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Channel Partnerships by the Numbers

Sales and Marketing Management

A survey or more than 100 B2B marketing managers revealed some telling statistics on the importance of their channel partnership strategies. The post Channel Partnerships by the Numbers appeared first on Sales & Marketing Management.

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How to Increase Revenue with Channel Partners

Force Management

A channel program is an effective way to increase your capacity and expand market share, helping you reach your growth goals faster. When executed well, your channel program will decrease the cost of a sale, improve reach into new markets, and grow overall seller capacity without increasing internal headcount.

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Expand Your Use of Digital Channels to Hit Quota

Sales and Marketing Management

Author: Shawn Finder Ask sales and marketing leaders what digital channels they leverage to generate leads and help their teams hit quota and you’ll likely get the same answer over and over: cold calls and emails. These are useful tools, but we’re long past the era where companies can rely solely on them to drive business. Video Email: ?How

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3 Steps to Develop Your Channel Partner Program

Force Management

Channel organizations are an often overlooked, but critical component to increasing market share for complex B2B sales organizations. During my time as VP of PTC’s Worldwide Channel Program, I leaned on a core formula : Productivity x Capacity = Growth.

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How to Improve Demand Generation with Empathy

Speaker: Brian Carroll, CEO & Founder of markempa

Here’s the thing: we have more channels, content, and technology to reach potential customers. However, we can get so caught up in our ABM strategies, systems, tools, and investments that we lose sight of building deep empathy for the people in the accounts. But connecting with and converting buyers has never been more challenging.

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Spread Your Message with Through-Channel Marketing

Sales and Marketing Management

As more B2B companies observe growing sales revenue through indirect channels, brands are realizing the need for effective, scalable execution of marketing campaigns through their channel partners. The post Spread Your Message with Through-Channel Marketing appeared first on Sales & Marketing Management.

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Are Your Channel Relationships Where They Need to Be?

Sales and Marketing Management

Channel partnerships are an effective means of putting more qualified leads in your pipeline and expanding to new markets, but only if the strategy is approached smartly. The post Are Your Channel Relationships Where They Need to Be? appeared first on Sales & Marketing Management.

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Your Ultimate Guide to the Trends Shaping Marketing Data

Trends in cross-channel marketing and analytics. In this report, you’ll learn: How marketers define their roles in the digital-first era. How marketers are adapting to a privacy-focused data ecosystem. The role of data in marketing-led growth and customer experiences.

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Best Practices for Engaging Your Go-To-Market Sales Teams

Speaker: Ruth Stevens, President of eMarketing Strategy

Success tips for improving the effectiveness of your engagement channels. Ways to craft a personalized contact strategy for each buying role at each stage in the buying process. The key metrics to drive your thinking and declare success (Hint: it’s not revenue!). You don't want to miss out on this amazing webinar!

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6 Proven B2B Marketing Strategies and How to Use Them

What happens when strong partnerships, cross-channel strategies, and compelling content come together in a B2B marketing campaign? Happier customers. Higher revenue. A healthier bottom line. Get an in-depth look into six successful B2B marketing campaigns across a wide range of industries. You'll learn: Tips for inspiring your own strategy.

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Transform Your Product Sales Training to Drive More Sales

Gain mindshare and improve channel partner performance. Choosing the right product sales training partner will have a transformative impact on sales reps’ expertise and success. Effective Product Sales Training will: Simplify information and deliver it quickly and effectively. Ramp up new dealer/rep on-boarding. Drive more sales.

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Stop Investing in Forgettable Learning Events

Provide customized training for each of your sales channels? In today’s competitive business environment, the only way to win is with a salesforce that’s fully onboarded and equipped with deep product knowledge, use cases, best practices and objection handling. Create training with a limited staff and budget?

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Product Sales Training – Transformed for Results

Build mindshare and improve channel partner/rep performance. Choosing the right product sales training partner will have a significant impact on sales reps’ expertise and results. Effective product sales training should: Simplify information and deliver it quickly, concisely, and effectively. Speed up new dealer/rep on-boarding.

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Building Your Customer Education Brand: Using Customer Champions to Drive Widespread Program Adoption

Speaker: Natasha Husein, Product Marketing Manager, Clever

Whether it’s via email, within your product, or through another channel, strong branding and marketing efforts are what attract customers to your program, help you build advocacy among your customer base, and drive future growth. In the midst of that development, it’s easy to overlook another core component of your program: marketing.

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So What. So What's Changed?: A Conversation on Customer Engagement for 2022 and Beyond

Speaker: Peter Turley, Author and Award-Winning Marketing & Sales Speaker

Like it or not, during the pandemic, with most of us spending more time than ever at our screens, the average attention span has fallen below the standard set by the goldfish — below six seconds. Our job isn’t to remain stalwart in the face of this trend, but to tailor the way we present our business that meets the buyer where they are now.