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- Why would a marketing team focus on profits? If the sales team is focused on revenues, wouldn't it be best to align with that?
- What do close rates have to do with lead generation?
- Any ideas for teaching our salespeople how to deal with Procurement?
- Why would a B2B customer defect if they are saying they're satisfied?
- What are the different buyer types we might be negotiating with?
- Any tips for getting others in our company on-board with conducting more rigorous competitive analysis?
- If we hire experienced reps, shouldn't they already know what to do?
- What if the root-causes are in an area that I don't have a lot of lot influence over?
- What's the problem with using BANT for prospect qualification?
- Since salespeople have an incentive, why would they disqualify valid leads?
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Predicting the Future of B2B Marketing
What if you could talk to the top thought leaders in B2B marketing and get their predictions about where B2B marketing is headed in the future? Paul Salvaggio of Backbone Media did just that. And in this expert interview, Paul reveals what he learned.View This Interview
How to Develop Real Competitive "Kill Sheets"
Competitive kill sheets are a great tool to help salespeople in the field. But most so-called kill sheets are nothing more than glorified competitive profiles. In this concise tutorial, learn how to develop real, strategic competitive kill sheets that highlight and reinforce the competitive differences that actually matter to prospects.View This Tutorial
Lowering the Cost of Customer Churn in B2B
It's not uncommon for 30-50% of a company's customer base to be in some stage of defection. We spoke with Javier Aldrete and learned the new approaches companies are using to recover the revenue they're losing to customer defection and churn.View This Interview
The Ugly Truth About Follow-Up on New Leads
Most of the leads your team generates are going into a black hole! In this guide, learn why 70% of new leads are not being followed-up by sales...and what you should be doing about it.View This Guide
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