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10
Oct 2019

The Five Easy Pieces of A Marketing Attribution Model You Should-Know

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Barriers to Measuring ROI

Tessa Burg, VP of User Experience and Technology Strategy at Tenlo, says that B2B marketers that want to track the ROI of their digital efforts would be wise to consider an Attribution Model.  Lead sources should no longer be simply attributed to one source and neither should the credit be given to that source for the eventual sale. To access the true ROI of each marketing channel, B2B companies must find ways to adjust their traditional success metrics.

In this easy to follow podcast, you will learn the five easy pieces of the puzzle that every marketer needs to solve in order to be more accurate in reporting sales to one or many sources.

More about Marketing Attribution can be found in an article Tessa authored, “The Customer Journey and the ROI of MarketingSales and Marketing Management Magazine, Sept/Oct 2019, page 16.

About Tessa Burg

Tessa Burg is Vice President of User Experience and Technology Strategy at Tenlo, a pipeline marketing company that focuses on engaging high-value prospects with relevant buyer experiences that get results.

About Tenlo 

Tenlo, an AMG company, has a specialized team of pipeline marketers. We focus on engaging only high-value prospects with relevant buyer experiences that get results.

Our parent company was incubating different marketing approaches designed to accelerate prospects through the sales pipeline to close sales faster. This approach, coined pipeline marketing, was such a game-changer for clients that AMG chose to roll out a company devoted to the practice. That’s when Tenlo was born.

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1
Oct 2019

F#ck Content Marketing: It’s All About Content Experience

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Whether we know it or not, we're all creating content experiences. Sometimes, they just suck...
 
Today's guest is a rule-breaking marketer and a leader in the content experience movement. Randy Frisch, CMO, and Co-Founder of Uberflip, joins the Revenue Rebels podcast to share how marketers can evolve their thinking around content marketing and content experience.

Host, Rhoan Morgan sits down with Frisch to discuss:

  • Why business leaders must prioritize content experiences
  • What a successful content experience looks like
  • The biggest roadblocks marketers experience

P.S. We do drop an F-bomb or two in today’s episode, so turn the volume down or use headphones if you’re around children or in the office.

About Our Guest

Randy Frisch is the CMO and Co-Founder of Uberflip, a content experience platform that empowers marketers to create content experiences at every stage of the buyer’s journey. He has defined and led this movement, prompting marketers to think beyond content creation and truly put their customers first by focusing on the experience. He is also a host of Conex: The Content Experience Show podcast was named one of the Top 50 Fearless Marketers in the world by Marketo, and is the best-selling author of F#ck Content Marketing: Focus on Content Experience (yeah, he swears sometimes).

 

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Revenue Rebels is hosted by Rhoan Morgan of DemandLab which is a program on the Funnel Radio Channel.  DemandLab is the sponsor of Revenue Rebels

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24
Sep 2019

How New Salespeople Build a Repeatable, Daily Framework for Success

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There is no secret sauce to being successful in sales. It all starts with building a consistent, repeatable, scalable daily activity framework that ensures you do what needs to be done.

Our guest in this episode is  James is a sales professional and front-line Salesforce advocate with a decade of experience across industries, spanning from wireless retail sales to complex B2B sales. His unique mixture of full cycle sales, sales development, enablement, and leadership experience has resulted in his real world, practical views on what works for sales teams. He is fiercely passionate about all things sales, especially providing a voice for salespeople who are just beginning their careers.

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SLMA Radio is hosted by James Obermayer of Funnel Media Group which is a program on the Funnel Radio Channel.  Funnel Media Group is the sponsor of SLMA Radio

Funnel Media Group, LLC   

19
Sep 2019

Six Ways to Make Email Work Smarter for Marketing and Sales

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 Everyone in marketing and sales agrees on three things about email, it is indispensable, inexpensive as a promotional tool, and hugely inefficient unless used right.  In this episode of SLMA Radio we interviewed Nick Lissette, CEO of Black Pearl and we discussed how marketing and sales can use email more efficiently.

