When initially discussing this post with my Atomic Revenue colleague Steph Nissen, I envisioned a flashy, trend-laden piece that would have readers licking their chops ready to launch into the new decade with the glitziest social media updates ever – #2020vision!
In 2014, after many years in sales and sales leadership roles around the country, Ryan started Algorythmics, a company devoted to the discipline of sales operations. Nine months later he met Tara Kinney, now CEO of Atomic Revenue, who at the time owned a marketing operations firm. The two created a partnership and co-founded Atomic Revenue to combine sales and marketing operations with the intent of helping companies align both disciplines for the achievement of customer success.
If you throw money at marketing activities assuming you know what your prospects and customers need or what is popular at the moment, you’re missing out on a sure-fire way to earn the ROI you desire and convert prospects into happy customers and customers into advocates. How? With Lead Scoring.
Does your head spin trying to keep up with the latest ways to acquire customers and keep them? Are you under constant pressure to act smarter and faster than your competition to increase revenue? You’re not alone. Our marketplace culture is one that requires anybody in business to stay one step ahead of the others, with a long road to recovery if you fall behind. Want the good news?
Does implementing an effective marketing strategy feel like taming a tornado? Between the data, marketing channels, new tools, algorithm changes, and sales tactics - it can seem overwhelming to generating new sales and increase revenue with today's marketing when you try to take this in-house. That’s why hiring a reputable marketing agency that specializes in the marketing and sales process from top-of-funnel down, with end-to-end production™ and measurable revenue outcomes, is essential to business growth.
If “customer satisfaction” is the main goal you strive for in your business, then you are severely missing the mark. Unhappy customers almost always, without a doubt, complain and tell others about poor experiences with your company, while satisfied customers are generally just that – content and happy with your product or service but usually very quiet about it!