Users of marketing automation improved their win/loss rate by 5% while non-users suffered a -1.2% decline?
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No two words inspire more frenzy than “company’s coming!” People spring into action to clean house, and to make sure their welcome guests will stay, and any less-welcome guests will at least leave quickly but with a positive impression.
With the economy slowly improving, b-to-b marketers have recognized that company (i.e., leads) will be coming. Cleaning house means cleaning the data. Business marketers are renewing their focus on this fundamental of marketing, and this month we feature a case study of BT Exact that explores how the telecom firm ensures the accuracy of its data sources.
Lead nurturing is the b-to-b marketer’s version of helping “good guests” to feel welcome, while politely disengaging from others. It’s an essential capability, and Eloqua’s Steve Woods offers expert suggestions in “Nurture to Win,” an excerpt from his book, “Digital Body Language.”
In Industry News of Interest we offer a collection of news that’s impacting the world of B2B marketing.
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