Nick Lissette - FOUNDER AND CTO of Black Pearl Mail

Nick Lissette is the Founder and Chief Technology Officer of Black Pearl Mail. With almost a decade of experience in business email, Nick also serves as a Director on both the Fiduciary and Advisory Boards. Nick is an ‘entrepreneur’s entrepreneur’ with a keen knack of identifying emerging technologies and markets. He has won numerous awards and international recognition for his efforts in the global anti-spam community. His SaaS cloud email security company was at the forefront of the cloud managed service revolution in 2007. This anti-spam company grew into a joint venture organization called SpamDunk, which was successfully sold in 2012 as a Silvercloud Mail Company. Outside of work, Nick is a family man and a keen sportsman.

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SLMA Radio is hosted by James Obermayer of Funnel Media Group which is a program on the Funnel Radio Channel. The Funnel Media Group is the sponsor of SLMA Radio

  Funnel Radio Podcast Channel by the Funnel Media Group, LLC

9
Sep 2019

When Marketing Inserts Itself Into the Sales Pipeline, Who Owns it?

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To answer this question, we have gone to Christopher Ryan, Founder and CEO of Fusion Marketing Partners.  The answer to this will guide both marketing and sales to better understand their role in pipeline management because today they both have a stake in the outcome.  

With the advent of more sophisticated CRM systems, marketing automation software, some AI applications and years of frustration on the part of Marketing, the uncomfortable question is now being posed: Does marketing own the sales funnel, aka the sales pipeline?

To answer this question, we have gone to Christopher Ryan, Founder and CEO of Fusion Marketing Partners.  The answer to this question will guide both marketing and sales to better understand their role in pipeline management.

About Christopher Ryan

Chris Ryan has 25 years of marketing, technology, and senior management experience, and is a widely known expert in B2B marketing, lead-to-revenue modeling, sales strategy, and business startups. As both a services provider and in-house marketing executive, Chris has written four books on marketing and information technology, including the recently published Winning B2B Marketing.

About Fusion Marketing Partners

Fusion Marketing Partners (FMP) is a B2B marketing agency that specializes in helping companies create powerful lead-to-revenue machines to turn around their stalled or underperforming marketing and sales operations and build value in their business. FMP’s strategic expertise and vigorous execution of proven tactics has quickly driven measurable improvements in awareness, leads and revenue for B2B clients across the U.S. and internationally. The company was founded by principals with deep experience in B2B marketing, sales, business development, web marketing, and public relations — from successful startups to Silicon Valley giants. To find out more, visit http://www.fusionmarketingpartners.com.

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6
Sep 2019

Why Successful Acquisitions Need Marketing at the Forefront

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Lauren Weiner, Executive Director, Marketing at IHS Markit has been through four acquisitions in her career and has some tips, insights, and word of wisdom for marketers. In this episode of Revenue Rebels, we explore what happens in the first hectic months after acquisition and how marketing can smooth the transition. Host Rhoan Morgan and Lauren Weiner discuss:

  • How marketing should prepare for an acquisition
  • How to pivot and adjust the brand on the fly
  • Collaborating with the right business teams
  • Integrating marketing technology across businesses
  • Overcoming challenges to achieve success
About Our Guest
Lauren drives marketing and strategic planning efforts for IHS Markit’s Private Markets and Corporate businesses on a global scale. She is also responsible for enhancing client relationships through network affecting experiences and ensuring that client-facing sales and service professionals are able to communicate and deliver the unique value that IHS Markit’s products and services bring to clients and business partners. Lauren joined IHS Markit through the acquisition of Ipreo in July of 2018. Prior to Ipreo’s acquisition of iLEVEL, Lauren held the role of iLEVEL’s Head of Marketing. As a leader with nearly 15 years of experience, Lauren has a well-rounded marketing background in both B2B and B2C.

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Revenue Rebels is hosted by Rhoan Morgan of DemandLab which is a program on the Funnel Radio Channel.  DemandLab is the sponsor of Revenue Rebels

DemandLab   Funnel Radio Podcast Channel by the Funnel Media Group, LLC

4
Sep 2019

Three Tactical Areas Winners Use - Podcast with Karen Hayward

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SLMA guest host and board member Dan McDade (recent CEO of PointClear) and now of Prospect Experience interviews Karen Hayward a managing partner of Chief Outsiders on the subject of what separates winners and losers in the revenue wars. The interview covers three tactical areas that winners use and loses fail to implement. Very interesting.

