We proudly announce that we have been awarded the Charter for Sustainable Entrepreneurship by Voka, the Flemish Employers Association.
Is demand generation the most important part of the B2B marketer’s job? Well, you might say so – because if there isn’t any demand for your product or solution, there’s no point to the rest of your marketing activities.
Switch from in-person sessions to live webinars quickly and easily with add-on technology platform. The coronavirus has for now put an end to most in-person training events. For companies that sell complex solutions, where training is an integral part of new implementations and ongoing support, or organizations that provide professional development and certifications, live training webinars are a compelling option.
“Review & approval” certification means full support for Living Stone customers using the Veeva Vault PromoMats digital asset management system. Two members of the Living Stone team have earned the “Review & Approval” certification from Veeva Vault (picture taken before Corona outbreak), meaning they can now fully support customers who are using the Veeva Vault PromoMats digital asset management system for the life sciences sector. Anne-Mie Vansteelant, Living Stone COO, and Bart Plaete, Digital Marketeer, earned the certification in February.
Once you decide that you want to develop a community for your customers, what’s the next step? You can start by answering these questions:
Do you really understand your customers’ pain points? A lot of what we do as healthcare marketers is tied to those pain points. So the more thoroughly we understand them, the more relevant and valuable our marketing activities will be. So how can you make sure you really understand your customers’ pain points, and the motivations that drive them? Luckily, there are lots of ways to learn more about your customers’ pain points, ranging from asking them directly to doing different types of research.
How cultural differences can impact NPS results, and what to do about it If your company operates across different countries and cultures, you know that customers behave differently based on where they’re located, and what languages they speak. If your organization uses the Net Promoter Score (NPS) metric to gauge customer satisfaction and country-specific performance, you may notice significant regional variances in your data. It turns out that responses to NPS surveys can vary widely from country to country, or region to region, due to cultural differences that affect how the act of “scoring” is perceived1.
Does your organization have a Customer Success strategy and team, or are you thinking of implementing one? The Customer Success model has been around since the 1990s, when it was first introduced at Vantive, a US software company that sold a CRM solution1. The goal back then was the same as it is now: provide customers with all the support they need to succeed with your product or solution. But while the end goal hasn’t changed in the intervening decades, the way technology is sold has changed dramatically.
Do you provide your customers with a way to interact with each other and find helpful insights? Whether you offer an “official” branded community, or your customers are actively seeking information on your company and products via forums like reddit or Quora, your customers know that often the best source of information is another user. When it comes to complex technology solutions, nothing compares to peer-to-peer insights and perspectives.