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Terrific lineup today starting at 9:30 with a replay of David Lewis' interview with Daniel Waas of GoToWebinar. They discussed Reinventing the use of webinars for lead generation. Next Anna Fisher of ZoomInfo joins Jim on the topic of, How Companies Are Using Databases to Improve Sales & Marketing Productivity. Jim continues his series of "5 most important things learned" with his guest, Paul Teshima of Nudge.ai. Matt's guest is Mark Godley of LeadGenius. How lead augmentation drives greater sales pipeline contribution is their discussion topic. Greg Mooney hosts PICNIC this week and welcome Joy Beland of Pink Hat Technology. They cover a most important topic: The Importance of Human Element in Fighting Cyber Crime.
Full schedule today. David Lewis kicks us off at 9:30 am Pacific with his guest, Daniel Day.
- How ABM fosters tighter alignment between Sales and Marketing
- The process for establishing targets for sales teams
- Why ABM can be easier for driving growth than traditional demand generation
Some of these topics covered on the other shows include: It’s Budget Time and this year may be different for many marketers as expectations of “marketing revenue management” have increased. The 5 Step Model for Operationalizing an SPB&M. Also, Why is marketing automation important to any (IT) organization? Jim has a candid conversation with Lars Helgeson CEO of GreenRope. He discusses what he learned from rejection, over-coming resistance, and why he needed to build partnership with employees as well as the external partnerships so important in building a business. Matt's guest is Maureen Ezekwugo getting you on track to take your sales career to the next level. Points include: Four traits or skills needed to make it in sales management AND How to position yourself for the next opportunity to advance your sales career.
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Mathew Sweezey, Author of Marketing Automation for Dummies and Principle of Marketing Insights at Salesforce is interviewed on DemandGen Radio hosted by David Lewis.
Mathew provides his perspectives on:
- What has changed since the publication of his book on marketing automation in 2013
This week we have a full schedule: David Lewis explains the benefits of analytics. Then Jim Obermayer welcomes Patrick Renvoise to continue the conversation started last week with David Lewis about Neuromarketing. John Bruno of Forrester goes over a recent study of CRM systems, Liz Pearce of Liquid Planner joins Matt Heinz and we wind the day up with Kevin Conklin interviewing Jeff Kaplan of Ipswitch. Listen live staring at 9:30am Pacific:
Sales people get paid more because revenue can be directly attributed to their performance. I ask you, can marketing’s performance be tied to revenue? Finally, the answer is yes and it’s essential to do so to change marketing’s perception from a cost center to revenue generation.
It's only September, but IT Horror stories are always interesting, especially if you can sigh relief that it hasn't happened to you... yet. Phill Keene drives home what need to know about the imporance of a sales process DEFINITION. You can't follow it, until you define it. David Lewis starts out the day and keeps us going with ideas on neuromarketing principles. Insights from Anthony Iannarino are ALWAYS worth the note taking. Don't miss today.
9:30 am Pac: DemandGen Radio with David Lewis
We are excited as always with the line up of guests this week. We kick off with David Lewis, aka DemandGenDave teaching us how to implement lead nurturing program. From there Peter Gillett answers the question, "Why should people LOVE tradeshows?" CRM Radio is a replay of an episode featuring Andrea Lechner-Becker of LeadMD, "How developed is your marketing department?" Great questions to help see what you are doing right and what may need to go on the list of goals for the upcoming quarter and year. Following her is Joshua Baez with Matt Heinz talking about the PERFECT Persona. We end our day with John Stewart and Kevin Conklin talking about What’s up on Network Security in 2018.