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Why Marketing and Sales Teams Should Act as One

 

Have you ever wondered why most organizations have separate sales and marketing departments? Sure, there are key differences in job functions from creating content campaigns and building websites to directly engaging with the prospect whether it be via email, phone, or a face-to-face meeting. But, the goal for both sales and marketing never changes: close new customers and delight them with ultimate service.

Lead Scoring Does Not Work...?

Before you call me crazy or bring out sales and marketing professionals worldwide to blow up my twitter feed, let me explain! Lead scoring does not work unless you have a full marketing and technology stack to score lead activities correctly and a tightly aligned sales and marketing team to take action, providing timely feedback on lead interactions and lead quality. Now see, that statement was certainly too long for a blog title, and search engines only allow so many characters to show in titles anyway.

Love 'Em Or Leave 'Em: The Last Stage in the Customer Journey


You spend a lot of time thinking about your customer journey. You spend a lot of time thinking about what they're thinking. You try to anticipate their every thought, want and need as you develop top-of-the-funnel calls-to-action, lead nurturing campaigns and (sweet success!) their welcome e-mails when they become a customer at last. But what happens next?

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