 About the Guest: About Karen Hayward

Karen Hayward is a Managing Partner with Chief Outsiders, responsible for West Coast Operations. She is a results-oriented marketing, sales, and operations executive with a proven track record for building and executing strategic programs that accelerate revenue. Karen joined Chief Outsiders from EarthLink where she completed the integration of their acquisition of CenterBeam.

At CenterBeam, she spent a decade as CMO. Karen’s early career set the stage for her later successes; while at Xerox Canada Ltd., she held a variety of corporate marketing, and sales leadership positions, ultimately developing and leading the company’s first industry-focused go-to-market effort as VP and General Manager for the Financial Services sector. From 1995 to 1998 she held VP of Marketing and Director of Product Marketing roles within Xerox Canada. Karen was our “boss” during her time at CenterBeam. During one five-year period, CenterBeam credited PointClear with helping them grow 45% per year compound annual growth. Karen, welcome to the broadcast.   

About Chief Outsiders

Chief Outsiders, LLC is a nationwide "Executives-as-a-Service" firm, with more than 60 part-time, or fractional, Chief Marketing Officers (CMOs) engaged from coast-to-coast. Unlike other strategic marketing and management consulting firms, each CMO has held the position of VP Marketing or higher at one or more operating companies. Chief Outsiders have served on the executive team of over 600 client companies to drive growth strategy and execution plans for a fraction of the cost of a full-time executive.

Because of its market-based growth plans, quality of leadership, and experienced team, Chief Outsiders has been recognized for the past four years by Inc. Magazine as one of the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the US, and was recognized in the Houston Business Journal's Fast 100

About the host Dan McDade

McDade is the founding partner of Prospect Experience.  Dan McDade founded PointClear in 1997 to help B2B companies with complex sales processes drive revenue through lead generation, qualification and nurturing. For close to 20 years, he’s been instrumental in developing strategies that assure 100% of leads delivered to client sales organizations are fully qualified to client specifications. 

Dan is the author of The Truth About Leads, a book about how to focus lead-generation efforts, align sales and marketing, and drive revenue. He also wrote From Chaos to Kickass, an ebook detailing the benefits of sales and marketing optimization. 

The Sales Lead Management Association named Dan one of the 50 Most Influential People in sales lead management for five consecutive years. In addition, he was named one of the Top 50 Sales & Marketing Influencers for three years by Top Sales World. 

 

31
Aug 2019

Recipe for Growth: How LeadMD Grew 133% Year Over Year

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Program host, Jim Obermayer, read a recent press release from LeadMD and what caught his eye was the 133% growth figure for their year over year sales so far in 2019.   “Why” is the question Obermayer asked the company.  The answer prompted the interview for this program with Justin Gray the CEO of LeadMD.  His response is both interesting and predictable for a company that counts several thousand companies as its clients.

Justin Gray bio (Founder, CEO)

Justin Gray is a serial entrepreneur who has launched four multi-million- dollar companies, become a recognized speaker and has been published over 350 times throughout his career. Justin is the CEO and founder of LeadMD, a role he’s held for the past ten years. He also co-founded PaidSuite, a SaaS payment technology provider, and led the company through a successful acquisition in 2017. He is the co-founder of Greyson Organics, an organic farm in rural Missouri he co-owns and operates with his father, as well. Justin and his wife, Jennifer, met over marketing in 2013, welcomed their first child, Grayson, in 2018 and are expecting a daughter in November 2019. 

Bob Blount bio (Vice President of Sales)

Bob Blount is a passionate sales/marketing and business development leader focused on profitability, accountability, and results. He has 20 years of sales and marketing experience and 10 years of business development, SaaS, marketing, account-based marketing, digital communications experience. He is a former Board Chairman of MedicAlert Foundation and has received recognition including top sales awards, most profitable sales team awards and has been named one of Healthcare Information Technology (HIT) top 100. Bob joined LeadMD as Vice President of Sales earlier this month.

