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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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3 Important Lessons for Lead Generation and Life

People look to Brian Carroll, Executive Director of Revenue Optimization, MECLABS, as an expert at lead generation because he wrote a book and speaks about it. But even he is constantly learning and constantly discovering how much more he has to learn. Read on for three important lessons for lead gen that Brian has discovered from his experiences in 2013.

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Sales and Marketing: The technology behind CRM

For a complex sale, CRM technology can make the difference between a customer moving up through the marketing-sales funnel to completely falling out. Many companies use more than one vendor for their CRM needs, as sometimes Marketing and Sales can require different specific needs. See how marketing automation technologies may offer some companies another option if they are working with multiple CRM software pieces.

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3 Steps that Helped Skyline Exhibits Increase New Product Sales by 18%

During the economic downturn, most companies were scaling back and avoiding risk, Skyline Exhibits, a global trade show exhibit company, decided to go the opposite direction and invest in innovation. It was a smart move, considering that Skyline: Became the smallest company ever to win the Product Development and Management Association’s prestigious Outstanding Corporate Innovator […]

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Lessons from my time as a B2B marketing coach

I just got back from this year’s round of MarketingSherpa B2B Summits in Boston and San Francisco, where I provided one-on-one coaching to attendees, marketers from Fortune 500 organizations, leading private companies, and emerging businesses. (You can read more about who attended here.) Frankly, I don’t know who walks away more enlightened – the marketers […]

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