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  • Account-Based Marketing

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    A well-executed account-based marketing campaign gives you an edge over the competition. With deep insights into the needs and pain points of key decision-makers at your target accounts, you're able to deliver highly relevant, exceptionally personalized experiences that close the big sales.

  • Close alignment and cooperation between Sales and Marketing is key to a successful account-based marketing program. Here's how you can set up your ABM program for success and avoid common mistakes.

  • ABM campaigns can boost your marketing efforts—but if you've never put one together, it's hard to know where to start. We'll show you how to deploy ABM campaigns successfully while maintaining your sanity.

  • Yes, account-based marketing can be an effective way to convert your B2B audience, but make sure you have a strong foundation before your start. Here's what to look for.

  • Account-based marketing is more than just sending emails to a targeted list. Once a prospect is aware of your brand, how you delight them with personalized content will determine your success in conversion. Want to see a real-life example of how that can be done well? Sponsored by Uberflip.

  • The traditional marketing and sales funnel doesn't reflect how most B2B sales works these days--how buyers behave and how purchasing decisions are made. Here's how to win in the new environment.

  • Account-based marketing isn't new, but many marketers still run into issues with implementation and performance. Here are six common ABM problems--and their solutions.

  • Account-based marketing may seem like a panacea, but the reality is that marketers often don't trust their own data—which makes your ABM program ineffective. These three steps can make your data more usable.

  • Your new ABM program will need a new lead management process: The parts may be similar to your current process, but they work differently for ABM.

  • B2B marketers increasingly believe data quality is key to successful campaigns but nearly half are not confident in the quality of their own data, according to recent research from Dun & Bradstreet.