About LeadMD

LeadMD is the number one performance marketing consultancy in the U.S. Launched in 2009, LeadMD empowers marketers to drive revenue and customer success. The company focuses on people, processes, and technology that create predictable and sustainable revenue for high growth and enterprise brands. LeadMD has helped thousands of brands improve and deliver value through strategy and proven tactics that work. For more information, visit https://www.leadmd.com or email at go@leadmd.com.

 

28
Aug 2019

What You Don’t Teach in Sales Training That Guarantees Failure

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When sales reps are hired, they are often tested for sales skills and personality traits. References are checked, previous employers called, they are trained on the products and considered ready to sell. Yet, the number one skill is overlooked: the ability to engage. There is seldom, if ever, engagement training.

Because they did well in the interview, the sales manager oddly enough assumes the new sales representative has the ability to engage with the most important tool they have, the telephone; that’s where the wheels come off the sales cart. It can take a company six to nine months before they realize the rep may know the product, but can’t get a conversation going with a prospect. 

In this program, host, Mari Anne Vanella, author and CEO of The Vanella Group tackles the little thought-out point of failure for most organizations: The Physiology of Engagement and how to train sales reps to succeed. Yes, she admits, its part art and a lot of process for reps to have a peer level conversation, but it can be done.  She covers:

  • Why calling skills are over-looked in sales training.
  • How to make a peer-level call
  • Why it’s easy to start call in an apologetic (bad manner)
  • Why reps have to be taught granular calling skills and adhere to a work structure to be a success
  • Why the art of conversation can be teachable

 Listen and learn.  

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Outstanding Outbound is hosted by MariAnne Vanella of The Vanella Group which is a program on the Funnel Radio Channel. The Vanella Group is the sponsor of Outstanding Outbound

14
Aug 2019

Ignorance is no Excuse, Content Does Have a Measurable ROI - Pamela Muldoon

In this interview with Pamela Muldoon, Revenue Marketing Coach with the Pedowitz Group, we find out that content does have a measurable ROI.  Really, it does.

To hear some marketers complain, the ever ravenous bottomless pit of content consuming ne’er-do-well perspective buyers drain marketing’s budget with nary-a-proof of purchase.  But is the professed ignorance a ploy by marketers that simply don’t know how to prove that the content they create is worth the expense?    This is Part Two of the program:  Connecting Content Creation to the Bottom Line

The host is Jim Obermayer.

About the Guest Pamela Muldoon

Pamela Muldoon is a Revenue Marketing Coach with The Pedowitz with over two decades of traditional and digital marketing experience. She specializes in campaign and content strategy with a passion for helping clients develop a content marketing culture across the organization. Her marketing career started over thirty years ago when she transitioned from on-air personality to Copy Director for a radio station in Wisconsin. Since then, she has taken on multiple marketing roles in her career, having worked with companies like ING, Prudential and Content Marketing Institute. Pamela was named one of the Top 50 Women in Content Marketing in 2017 and in 2018 one of the 20 Women to Watch from the Sales Lead Management Association.

Pamela is also a professional voice over talent and podcaster. When not online working on digital marketing strategies, she can be found unwinding at a Las Vegas poker table or hanging out with her two dogs, Maddi and Copper.

About the Pedowitz Group

The Pedowitz Group (TPG) is a Revenue Marketing™ consulting firm headquartered near Atlanta, Ga. We believe that Marketing is the driver of customer engagement that fuels the revenue engine. Many of today’s successful CMOs are operationalizing business accountability, digital transformation and the customer experience through marketing operations. As your partner, TPG helps you plan, build and optimize your revenue engine by delivering services in MarTech, demand generation and marketing operations.

TPG has worked with over 1,300 clients to enable marketing and sales. Our expertise spans the six major categories of MarTech, including marketing automation, CRM and content platforms. We specialize in helping mid-market and enterprise organizations in financial services, manufacturing, software, technology and business services.  The Pedowitz Group customers have won over 50 national awards for their Revenue Marketing excellence. To discover how we can help your organization become successful Revenue Marketers™, visit http://www.pedowitzgroup.com, or call us at 855-REV-MKTG or visit Revenue Marketer Blog.

