Posts Tagged "Director HR"

[5 Steps] Account-Based Marketing when Targeting Training & HR

Posted on Sep 21, 2020 in Blog, Principles of Success, Training and HR

If you’re not yet using Account-Based Marketing in your B2B outreach, it is certainly worth investigating… As a matter of fact, ABM can have a huge positive impact on your company’s bottom line as evidenced by the following. Of companies using an ABM strategy: 87% report that ABM outperforms every other marketing investment (Source: ITSMA) 91% increased their average deal size, and 25% of respondents saw increases of > 50% revenue per deal. (Source: SiriusDecisions) The average annual contract value increased by > 170% (Source: ABM Leadership Alliance) Account-Based...

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30+% Turnover in Training & HR…How Stale is YOUR List? by Jae-ann Rock

Posted on Sep 2, 2020 in Blog, Meeting/Event Planning, Training and HR

High Turnover in Corporate Training & HR means your in-house list data is constantly changing. The fact is, list data grows stale quickly, resulting in wasted time and energy marketing/selling to those contacts. So what factors should you consider to mitigate “stale data”? What is the average “change rate” in corporate training & HR? How quickly does data become stale in the L&D industry? Let’s review a few facts here to help you gauge the depth of the data quality issue… FACT #1: Data quality decays quickly in the Training & HR industries, especially now… Over...

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Ask THESE 5 Questions before Purchasing Another List by Jae-ann Rock

Posted on Aug 10, 2020 in Blog, Meeting/Event Planning, Training and HR

When marketing and selling to Corporate Training and HR, you are always looking for better ways to find quality leads. You might attend trade shows, network via LinkedIn, and/or purchase marketing lists from time-to-time. But – if you are purchasing an INEXPENSIVE list of contacts – you may be inadvertently using THE most expensive way to source quality leads. Although buying an inexpensive list may appear to be a good option to secure lots of prospects for little investment, this is probably the worst way to go about sourcing leads. Why?  Well, that “inexpensive” list you purchased probably...

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How to Build a Comprehensive Prospect Profile (Part 2 of 2) by Pat Ryan

Posted on Jul 13, 2020 in Blog, Meeting/Event Planning, Training and HR

What is the best way to build a comprehensive profile of your prospect? In our last blog post, we covered SPIN selling techniques, a framework used to gather valuable information from your prospects to assist in the sales process. This week, in part two of this topic, we’ll dig deeper by sharing Question Guidelines designed to help you build a more comprehensive prospect profile to improve sales results. Ask your prospects the following questions to help them open up, allowing you to more quickly understand their situation and identify areas of potential need: Question Guidelines When...

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5 Ways to Nurture your “Not Now” Prospects by Jae-ann Rock

Posted on Jun 8, 2020 in Blog, Principles of Success, Training and HR

You’ve worked hard to turn a number of leads into a pipeline of qualified prospects…BUT, not every prospect is ready to buy when you contact them. So – how do you stay in front of prospects when they’ve said, “not now”? Prospects need time to develop trust in you, your company, and your services before they will consider buying from you. As a matter of fact, data has shown it takes an average of seven impressions before a prospect will remember your company. But, it’s not just the number of touches that matters…it is also the quality of those touches. What does this mean for those in...

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