Curated Content • 2 years ago
Buzz or Bust: Account Based Marketing?
Public domain image from pixabay.com. Lewis Gersh "Chief Stamp Licker" at Pebblepost : ABM is driven by the increased desire for personalization.
Consider 46% of consumers said the number one benefit of personalized advertising was reducing irrelevant ads—and business decisions are made by multiple layers of decision makers a.k.a. consumers .
Daniel Incandela SVP Global Marketing at ReturnPath : This is so close to being the real deal and could still be a game-changer. But ultimately, success from ABM relies on having strong, trustworthy organizational data and smart analysts to determine the execution strategy.
Until companies do a better job of prioritizing data quality and analysis, ABM will remain out of reach for most. Peter Isaacson CMO at Demandbase : ABM has allowed marketers to get away from only tracking CTRs, MQLs and website clicks and instead focus on how much marketing contributes in pipeline and bookings.
In 2016 we saw explosive growth in ABM acceleration and adoption, with more than 70 percent of B2B companies focused on driving ABM programs.