Lead Generation

#B2BTalks – Lead Generation in a Digital World

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What’s your biggest marketing challenge? Too often we hear other B2B marketers discuss the difficulty of bringing in leads. You exhibit at the same events and meet with the same faces, trying to stand out from the crowd, which makes these conferences a challenge of their own. But what about generating leads in the digital world? More

Revenue Attribution 101

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First, let’s get in the mood for this post.

While in the past, in the corporate arena, this question was mainly targeted at the VP of Sales, today marketing folks are feeling the pressure to perform based on tangible, business KPIs. More

#B2BTalks Breakfast – Marketing Automation Workshop

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Marketing automation, a product aimed at marketing specialists, possibly bears the most misleading and underselling name for one of the most useful technologies out there.

So what exactly is marketing automation? Join us for a special #B2BTalks Breakfast Workshop Tuesday, January 21, at Deca in Tel Aviv. Enjoy a full breakfast buffet at 9am followed by a session led by Kfir Pravda (of Pravda Media Group). For a primer, please download our in-depth paper. More

What technology do you need to build a sales and marketing machine?

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Our first video from the second #B2Btalks event is now live!

In this video, Dori Harpaz, Udi Ledergor, Saar Bitner, and I discussed the technologies involved in building a winning sales and marketing machine.

We also touched the way events fit into the bigger picture, and what the role of content marketing is in creating a sustainable marketing operation. More

Social CRM: The Missing Link Between Awareness and Leads

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For years, the main purpose of social media campaigns was to create awareness. Companies would run campaigns on Facebook or Twitter, engage with their audience and then measure the campaign’s effect in key performance indicators (KPIs). KPIs include the amount of conversations about the brand, the increase in content distribution due to the campaign, and the rise in the level of engagement with the company or brand. While in many B2C settings these goals are important, B2B companies have been looking for ways to make a more direct impact on their revenues.

The Missing Link

One of the biggest challenges in using social media for B2B marketing was connecting awareness campaigns to specific potential buyers. Let’s take a Twitter campaign, for example. A company would send out information about its product. Twitter users would favorite it or retweet it to their followers, thus affecting the amount of engagement with the company. But what if a user is a potential buyer seeking possible solutions for a problem? More