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Optimize your Marketing Qualified Leads (MQLs) Strategy and Close More Sales

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MQL sits at the intersection of marketing and sales. These are leads that have been validated and are ready to be handed over to the sales team. But ignoring MQL altogether is a costly mistake. Let’s delve into the complexities of converting B2B leads into MQLs.

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Sales Qualified Lead vs Sales Accepted Lead: Distinguishing Sales-Ready Leads from Potential Sales Leads  

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Ah, the never-ending quest for qualified leads! B2B marketers spend countless hours crafting campaigns, social media posts, and targeted ads, all in the name of capturing potential customers. Do all those website visitors and content downloads translate into sales conversations? Imagine your sales funnel as a pyramid.

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What is Lead Scoring for Marketing and What Are the Benefits?

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But not entirely unlike when a colleague sends you a link to a gated ebook, you give your contact info to download it, and then get a phone call from a sales rep the same day. Luckily for marketers, lead scoring exists. For marketing and sales teams, that handoff is a potential minefield.

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How to Use Intent Data to Identify Sales-Qualified Leads (SQLs) and Win More Deals  

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You got it—Generating sales-qualified leads. According to a Gartner survey, a mere 34% of marketing-qualified leads (MQLs) progress to sales-accepted leads (SALs), and only 47% of these SALs become sales-qualified leads (SQLs) , with just over half culminating in successful deals.

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Win Sales Calls with Webinar Production

Speaker: Dawn Baron, President, Passion Profits Consulting, and Shelley Trout, Webinar Producer, Aggregage

As a B2B marketer in 2020, you are constantly asked to fight for attention in crowded markets with limited resources. Smart webinars are one of the best way to address these challenges, efficiently reach your target audience and generate highly qualified sales leads.

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Key Differences Between MQL and HQL for B2B Lead Generation  

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Did you know that only 5-10% of marketing qualified leads (MQLs) convert into paying customers? This statistic, highlighted in a Forrester Research report, underscores the crucial role of lead qualification in B2B marketing. But how do you identify leads ready to be handed off to your sales team?

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Marketing qualified lead: What is it really?

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And every customer is a “converted” lead. But, not all leads will convert. That’s where marketing qualified leads, or MQLs, come into play. You might be asking, “What exactly is an MQL?” “How How do you identify an MQL?” and “Why do MQLs matter?” So, without further ado, let’s dive in.