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  • You know digital outreach helps drive brand awareness and revenue. But your audience craves something more—a more personalized approach. Learn how marketers are generating qualified leads and exceeding their revenue goals by blending traditional outreach with personalized experiences. Sponsored by Sendoso.

  • In the digital age, it can feel fruitless to market to people out "in the wild." But for a truly omnichannel approach, OOH ads shouldn't be ruled out. Here are six ways to take advantage of them.

  • Most people throw out how-to manuals and go straight to YouTube to understand how to do something, and they should be able to do the same for your company. Here are five ways to explain your business with video.

  • Your customers hold the key to unlocking future business. Learn how to leverage customer reviews to boost demand-gen efforts. Sponsored by TrustRadius.

  • Of course you want to lure your competitors' clients, but you may feel stuck in the position of waiting for them to make the switch. Here's how to take action and increase your chances of persuading those prospects.

  • Did you know that 80% of the content we create is often wasted? Learn how to create the content that gets used and gives you a healthy return on your content investment. Sponsored by Allego.

  • You need to attract new people to your business. The right people, those potential ideal customers. Only then can you successfully engage with them. Providing incredible, high-value, educational content will qualify them ready for sales (or move them down your e-commerce pipeline). Then, when it's time for conversion, your success rate will boom.

  • Price increases don't have to mean your customers' running in the opposite direction. Differentiation and open communication can help. Here are some strategic basics of raising prices.

  • It's not an exaggeration to say digital content can make or break your marketing campaigns. So if you're not attracting and connecting with the type of audiences you seek, it's time to level-up your content efforts. Get ready to discover how to engage with more—and better—prospects. Sponsored by Act-On.

  • Getting the right content—content that directly corresponds to a prospect's need—in front of the right people, at the right moment, is a big challenge for today's marketers. But, with the right data and tools, it can be done. And it can drive business growth. Sponsored by Selling Simplified.

  • Buyer journeys are independent of your sales funnel, which is why so much of those journeys is hidden. But there's a way to be there when they set off on their journey. You just need to see the signals.

  • Not every conversion means making a sale—especially in B2B, where every customer goes on a long journey before deciding whether to buy. That journey is made up of micro-conversions. This article provides more information about identifying and tracking them.

  • There may be no magic bullet for increasing lead generation, but tweaking your marketing content can still boost the response to it—and improve lead quality. Here are six easy ways to do that.

  • This recent infographic from LinkedIn Marketing Solutions explores how focusing on both brand and demand marketing can drive exceptional performance for marketers.

  • Content is the lifeblood of your demand gen automation program. But odds are there are things you're not getting right. Learn why content is so important to demand generation automation, how to use it to move consumers through the awareness stages, and which content programs work the best for each life cycle marketing phase.

  • The Ultimate Automation Journey

    Master Class Lesson

    How do you combine the key elements of the demand generation automation journey—buyer psychology, life cycle marketing, and content—into a program that delivers results? In this lesson, instructor Kenda Macdonald shares how to do that using her award-winning, 10-step blueprint for creating a world-class automation journey.

  • Creating an effective content plan is all about understanding and catering to the buyer's awareness stages—unaware, problem aware, solution aware, product aware, and most aware. This lesson digs into each awareness stage and how to use them when planning your attract and engage content. (This lesson includes a worksheet listed under "Supplementary Resources.")

  • Attract and Engage: Lead Magnets

    Master Class Lesson

    Believe it or not, a lead magnet isn't just top-of-funnel content for lead generation. You can (and should) use them throughout the sales process to demonstrate your authority, educate your consumers, and increase lead quality. In this lesson, you'll learn what makes a good lead magnet, what types of content and offers work as lead magnets for top-, middle-, and bottom-of-funnel activities, and where buyer psychology fits in.

  • When done well, lead nurturing campaigns are demand generation automation at its finest: they boost engagement in the short term and maintain that engagement over the long haul. This lesson covers the three fundamentals of an effective demand generation automation nurture program—short-term nurture, long-term nurture, and sales-supporting nurture.

  • Welcome campaigns are your chance to welcome and wow, set expectations, and provide context to new-to-file subscribers. Learn how to develop this must-have campaign, so you aren't wasting valuable follow-up and nurture time introducing yourself.