Here are 30 questions to ask yourself to gut-check your marketing strategy.
Trust me, demand generation isn't just another catchy word millennials are tacking on to inbound. It has real meaning, it holds value for a company, and should be part of your vocabulary.
Smarketing = sales + marketing. Smarketing brings together marketing and sales and aligns them around the same goals.
Wondering how to attract clients? More specifically, how to attract the ideal client? The answer is all in your company values.
Imagine you’re the marketing director for the Dunder Mifflin paper company (from TV’s “The Office”). Your team has developed a digital marketing strategy with kick-butt content that’s going to really move the needle for DM, but it won't work without buy-in from the sales team. What can you do?
This is the story of how we took Glacial Wood, an inbound marketing client, and connected the HubSpot Sales CRM and helped build a repeatable sales process with sales enablement services. That process has allowed theirs team to better qualify and prioritize the leads coming from their website.
Customer data collection is the single most important key in your marketing strategy. Without data, you’re marketing blindly, hoping to reach your target audience or persona.
As a salesperson, there are a number of reasons why social sharing is important. Here are the main three.
What happens when a metal manufacturing company invests in an inbound marketing campaign? Magic. Magic happens.