Recently, Petra Coach presented a webinar, Well…Marketing Just Changed…with Ben Rigsby.
You can find the full recording below.
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This is not 2022 marketing trends – it’s about the fundamental shift in the expectations of marketers: what that means for organizations, us as marketers and shrinking the gap in between the two.
Typical Marketing Responsibilities:
- Creating & managing promotional materials
- Multi-channel campaigns
- Events (marketing them & putting them on)
- Organizational branding
- Internal communications
- Presentation decks/templates
- PR & media
- Customer research
- Overseeing vendors & agency relationships
- Social media
Marketing is not necessarily changing – we’re still responsible for all these things – but it’s evolving.
2 Main Marketing Buckets:
- Image based marketing: Representing/credentialing the brand
- Direct response: Drive leads & activity (MQL>SQL)
These two are gold standard for what marketing is supposed to do for an organization.
AND it is now more!
A New Set of Expectations:
Marketing’s role is expanding within organizations and the outcomes by which we are judged are changing
A Changed Landscape:
The rules by which we play are changing in this cookieless world
- Old stats: click thru, bounce rate
- These are now just leading indicators
- New stats: lifetime value of a customer, sales cycle, CX, sales experience, data analytics
The tried-and-true tactics we’ve used in our game are shifting beneath our feet.
So NOW what data do we have access to?
- Explosion in all things digital
- How do we automate everything?
- And what we can’t automate – how do we optimize it?
The Great Convergence
3 teams together for the first time:
Marketing is the only area in a business that has the ability to span across and support all base line functions.
The Convergence Highlights:
- Intelligence & connectivity
- Owning your data and leveraging it
- Marketing Automation
- Internal & External
- Creating the personal experience for the customer and meeting them where they are in the journey
- Focused Targeting
Understanding your audience(s) through captured data
It is through the CRM that we are best able to create customers and prospect segments (product interest, demographics, buyer intent)
- Personalized Content
In connection with Marketing Automation, the avility to drive personalized content to your audience
- Tracking & Handoffs
The ability to understand user patterns, objectively see what is working and not, and create a seamless handoff to your sales counterparts
92% of leading marketers are now relying on 1st party data
- Increase Revenue & Average Deal Size
Automating cross-sells, up-sells and customer follow ups
- Target Across Multiple Channels
Build automated sequences across email, SMS, social, phone calls & traditional print
- Reduce Lead Conversion
Through the use of lead-scoring and automation, you will make the sales process more efficient and deploy resources on actionable intel
- Cross-Department Automation
Ability to trigger internal process and workflows based off marketing, sales and operational trigger points (accounting, delivery/production)
72% lead conversion decrease
80% of customers expect a personalized experience
- Salesforce Pardot
- Microsoft Dynamics 365
Lead Scoring Template
Marketing Plan Template
Standard Automated Workflows:
- Customer Anniversary
- New Customer
- Hiring Process
- Employee onboarding
- Marketing is more than marketing
- Get new clients
- Close them faster
- Keep them longer
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