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Doing more with less: Account-Based Marketing

Most B2B website visitors are potential customers with no guarantee to convert. Traditional marketing methods often fall short in this regard. Blanket mass communication demands significant capital, yet the conversion rate from marketing-qualified leads (MQLs) to sales-qualified leads (SQLs) remains low. Furthermore, with 41% of companies utilizing email marketing, the email marketing space is becoming […]

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The Art of High-Performing B2B Email Campaigns

Every marketer, sales specialist and digital marketing executive knows the weight that email campaigns carry when it comes to bringing in genuine inquiries and leads, growing customer-brand connect and boosting overall conversion rates and amplifying revenues. An email is potentially a very powerful ‘captive’ one-to-one connect with the targeted recipient!   Email campaigns provide businesses

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How Low-Code empowers B2B Marketing

Companies and consumers are embracing digital change at scale. With customer experience turning more personal by the minute, technology-aligned frameworks are saturating the functional landscape, streamlining and integrating business units into a digital whole. To keep up with evolving trends, businesses are leveraging virtual resources to deliver well-architected digital journeys. Marketing, for example, has cultured

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Why should brands allow the revenue driver seat to be occupied by marketers?

Organizations across the globe acknowledge that the customer landscape has radically and rapidly transformed over the years, to remain relevant marketers are left with little choice but to move forward fearlessly. Their responsibilities have expanded over time to include metrics like cross-sell, upsell, customer engagement, revenue, etc along with inquiries, responses, and impressions. More and

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