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Demandbase, an ABM solution provider, announced that a new book written by three of its executives will be released at the company’s ABM Innovation Summit, held March 14-15 in San Francisco. Event attendees will receive a complimentary copy of the book, which will then be released to the general public on March 19.
At Demand Gen Report, as well as at our sister publication ABM In Action, we have made it our mission to ensure that we’re providing the latest trends and best practices in the growing realm of account-based strategy. But during a recent webcast we produced with our friends at Engagio, I realized that there is always something to learn when it comes to one of the hottest trends in B2B business today.
The central tenet of ABM is that you choose your customers. It’s the flip side of inbound marketing where clients find and select you, drawn to your business by insightful, relevant content. While inbound marketing casts a wide net, catching everything that swims by, ABM is like spearfishing — you only aim at the fish you want.
I’ve recently seen marketers declaring account-based marketing a failure and have been taken aback by the idea. Failed isn’t a term I would choose to describe ABM. Marketers have been doing ABM successfully for years.
Terminus unveiled new product announcements tied to the growing need for account-based companies to better understand their target account lists, how they engage with potential customers and how it impacts sales conversations. The company’s new Account-Based Platform intends to help marketers better plan, execute and measure account-based marketing and sales efforts.