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New Research: Customer Empathy and How to Solve Buying Problems

Are you applying empathy as part of your sales and marketing approach? Why? Because according to Brent Adamson, “empathy” is the one word that matters most to sales [and marketing] success. It’s tough to buy. B2B customers are overwhelmed with too much information, too many choices, trying to getting their colleagues to agree, not to […]

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10 Most Popular B2B Lead Generation Blog Posts of 2017

Do you feel excited about your 2018 plan? I hope so. If not, you’re not alone. Why? Because dealing with change, staying motivated, and building momentum is hard. That’s why business plans often change February 1st (just like personal goals). To help, I’ve compiled a list of the Top 10 most useful (and favorite) posts on […]

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How to use lead nurturing to revive leads and ROI

Most B2B marketers I know are looking more ways to generate leads faster. But here’s a question to think about: Do you have a process for handing leads from sales back to marketing when they are not sales ready? If not, you should. Start by re-engaging the account-based leads you already have in your database […]

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Podcasts vs. Webinars which is better?

An interesting conversation started on podcasts vs. webinars at the Church of the Customer Blog. Jackie Huba argues that companies should dump their webinars in favor of videocasts and podcasts. She writes, “the self-serve nature of mobile media means people can listen to podcasts/videocasts when and where they want, not tied to a computer at […]

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