Did you know that companies are up to 67% better at closing deals when sales and marketing teams are aligned? Significant sales and marketing alignment can have profound effects on your business!
At the core, customer relationship management (CRM) includes all the strategies and technologies companies use to manage their interactions with leads and customers.
If you’re using Zoho as your CRM and are considering a switch to HubSpot, you’ve come to the right place.
For companies looking to scale, it’s important to constantly evaluate operations. In order to track business objectives, company executives need to establish Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), a set of metrics used as a target to bring them closer to their goals.
You don’t have a crystal ball, so it’s impossible to know what exactly the future holds. But by tracking the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), you can use hard data to predict things like profit margins, revenue growth, and conversion rates.
Knowledge is power. And when it comes to keeping your business on track, that knowledge comes in the form of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs).
Controlling your content is an integral part of managing your marketing efforts. A content management system (CMS) gives you the ability to create, update, and change your content at a moment's notice.
It’s time for the ultimate CRM showdown. That’s right, we’re talking about the 2 giants in the field - Hubspot and Salesforce. So which one is best for marketers? We'll compare both to help you make a decision.
It's hardly news that people are doing more and more shopping online. The growth of Amazon is only one part of this story. Amazon has some serious competition with fellow giants Walmart and Alibaba. Meanwhile, many smaller innovative retailers such as Zappos, Warby Parker, and Harry's Razors (which was recently bought by Schick) are claiming their space in niche markets.
Managing your marketing single-handedly isn’t easy.
As your marketing efforts grow, so does your workload. While you may try to improve your weaknesses, this often takes a ton of time that could be better spent elsewhere. It doesn’t help that marketing managers have to face a steadily expanding list of duties every year.
Marketing is supposed to make you money. If that goal isn’t happening, it’s time to change strategies. If your budget is out of control--or you simply need to tighten the belt for a bit, here are three simple tips to help you minimize marketing expenses without sacrificing leads.