Related from Muldoon: Connecting Content Creation to the Bottom Line

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5
Aug 2019

Where to Start on Social Media to Avoid Mistakes and Burnout

As the Global Communications Director at inRiver, Erika Goldwater manages the strategy and execution of the demand generation, communications, social media, and content marketing programs. She has extensive experience in several companies and has learned a lot about leading and teaching her teams about social media mapping, scheduling, and execution

 Know your team, where they gained their knowledge and experience so you are able to bring them into your vision.

  1. Present a plan and show the full strategy.
  2. Baby steps to explain the steps of what they are, why they need them and how they can implement them.
  3. There is regular cadence, ground rules. Those need to be known - a guidebook they can refer to when you are not right with them.

"After those first couple of tweets, they feel more comfortable and are usually good to go." - Erika Goldwater

"Meeting a tweet quota is not social media engagement." - Susan Finch

Determine, what are the strategic goals of the company? Don't spend the time peppering venues where your buyers don't usually engage.

 The goals: 

  • Engagement & Trust
  • Further your brand
  • Share information value to your customers.
  • If you aren't going to do that, please don't start social media.
  • It's social dialogue in real-time.
  • You have to be dedicated to it. If you don't have a team willing to back you up, 
  • Teams have to be aligned with the activity - there has to be a commitment to it.
  • One tweet, one post - isn't enough.

Be careful about re-tweeting blindly without actually checking and READING the linked article. Same with pinning - where did it originate? Did you read it all the way through? You may get bitten in the fanny if you don't.

31
Jul 2019

How Empathy from Marketers can Improve Marketing & Sales Alignment

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This month on Revenue Rebels, Rhoan Morgan welcomes two guests from Lola.com, Jeanne Hopkins, CMO & Ryan Ball, VP of Sales. This episode will provide listeners with tips for improving alignment between two of the most important business functions–marketing and sales. It will also explore the impact that marketing and sales alignment have on both business growth and revenue.
 
About Our Guests

Jeanne Hopkins, CMO

As Chief Marketing Officer at Lola.com, Jeanne Hopkins leads both the company’s marketing organization, building a metrics-based powerhouse to fuel demand as well as its customer success organization, ensuring a great Lola customer experience.

Ryan Ball, VP of Sales

As the Vice President of Sales, Ryan is responsible for driving the organization towards its broader revenue goals by establishing the strategy, targets, onboarding, training, and career growth of the sales team.

23
Jul 2019

Why Sales is Surrendering the Pipeline to Marketing

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The sales pipeline, aka the sales funnel is the long-standing measurement of the past, present and future for a company.  In the not too distant past marketing dumped demand into the beginning (top) of the pipeline and sales took responsibility for the rest of the process.

 

In recent years marketing has chipped away, usually unintentionally, at various steps of the sales pipeline to aid the salespeople.  Most of this is made possible by marketing automation and telemarketing being managed by marketing. After reading some of the more recent research from Velocify of late and comments by people I respect, I think that the sales pipeline ownership has finally shifted from sales to marketing.  Marketing in more sophisticated companies probably manages more than 50% of the pipeline steps now and to me that means ownership has shifted.

  • Marketing manages the CRM System, Marketing Automation, AI software, telemarketing, reporting and often the pipeline forecast.
  • Sales closes, if it is needed

Jim Obermayer is the host with the commentary this week.  

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17
Jul 2019

How to Measure Event Performance

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Events, trade shows, corporate showcases, and user events have grown dramatically in the last five years. And yet, the need to measure event performance beyond the ego boost of having the event is often evasive. The C-suite wants to measure the ROI for events that are into the mid-to-high six figures and beyond. In the episode, Valdiar CEO Victor Kippes discusses how to measure event performance and the technology needed to make it easy.

About Victor Kippes

Victor Kippes is CEO of Validar Inc., a B2B lead management company that specializes in events. Validar’s value proposition is based on Victor’s experience as a receiver of leads. He has been in a sales role for over 20 years both as a direct contributor and as the leader of a large enterprise sales team. He is a recovering sales leader who understands very well the challenges marketing and sales leaders face specific to demand generation and lead management. If you are a marketing leader interested in understanding and articulating your true value, or a sales leader interested in improved conversions and pipeline growth, Validar and Victor are there for you. You can follow Victor on Twitter at @vkippes.

