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How to Put the Customer First in Lead Generation

What would happen if we stopped treating people as leads, and instead, treated them as human beings or future customers? What would happen if we put ourselves in our future customers’ shoes and looked at our messages from their perspective and tried to feel what they feel when they hear from us? Read on for insights into empathy marketing from Brian Carroll.

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Lead Generation: It’s all about building relationships

The world of lead generation is changing, but building relationships with customers remains one of the key fundamentals of B2B marketing that still has a lot of room for improvement. Listen to this podcast featuring Steve Gershik of LeadSpace, and Brain Carroll, Executive Director of Revenue Optimization, MECLABS, to learn more about changes in the world of the complex sales.

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Lead Generation: Does your teleprospecting deliver value to prospects?

Lead generation teleprospecting is the art of acquiring sales-ready leads for a sales staff. But when it comes to communicating an organization’s value and credibility, asking the right questions and relieving any anxiety those potential leads may have are key to a campaign’s success.

Read on to learn more about how you can use testing and optimization principles to aid your teleprospecting efforts.

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Email Marketing: Do you test your legacy marketing?

Change can be tough if your organization is entrenched in a legacy approach to marketing. So read on to learn more about how testing and optimization can help you challenge your legacy assumptions by putting them on trial to determine if those practices are still truly the “best” for your organization.

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The Domino Theory of B2B Content Marketing

Too often, marketers think of content marketing as only text and graphics. But, content marketing is the entire customer experience across your customer-facing brand touchpoints. In this blog post, learn about how the “domino theory” of content marketing is a perfect metaphor for engaging prospects, not just within the buying cycle, but across the lifecycle of a customer.

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Lead Generation: 2 questions every marketer should ask themselves about prospect motivation

The most important factor to keep in mind when creating your landing page is your prospects’ motivation as highly motivated prospects can make for highly motivated leads. The caveat here, however, is the prospects who are not highly motivated are the ones you need to worry about convincing. Discover two questions every marketer should ask themselves about prospect motivation.

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