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Our 7 Step Account Based Marketing Strategy for B2B SaaS (Plus 10 Mistakes to Avoid)

In this article, you’ll get our 7-step account based marketing (ABM) strategy for B2B SaaS, including: How to segment your target account lists based on your customer personas. How to break your list down into quartiles based on the value of prospects so you can allocate more budget to high value accounts than lower value accounts.

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Facebook Ads for B2B SaaS: Creating Advanced Audiences and the 80/20 of Messaging That Works

There is an occasional tendency among B2B SaaS companies to write off Facebook as a viable channel for reaching potential customers. Often, they’ve either tried using Facebook ads that haven’t worked or they’ve opted not to try them at all. But this tendency stands in contrast to what we see in our day to day

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B2B SaaS Content Marketing: 10 Principles to Generate Leads Through SEO

For B2B SaaS companies struggling to realize results through SEO, the most common frustrations we hear of in our conversations are: They’re investing resources to produce SEO content and they’d love to see their content performing well, but progress with moving up the search rankings and bringing in traffic and leads has been stagnant. Their

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Customer-Content Fit and Journey-Offer Fit Workshops: Examples of What It’s like to Work with Powered by Search

If you’re going to allocate serious budget to an agency to handle your digital marketing, you should have a clear idea of what it would actually be like to work with them. This is one of the primary functions of our SaaS Marketing Blog — to document our approach and provide you with a detailed picture of

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SEO Strategy for B2B SaaS: Tying KPI’s to Revenue and Prioritizing Actions That Drive Results

Effective SEO strategy for B2b SaaS companies is not about jumping in and doing everything under the sun. Yes, your site needs to: Be technically healthy for search engines to crawl and index Have high-quality content that answers the intent of your customers’ search queries Attract links from other relevant and authoritative sites But working

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Creating the Perfect SaaS Landing Page Isn’t Enough. Here’s How to Map Your Pages to Your Sales Funnel.

While we agree with the commonly accepted guidelines for crafting landing pages, there is an additional layer to setting up SaaS landing pages that seems to go under the radar. The best practices for landing page structure (inspired by Oli Gardner’s “Attention Ratio”) still stand: The ratio of links on a landing page to the

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Our Process for Implementing B2B SaaS Buyer Personas That Actually Work

Here’s a common scenario we see: you’ve gone to the effort and expense to develop your SaaS buyer personas. You’ve created content for your ads and web pages that’s meant to appeal to them. But despite this effort, your conversion rates remain the same. So what’s going on? Based on our experience working with 37 SaaS

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Customer-Channel Fit: How to Identify the Right B2B SaaS Marketing Channels

In our experience, many B2B SaaS companies abandon their paid media channels too early, without fully exploring all the options available to them, and based on hunches instead of data. We’ve learned from discussions with prospects and clients that there is a tendency to make false assumptions about their optimal customer-channel fit, often because of past

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You Don’t Need an All-Star Marketer to Achieve Your SaaS Growth Goals. You Need Talent-Trajectory Fit.

Hiring great marketers is almost always one of the top challenges our prospects and clients bring up in conversations with us. Over the last decade talking to SaaS companies about hiring marketers, we’ve noticed some themes that continually come up: They’d love to hire all-star talent. But people who are on that level have already started

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