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  • If you're like most marketers, you love LinkedIn Ads for their B2B targeting capabilities. But you may not love the high price tag, especially if your ads aren't performing as well as they could be. It's time to boost your performance with the right ad strategy and relevant calls to action.

  • Effectively generating leads often requires following a lengthy path that includes everything from developing a strategic plan to measuring performance. This infographic from Orbit Media Studios covers each essential element of that journey.

  • When looking to drive growth marketers typically focus on demand marketing. However, recent research shows that a more balanced investment between brand and demand marketing can be highly effective.

  • If you want to influence B2B purchasing decisions, start by uncovering the potential buyer's full set of concerns and needs, according to recent research from RAIN Group.

  • What does it mean to be a 'buyer first' salesperson? To find out, LinkedIn Sales Solutions surveyed more than 400 buyers and 400 sellers in the United States and Canada.

  • Cold sales outreach has lost popularity with B2B marketers, but that doesn't mean the technique is obsolete: You just have to start by warming up your prospects first. Here's how, in five steps.

  • Demand Playbook

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    Get the know-how, strategies and foundations you need to excel with your lead generation, collection and engagement. More than ideas, this playbook will walk you through exercises that will help you build the perfect demand generation strategy and execution for your business.

  • Is your direct marketing strategy still effective? The events of 2020 have likely prompted you to begin re-evaluating it. As you do that, keep in mind these three tactics for optimizing your direct marketing.

  • Sweet treats, tumblers, and e-commerce gift cards were among the most popular gifts B2B firms sent to buyers and customers in 2020, according to recent research from Sendoso.

  • Online presentations and webinars are too often dragged down by surplus information or they're cluttered with self-promotion. Nobody has time for that. Make your presentation lean and mean by taking this article's advice.

  • Demand generation is a critical tool in a marketer's arsenal. But it's also an ever-evolving discipline—and if you don't keep up, you'll be left behind. It's time to make sure your demand gen efforts are well matched to your increasingly savvy target audiences. Sponsored by Sendoso.

  • Making big improvements in the buyer experience doesn't have to mean a massive amount of immediate work. You can start with a few small changes. To create an outstanding buyer experience, take these four small steps first.

  • The ability to accurately measure your marketing, media, and lead-gen efforts, and to properly attribute success, is vital—especially now when budgets are tight. Learn how analytics and attribution tools and processes can serve your needs and prove ROI. Sponsored by Alight Analytics.

  • Are your marketing programs designed around what you think your customers want, or what you know they want? If you're not taking advantage of customer feedback, you're missing a huge opportunity. Get ready to harness the power of human insight. Sponsored by UserTesting.

  • Unlocking the nuances of the human brain in relation to marketing is a fascinating area of study. Nancy Harhut joins us to talk psychology, behavioral sciences, questionable experiments, and how these all relate to marketing.

  • So you've created awareness, filled the top of your funnel, and captured some pretty attractive leads (if you do say so yourself). Now you just need to nurture those leads and keep the party going. Here's how.

  • There's more magic to creating great lead nurturing than a series of well-timed emails. While that's a good start, you need to understand your target customers if you want to know what to say to them (and when) in order to win more of them over.

  • Technology is transforming selling. For example, 55% of sales data entry was eliminated in 2020 by automation, and 79% of sales teams currently use or are planning to use sales analytics to improve efficiency.

  • Use of intent data is growing, and for good reason. But as with most new digital marketing tools, there is a lot of confusion about what intent data actually is and what it can do for your marketing. Here's a quick overview.

  • Marketing teams are now using virtual events and meetings to generate MQLs. If marketers can do that at scale, though, Sales can get something even more valuable than Marketing-qualified leads: Marketing-qualified meeting (MQMs). Here's what you need to know.