 About Validar

Since 2005, Validar Inc. has helped B2B event marketers better understand and articulate their value. It is vitally important to us that our customers get the credit they deserve for their event marketing efforts and our technology not only does this, we also help deliver a best-in-class attendee experience as well.

9
Jul 2019

Realistic, Effective Content Marketing tactics ANY Company Can Implement.

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This is part 2 of an interview with Kristy DelMuto, VP of Strategic Marketing at LLR Partners. If you missed the first interview, we suggest you listen to it here. This continuation goes into specific tactics. Some of which your team can EASILY help you with - two tiny asks a month - really, it's not difficult to make great strides in your reach, but it's a group effort using the most accurate data and data analysis. 

About Our Guest: Kristy DelMuto, VP of Strategic Marketing
As the leader of LLR’s strategic marketing, Kristy works to codify why growth happens and help business owners access the capital, insights, and resources they need to scale. She translates actionable growth advice from LLR’s portfolio companies, network of senior operators and team into digital and live content, creating opportunities for best practice sharing among business leaders.

Kristy also manages LLR’s brand, marketing, public relations, and social media presence, enabling intermediaries to stay informed on the firm’s investment focus and helping executives determine if LLR is the right partner to support their company’s growth.

7
Jul 2019

How to Choose an Outbound Calling Company That Delivers

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Mari Anne Vanella, the host of Outstanding Outbound and SLMA Radio commentator Paul Roberts, explores how to choose and create a successful relationship with an outbound calling company that will give you a 20% return.  They discuss the sins of the industry and the benefits of working with a company that knows B2B enterprise relationship building.  They touch upon:

  • How to successfully outsource outbound calling
  • The difference between internally employed SDRs and outsourced professionals
  • Why nobody is closing deals on social
  • Why most companies pay inexperienced SDRs as little as possible and they get what they pay for
  • The sins of a false-peer call and lying from bad actors
  • Why going cheap on outbound calling increases risk of failure

 Mari Anne Vanella

Mari Anne Vanella has 25+ years of sales and business management experience. As Founder/CEO of sales development firms in Silicon Valley, her organizations have consistently delivered long-term, successful sales development programs to high tech and services industries across the United States.

Mari Anne's background includes successful performance as Vice President and Director at companies such as The EC Company (now ADX), PictureTalk, a subsidiary of Drake International (one of the world's largest IT solution and staffing firms), Global Knowledge, and at Skyline Computer Corporation, where she led the Cisco Training Products organization to a #5 position in the country within one year. Before these, she founded Procom, a sales development firm based in the Silicon Valley serving customers such as State Farm Insurance, Waddell & Reed, and many others.

Mari Anne Vanella hosts Outstanding Outbound Radio which is sponsored by The Vanella Group on the Funnel Radio Channel.

25
Jun 2019

The Untapped Power of Quora Ads with JD Prater

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JD Prater from Quora shares why you should consider marketing on Quora, and some of his best strategies for driving inexpensive, high-quality leads. Don't miss the chance to break through the clutter on a channel that your competitors haven't found yet.

About AJ's guest:

JD Prater is the Quora Evangelist and a regular speaker at conferences across the globe. He's the podcast host of Grow with Quora and The PPC Show. And in his spare time, JD is an avid cyclist, proud new father, and weekend traveler. 

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23
Jun 2019

How to Avoid CRM Failure with Joe Scioscia of VAI

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It depends on what report you read, but we know that CRM or sales automation installations are fraught with frustration and failure. It isn’t unusual that companies go through 2-3 CRM companies until it has a system that works for everyone. In this interview, host Jim Obermayer, asks Joe Scioscia, VP of Sales at VAI how to avoid common CRM installation failures. Joe Scioscia is a top flight expert on the subject and in 25 minutes he will guide us out of the corn patch maze known as CRM Implementation.

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19
Jun 2019

Why End of Life Conversation Makes Life Itself Easier

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Choose Your Own Way:
Why End of Life Conversation Makes Life Itself Easier – for you, your family and your medical team

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10
Jun 2019

Should You “Buy an Appointment” to Build Pipeline?

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In this interview with Mari Anne Vanella, CEO of the Vanella Group, we discuss how an outside service can be effective in getting an appointment with the right person which leads to a sales pipeline boost. 

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