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Forrester Exec Elaborates On B2B Marketing & Sales Predictions For 2020

As buyers are becoming increasingly self-reliant, they are also increasingly expecting to be served in the buying process by marketing and sales. Not only will 2020 see buyers’ demands and expectations increase, but marketing and sales teams will be pushed to develop their strategies and approaches quickly enough to keep up with the evolving buyers and digital tools.

Increasing Leadership Expectations Fuel Account Targeting, Alignment Initiatives For B2B CMOs

With expectations from the CEO and the boardroom continuing to increase, B2B CMOs are deepening their focus on proper strategy and planning for the New Year to streamline the customer journey and drive measurable results within the marketing department. This includes reinforcing better alignment, targeting and measurement strategies that can help bolster account-based marketing campaigns and have a positive impact on revenue goals.

#SPS19: Tackling Your 2020 Content Plan With The Customer In Mind

Having a well-thought-out content plan for the New Year is essential to delivering a top-notch buyer and customer experience no matter where they are in their journey. During Demand Gen Report’s 2019 Strategy & Planning Series, a variety of experts from companies such as Content4Demand, ON24 and Uberflip shared tactical tips and best practices for making the most out of your content and engaging customers and buyers with the proper messaging to accelerate deals.  

Talkdesk Taps Former Salesforce Exec As First CMO

1kathiejohnsonTalkdesk, a cloud contact center for sales and support teams, announced the hiring of Kathie Johnson as its first CMO. She will be tasked with the development and execution of the company’s marketing strategy and will report directly to Talkdesk CEO Tiago Paiva.

Why Are B2B Tech Firms Ripe For Social Selling?

Mike OrrOne constant exists today in B2B tech sales: people buy from people. Most importantly, people buy from people they trust. In fact, LinkedIn’s State of Sales reports consistently find trust to be the most influential factor in buying decisions. In the last 10 years, companies have invested heavily in marketing technology to deliver an educational and personalized buying experience. Delivering this value to buyers builds trust with the company brand; but for B2B tech sales, that’s just the beginning. 

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