Marketing operations that rely on satisfaction surveys may be fooling themselves into thinking they don't have a customer retention problem. Here's what you should do instead to learn the truth.
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Many B2B marketing operations think pricing is someone else's problem. But when you learn what can happen when the prices are wrong, you'll see why pricing is your problem after all.
There seems to be a bit of confusion and debate in the space about whether Marketing Operations should be a tactical or strategic function. So, where do we stand on the issue and why?
While the conventional wisdom may say that Marketing Ops should simply measure, monitor, and report whatever management wants to see, learn why we have a very different perspective on the matter...
We regularly hear from subscribers asking how to create or improve their marketing strategy. And we've found that effective strategies are able to answer these 6 questions.
If you aren't creating enough leads or enough good leads for your sales team, you'll need to find the root cause of the problem in order to solve it.
Sometimes you run across marketing messages that are so full of platitudes and buzzwords that they're comical. Take a look at these amazing examples and the advice we have to be sure you don't fall into the same trap these companies did.
As human beings, we're somewhat hardwired to view "fixing problems" as a high priority. But if all you're looking at are marketing problems, you could be missing out on opportunities that are much bigger and far more impactful.