Account-based Marketing is not a new term for B2B marketers. But how effective is it, and does the idea need to be revisited or changed?
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We all know (or are one) marketers that have pivoted their efforts to focus on Account-based Marketing. The proposition sounds tantalizing and promises to give marketers a way for them to truly focus their efforts on just the right targets. No more boiling the ocean to find leads, but directly going towards key accounts.
When speaking with marketers across different verticals, we often hear the same frustrations when trying to execute on an ABM strategy: it's difficult to align on accounts and activities, to create customized experience, and to actually ensure that those experiences are delivered to just the right individuals.
Enter Buying Group Marketing. BGM is the next evolution of ABM, and the newest approach to making the ABM concept effective on a tactical level. To learn more about Buying Group Marketing, we've put together a quick guide that highlights:
Why ABM needs to evolve in order to meet its lofty expectations
ABM has caused a complete shift in how marketing teams approach their audience, but how effective has its implementation been?
How do you take your account-based programs to the next level through Buying Group Marketing? Listen in as Ari Capogeannis, Director of Revenue Marketing at NVIDIA, walks through how he uses BGM in his go-to-market approach.
How BGM is both similar and different from existing approaches to ABM, and why that matters
Buying Group Marketing sounds great, but how do you actually get started with a program? Listen in to Amisha Gandhi, SVP of Marketing at Tipalti, getting into the thick of things around personas and personalization when it comes to Buying Group Marketing.
Nothing is new under the sun, so why bother with a new but similar concept?
Align your sales and marketing motions around the key decision-makers and buying groups within your target accounts.