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In this on-demand webinar, Jim Higgins focuses on what's happening with tech adoption and purchasing in the Fortune 1000 and provides real world examples of practical strategies for targeting the right accounts at the right time.
As organizations dramatically increase their content marketing volume, they’re driving unprecedented volumes of inbound leads. But a lead is only “hot” for so long and our research shows that it takes 31 dials to qualify a single lead - even when it's warm.
Strong brands and huge revenues indicate lots of opportunity among the Fortune 1000, but that’s not always the case. A recent study of the Fortune 1000 reveals some smart strategies for attacking this coveted market.
At the recent MarTech conference, account-based marketing (ABM) was a hot topic. As part of the discussion, BAO was featured as a provider of ABM “insights,” that helps sales and marketing teams “understand what is relevant and resonant at accounts.”
While the Fortune 1000 has always been a hot target market, the “big companies = big opportunity” logic isn’t foolproof. BAO recently surveyed 208 organizations in the Fortune 1000 to understand current budgeted initiatives and technology purchasing trends.
Each year, BAO honors our top performers with the ISR and MRS of the Year awards. With presidential primaries upon us and an election on the horizon, we’ve embraced the year’s big decision and created our own candidate comparison with this year's winners.
Generating leads is more important to B2B technology sales & marketing teams that ever before as many organizations are focused on creating an increasing volume of leads. But another challenge that’s equally important: following up on all those leads.
It’s that time of year – everyone is coming off sales kickoff season. Assignments may have shuffled and everyone is enthusiastic – but when kickoff breaks, reality sets in. New targets require a fair amount of research.