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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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Content Marketing Tips and Ideas for Lead Nurturing

This B2B Lead Blog post features an entire host of content marketing tips for lead nurturing, ranging from building a library of relevant lead nurturing content to an example of twelve-touch lead nurturing track, including the nature and channel of each touch. Also included are examples of content types suitable for five different marketing channels, both digital and traditional.

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Lead nurturing via email series and content marketing

Today’s B2B Lead Roundtable Blog post features a dive into a MarketingSherpa case study on an inaugural lead nurturing program at a B2B company with an emphasis on providing quality content to a high level, C-suite audience.

Read on to find out what the company did during this campaign and the results the marketing team was able to achieve.

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Lead Nurturing: You can’t automate trust

Lead nurturing is a key activity in the complex sale, but if that outreach lacks relevancy it probably won’t have the intended impact.

In this B2B Lead Roundtable Blot post, Brian Carroll covers some ill-advised nurturing he experienced at a recent trade show and provides key takeaways on what does make lead nurturing work.

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Introduction to Lead Management

Generating leads is an important B2B marketing goal, but what happens once those leads are in the pipeline? This blog post addresses the challenge of lead management. Brian Carroll defines lead management, explains why it is so important in the complex sale and outlines the various elements in lead management, including people, process and technology.

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