While marketing leaders may have access to thousands of data points and hundreds of reports, they may not be focused on those that are most impactful to the business.
Growing complexity and mounting pressure to prove impact are just two reasons why marketing is more challenging today than it has ever been before. The combination of more available channels, more informed customers, the proliferation of data, and the constant need to prove contribution to revenue and other goals has resulted in mounting pressure on marketers to become more thoughtful planners and better stewards of their budgets. But as long as they’re still stuck trying
We recently had a fantastic interview with Giles House and one of the topics of the discussion was sales and marketing alignment. Fresh off that interview, InsideView recently published these predictions for sales and marketing alignment. They’re based on the new book, Aligned to Achieve: How to Unite Your Sales and Marketing Teams into a Single Force for Growth, authored by InsideView’s CMO Tracy Eiler, and VP of Enterprise Sales Andrea Austin. The predictions were based on the results of
For over a decade, we’ve observed Sales Operations help monitor and execute sales strategies in real-time at organizations. While the Vice President worked on long-term strategies and growth, sales operations was more tactical and provided daily leadership and coaching to keep the ball moving. It’s the difference between the head coach and the offensive coach. What is Marketing Operations? With the advent of omnichannel marketing strategies and marketing automation, we’ve seen success in the industry
With high volumes of data created across multiple marketing channels, brands are challenged to organize and active the right data assets to maximize cross-channel performance. To better understand your target audience, drive more sales, and reduce marketing waste, you need to align your brand segmentation with digital activation and reporting. You must align the why they purchase with the who that buys (audience segmentation) to the what (experience) and how (digital activation) so that all