpot, Act-on, Autopilot, etc.) Also, the majority of marketing automation platforms take the approach that a person only exists once in the platform.

Why Marketing Converts Hates POI, Dislikes Hybrid, and Recommends The “Unique” Lead Management Approach

Capstone Insights

In this post, we focus on why Marketing Converts recommends the “unique” model to the vast majority of clients. Please view this as a general list; some of these points will be more or less pronounced depending on the marketing automation platform you’re using (Marketo, Eloqua, HubSpot, Act-on, Autopilot, etc.) Also, the majority of marketing automation platforms take the approach that a person only exists once in the platform.

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Troubleshooting your B2B marketing data problems

Biznology

Business-to-business data continues to challenge marketers, who need to identify and communicate with customers and prospects, but who run into thorny issues every day. Problems range from duplicates, to key-entry errors, to missing data elements, and beyond. Recently, Bernice Grossman and I worked with a group of savvy B2B marketers at a DMA conference to compile a list of difficult data problems. There are two ways to de-anonymize the website visit.

3 Ways to Keep Your MarTech Stack Tidy

Marketo

If so, think about what that means for your data as a B2B marketer. So what’s this got to do with marketing? My realization reminded me of recent conversations with many of our customers whose marketing technology (MarTech) stack is starting to look like my kitchen drawer—full of unitaskers, acquired through a variety of circumstances, without any real thought about how they fit into a well-functioning kitchen. De-duplication. Marketing automation.