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  • Account-based programs demonstrate higher conversion and close rates than traditional demand programs. So, companies of course want to focus on winning and growing target accounts in the year ahead. But there are ways you can make ABM even more successful and maximize ROI.

  • The account-based marketing (ABM) approach, in which organizations focus on best-fit accounts (rather than individuals as standalone leads), requires close coordination between Marketing and Sales.

  • Business buyers are inundated with pitches and content, most of which isn't relevant to them. That's good news for B2B marketers: Your prospects are hungry for a personalized experience. Here are three practical ways to make your ABM more successful.

  • The two biggest challenges facing companies trying to execute account-based marketing (ABM) programs are data quality issues and a lack of budget, according to recent research from Demandbase.

  • Lead generation is no longer about just filling the top of the funnel. It's imperative that we, as marketers, start building real and lasting relationships with clients, prospects, and customers from day one.

  • These are some of the most common and costly mistakes that marketers make when adopting, implementing, and executing ABM. But you can avoid making these 7 mistakes. Here's how.

  • There are two ways to run ABM ads: by matching contacts, and by matching accounts. Both ways are valid, but each has its pitfalls—as well as its own match-rate metrics. This infographic explains it all.

  • The idea of account-based marketing (ABM) isn't new. But recently we've moved beyond basics, shifting into full-on strategies and mindsets around how B2B marketing needs to get done. And when you think about that, it's a lot like dating.

  • In B2B marketing and sales, accurate data is crucial. High-quality B2B data allows Sales to improve targeting, reach the right person, take a personalized approach, and successfully drive revenue. Bad data can destroy that entire process.

  • Marketing orchestration is a powerful approach in marketing automation and ABM. It focuses not on delivering standalone campaigns but on optimizing a set of related cross-channel interactions that together make up an individualized customer experience. In the process, you realize more pipeline and revenue.

  • We've had it drummed into our heads that inbound leads are the Holy Grail of our marketing efforts. We've come to believe they are the quickest and most effective to convert. But is that really the case?

  • Account-based marketing (ABM) delivers significant benefits for B2B businesses, but it usually takes time before firms can reap those rewards, according to recent research from the ABM Leadership Alliance and ITSMA.

  • We delve into the evolving role of the chief marketing officer and the importance of aligning Sales and Marketing to achieve results. CallRail Chief Revenue Officer Mary Pat Donnellon shares insights and experiences, along with advice for companies looking to better align their teams.

  • The positive correlation between ABM and sales outcomes is impossible to ignore, but many B2B marketers still struggle with ABM execution and measurement. There's no silver bullet to demystify ABM, but these tips provide clarity and actionable advice to unlock ROI.

  • If you're not already doing ABM, then you're likely thinking about doing it. Taking a tiered approach allows you to scale your efforts. Here's how to win the biggest, most attractive deals in your market.

  • Continuously flooding prospects with generic content or calls no longer works. Buyers are fatigued by all the marketing noise, and so they tune out. They crave hyper-personalization that offers relevance, trust, and engagement. Here's what you need to know.

  • B2B marketing is saturated. The only way to stand out is to innovate your marketing. Over the last decade, ABM has become an important innovation, focusing on accounts and buyers, not leads. Yet, marketers trying to implement account-based approaches have been thwarted by the limitations of their marketing stack.

  • Today's B2B marketers need to do more than create awareness and pass leads to sales. The most successful ones are combining lead-based and account-based strategies to better align with sales, engage target accounts, and win more revenue. Wish you could do the same? Sponsored by Engagio.

  • Ty Heath, global lead of The B2B Institute at LinkedIn, gives a sneak preview of her B2B Marketing Forum session: "How to Combine Account-Based Marketing and Social Selling on LinkedIn."

  • Delivering personalized content at scale requires a strategic effort that applies to various marketing strategies: inbound, demand generation, account-based marketing, and sales enablement. Here are some best-practices for delivering personalized content for each of those four strategies.