Lead nurturing

Up to 95% of prospects on our website are not ready to speak with our sales tem. Lead nurturing empowers our B2B marketing to build vital relationships with these qualified prospects before passing them to sales. Lead nurturing is a process by which leads are tracked and developed into Marketing Qualified Leads and then in to sales-qualified leads. Meaning that they are ready and worthy of a salesperson’s time.

Lead nurturing involves sending triggered, targeted messages to prospects based on behavior, as well as educating and pre-selling prospects with personalized communications. Lead nurturing starts once a company has a potential client’s contact information and can personalize communication with him or her.

Lead nurturing may simply be an occasional email letting the client know about updates to a product or service, changes in price and so on. More complex lead nurturing campaigns involve educating the client in the advantages of a particular product or service and designing personalized pitches to encourage the client to buy sooner rather than later. Lead nurturing is a traditional marketing practice, but it has taken on new meaning now that companies can create communities around their products using social media.

Data Privacy Laws in the United States and How They Affect Your Business

By Peter Curac-Dahl in Data Privacy & Security

Still feeling the effects of the European Union’s GDPR, the world waits for an answer from the United States. With federal-level solutions focusing on healthcare, many states have risen to the occasion, putting forward data privacy regulations of their own. Without a comprehensive blanket solution like GDPR, states are taking it in their hands to […]

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The CJEU Sheds More Light on Trackers and Consent Requirements

By Karolina Matuszewska in Analytics, Data Privacy & Security, GDPR

This year, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has issued two crucial rulings on consent requirements regarding cookie compliance, under General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), ePrivacy Directive 2002/58/EC (ePrivacy Directive also known as Cookie Directive) and Directive 95/46/EC (Data Protection Directive). They highlight that the use of pre-ticked boxes on websites to […]

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