Tag: Engagement Marketing Assessment


Is Your Marketing Automation Engaging?

Your marketing automation tool has a lot of features, but it has one goal: to engage your prospects – from the time they are captured, through opportunity, and after. But are you using it in the best way? Does your lead scoring work? Is nurturing moving people down the funnel? Are your emails and landing pages responsive to all devices and sizes? Is your marketing automation platform engaging your prospects?

You know your marketing automation platform is engaging your prospects when:

  1. Your campaigns integrate multiple channels, including emails, social media, and retargeting.
  2. Your marketing has blossomed from creating display ads and datasheets to a fully-realized member of the revenue team.
  3. The personas you spit-balled at first are proven to be on target.
  4. You can watch your KPIs increase in your dashboards.

Is Your Marketing Engaging?

Take the Engagement Marketing Maturity Model (EM3), a fast and easy self-assessment to measure your marketing team on their use of your marketing platform. Answer a few questions and discover your level of engagement in five different dimensions.

EM3 Results are rendered as engagement stages using the acronym PACE:

  • Passive
  • Active
  • Coordinated
  • Engaging

Results also include tips and benefits to increasing your PACE. So set your PACE of engagement marketing. Take the EM3 now.

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Are Your People & Processes Setting the PACE of Engagement?

The goal of marketing – whether it’s focused on demand gen, account based, or revenue – is engagement. Getting prospects engaged at every level helps move them closer to a sale. It’s imperative that your marketing is moving in the same direction. But is your team setting the pace?

Four ways to help your people and processes increase your pace of engagement:

  1. Track time spent on campaign or task delivery to determine which tasks take the most time but add the least value
  2. Unveil those processes that are bottlenecks and consider leveraging an outside source of skills to assist with delivery and alignment
  3. Consider where you should centralize or decentralize marketing functions
  4. Relieve your team from “the clutter” and encourage a more productive environment

What is your team’s current pace of engagement?

Take the Engagement Marketing Maturity Model (EM3), a fast and easy tool that allows you to self-assess your marketing team on their marketing processes. 

EM3 Results are rendered as engagement stages using the acronym PACE:

  • Passive
  • Active
  • Coordinated
  • Engaging

Results also include tips and benefits to increasing your PACE. So set your PACE of engagement marketing. Take the EM3 now.

 

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