The following blog is a repost from the DM Collaborators Blog AIIM Forum Europe series. On behalf of Digital Doorway, we would like to thank the DM Collaborators and Carina Birt for the opportunity to contribute to the blog series. And we would like to congratulate AIIM, event organisers Revolution Events, the sponsors and vendors on their efforts in making this year's AIIM Forum Europe such a successful event!
Propositions for a Highly Segmented Content Marketplace
Sorry to say this is the last in our series of conversations at the recent, and very successful, AIIM Forum Europe in London in November. We’re ending with a great one —Jennifer Van Lent, who is the Managing Director of European HubSpot partner Digital Doorway out of Amsterdam, a company all about helping European IT companies with inbound marketing and sales as they believe the key to attracting better leads, nurturing high-value prospects and winning new customers is “the right strategy, processes and content, not just technology”.
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Your marketing engine is active with a full calendar of campaigns. Sales is busy with 10 appointments per week. So why aren't new leads moving quicker through your marketing pipeline? How come sales keeps saying that leads handed over by marketing aren't sufficiently qualified? According to HubSpot’s State of Inbound report, when marketers were asked where they got their best leads, the majority said inbound-sourced leads were the highest quality. However, salespeople who participated in HubSpot’s study rated marketing-generated leads last, behind self-sourced leads and referrals. There is definitely a perception gap here!