How to Design Lead Nurturing Programs that Drive Sales webinar with Ardath Albee

You’ve probably seen a lot of discussions regarding lead nurturing lately. People want to know: How can I create enough content with my organization’s limited resources? How can we develop a nurturing program that actually builds our pipeline? What measurements will help us consistently create great outcomes?

To help marketers answer these questions, I have invited Ardath Albee to join me for the next B2B Lead Generation Roundtable webinar. According to Ardath, the buying process is changing and marketers need to adapt their lead nurturing programs to match.

Ardat, How to Design Lead Nurturing Programs that Drive Sales webinar with Ardath Albeeh is perfect for this discussion. She is a B2B marketing strategist and expert at creating contagious content and e-marketing strategies that engage prospects until they are ready to buy. Ardath and I often do work together at InTouch and I really like her Marketing Interactions blog. She’s written a great new book called eMarketing Strategies for the Complex Sale (Disclosure: I wrote the foreword). I think it’s the perfect compliment to my book Lead Generation for the Complex Sale and Amazon.com must think so as well because they’re selling our books as a bundle : )

Join me for this complimentary webinar, “How to Design Lead Nurturing Programs that Drive Sales.” During this event, Ardath will show you how to create a nurturing program that will work in parallel with the way your prospects move through their buying processes. She’ll demonstrate how to get to know your buyers better and develop a content plan to engage them at each stage of a purchase decision. You’ll learn how to create a framework for execution and how to measure the results.

View recorded webinar on-demand and get the free “Lead Nurturing Guide”

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