Can Artificial Intelligence Find your Next Customer?
Alex Terry, Chief Executive Officer
Carl Landers, Senior Vice President and CMO
Book Review with the Author: Maximizing Lead Generation: The Complete Guide for B2B Marketers
Author Ruth P. Stevens is interviewed on August 13, 2015, 10:30 Pacific time by SLMA Radio Host Jim Obermayer about her book Maximizing Lead Generation. We will discuss her step by step lead generation recommendations, see if the top media options have changed in the time since the book was published and if her predictions on the ways lead generation is going to evolve has started to come true.
About the book: Maximizing Lead Generation: The Complete Guide for B2B Marketers
Paperback, 11 Chapters, 199 pages plus index
- The Case for Lead Generation
- Campaign Planning
- The Marketing Database
- Campaign Development
- Campaign Media Selection
- Response Planning and Management
- Lead Equalization
- Lead Nurturing
- Metrics and Testing
- The Fast Evolving Future of Lead Generation
About Ruth P. Stevens
Ruth P. Stevens consults on customer acquisition and retention, teaches marketing at business schools in the U.S. and abroad, and is a contributor to HBR.org, AdAge, Biznology and Target Marketing Magazine. Crain's BtoB magazine named Ruth one of the 100 Most Influential People in Business Marketing. Her newest book is B2B Data-Driven Marketing: Sources, Uses, Results. She is also the author of Maximizing Lead Generation: The Complete Guide for B2B Marketers, andTrade Show and Event Marketing, and co-author of the white paper series, "B-to-B Database Marketing." Ruth is a director of the HIMMS Media Group and the Business Information Industry Association. She also serves as a mentor to fledgling companies at the ERA business accelerator in New York City. She is past chair of the DMA Business-to-Business Council, and past president of the Direct Marketing Club of New York. Ruth has held senior marketing positions at Time Warner, Ziff-Davis, and IBM and holds an MBA from Columbia University. Learn more at www.ruthstevens.com.
Marketing departments spend from a few percent of yearly sales to 20% or more. If marketing managers can't follow the money they aren't doing their job. In our program this week with Paul Petersen, GM and Vice President of GoldMine Software we discuss ways that marketing management can make better decisions in lead generation and lead management by following the money. This program is live, not scripted and the host is Jim Obermayer. Mr. Petersen was a guest on SLMA Radio when he addressed the subject: Why CRM is NOT a settled science! It is one of the most listened to programs so far in 2015.
About Paul Petersen
Mr. Petersen is the general manager and vice president of the GoldMine business unit of HeatSoftware Inc. His career spans working with sales & marketing systems and process having developed, managed, and sold for companies including McDonald's Corp, General Electric , Symantec, Allied Van Lines and now has 16 years with CRM background at GoldMine. Mr. Petersen holds a JD from Loyola University of Chicago and was one of the first to be awarded the Professional Certified Marketer designation by the American Marketing Association.
Headquartered in Milpitas, CA., USA, GoldMine is a division of FrontRange Solutions. GoldMine is a leading provider of mobile relationship management solutions for small businesses worldwide. Over 1 million users have selected GoldMine to help them manage over 1 billion relationships. GoldMine has been selected by businesses in more than 80 verticals and 45 countries to grow their businesses and build enduring relationships.
Let's catch you up: Machine learning is a sub-field of computer science that evolved from the study of pattern recognition and computational learning theory in artificial intelligence. Machine learning explores the construction and study of algorithms that can learn from and make predictions on data.
Chris Lynde, Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Mike Griffiths, Co-Founder and Chief Analytic Officer
Conferences and trade shows are part of every industry. Whether you and your company participate in them is part of your marketing plan. Once you have your plan and schedule - how are you going to prepare to make the most of the money you spend on attending, exhibiting, sponsoring or speaking at these events? Do you have enough staff to get it covered; and not only COVERED but NAILED?