Archives for Demand Generation
Author: Jon Spenceley
Webinar recordings offer a really great benefit that many marketers overlook: They extend the lifespan of your content for as long as you want to promote it. Webinars take planning, and you promote the heck out of them to build your live audience. Continue to do that with the recording! In this blog, I’ll explain how you can generate leads from your recorded webinars and make the most of every asset.
Author: Randy Frisch
They say the toughest position on a football field is the quarterback. You’ve got hundreds of plays to learn and optimize. You get hit with a blow when you least expect it and need to dash to an opening that presents itself. Your team counts on your strategies to win the game and you take the blame for losses. With Super Bowl 51 just around the corner, I decided to have some fun and draw some parallels between football and marketing. Feel free to drop yourself into the quarterback slot here and see if you can relate.
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Author: Audra Sorman
Like many of today’s savvy marketers, you’re probably looking for creative ways to bring in new leads or contacts, surveys being one of them. But creating your survey is just the start—perhaps the biggest hurdle to overcome is actually getting your prospects and customers to take it. Here are four effective methods for increasing your survey response rates, from sending the right message to offering incentives:
Author: Lisa Marcyes
With 75% of B2B buyers and 84% of C-level/Vice President (VP) executives incorporating social media as a key part of their decision-making process, social channels are becoming essential to building relationships with prospects and customers throughout every stage of the customer lifecycle. In this blog, I’ll outline seven ways that you can generate leads on social media:
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Author: Mary Kate Francis
Trying to figure out how demand generation really works and where marketing ends and sales begins can be downright tricky as a novice. As someone who recently switched from an events-specific role to a broad-based demand generation role, I know this firsthand, and I'm going to share a few tips and tricks I've learned along the way throughout my transition!
Author: Joe Paone
Sabotage is an interesting word. While sabotage infers that there is intent (usually from an opposing force), there are times when we do it to ourselves mistakenly and become our own worst enemy. When it comes to demand generation, even the most seasoned B2B marketers have fallen into this trap and sabotaged their success without knowing it. Let’s take a look at three big mistakes that demand generation marketers make and how you can avoid them.