Posted by BBN Central on 20th Jul 2022
Personalising ABM at Scale: Here’s How to Do it!
Account-based marketing (ABM) - what does it mean for your organisation? For some, it’s solely focusing on their target accounts.READ MORE
Posted by BBN Strategic Partner - Business Brainz on 10th Feb 2020
Account-Based Marketing has been one of the most preferred B2B strategies for marketers. More than 90% of marketers believe that ABM is essential for the alignment of sales and marketing teams. ABM is all about fostering a better relationship with your target accounts. And especially in this digital transformation era, it’s evident that people aren’t buying products but experiences.
As per a recent PwC survey, “73% of consumers cite customer experience as an important factor in their purchasing decisions”. This shift in consumer behavior is what B2B companies/marketers should take note of. Also, ITSMA reports that of the companies that adopted ABM in the past two years, 55% are seeing a significantly higher ROI than with traditional marketing.
Let’s find out various ways how B2B marketers can generate higher ROI through account-based experience.
Start with identifying your target accounts. It is crucial to know who your ideal customer profile (ICP) is. Research helps identify who your ideal accounts are – from their financials to their strategic objectives and priorities. Through leveraging simple desk-based research you will be able to understand your ideal customer companies better and be more aligned with them. Target account’s acquisitions and divestitures information also play an integral part while engaging with the accounts. A clear picture of the target account’s landscape makes it easy to win.
B2B companies are facing an increasingly complex sales cycle. One of the reasons behind this is the increasing number of decision-makers in a buying decision. It has become of utmost priority to have an aligned sales and marketing team. Meaningful sales and marketing alignment occurs when revenue growth is achieved. Focusing on customers must be a top priority. Moreover, teams must spend collaborating and sharing experiences.
Customers no longer make a purchase based on price. The overall customer experience is what lies beneath the purchase decision. Customers rely on both online and offline engagement with the company. Formulate strategies that help to build a strong relationship with your target accounts. This will also help to manage post-purchase customer lifecycle or retention as well as grow accounts. Besides, it is essential to realize that the ABM strategy needs to be humanistic in approach. It is no brainer that keeping account-based experience at the heart of ABM is what will help companies sail in this era of digital transformation.
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Posted by BBN Central on 25th Jan 2022
Andrew Haussegger, co-founder and CEO of BBN Partner, Green Hat, headquartered in Melbourne, Australia talked to us recently about Account-basedREAD MORE
Posted by BBN Central on 29th Sep 2021
BBN is incredibly excited to launch BBNmixtape - a new podcast for B2B marketers. In every episode, we cut throughREAD MORE