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For the sixth year in a row, we’re proud to work with KBCM Technology Group (formerly Pacific Crest Securities) to share results from a…
We recently released Part 1 results of our private SaaS company survey in partnership with KBCM Technology Group (formerly Pacific Crest…
The good news is that Sales Ready Product (SRP) go-to-market approaches exist that can yield as much as 2x prospect conversion, a 6x shortening of the sales cycle, and significantly higher average selling prices. These SRP approaches demand that you don’t wait until you are half-way down the sales funnel to expose your product to prospects. Instead, you get prospects to experience immediate
In contrast, designing a Sales Ready Product (SRP) approach engages the prospective customer in an iterative learning process. As the focus moves from analyzing capabilities to iteratively testing usability and accelerating time-to-customer value, the buying decision breaks down into a manageable set of lower risk decisions leading to a 6X shortened sales cycle and double the customer close rate.
2018 feels like a year for mega-cap tech but really this is when time is best for startups.
In the eleventh episode of Masters of Scale, Reid Hoffman interviews Peter Thiel. The episode revolves around the idea that to truly succeed, a startup must not beat the competition, but break free of
Peek inside Drift's killer brand strategy to see how you can stand out and stand the test of time with brand marketing in the competitive world of B2B SaaS.
As CEO, you can find yourself barely keeping pace with the crisis du jour. But firefighting doesn’t provoke fundamental change. To create fundamental change, you must stand back from the chaos.
To deliver a stellar prospect and customer experience, companies have to rethink how their departments collaborate. The key? Getting product teams involved.
The middle of the funnel is easily the most ignored, but arguably the most important stage in any sales pipeline. Here's how to get the most out of it.
Advocacy marketing can propel your SaaS business to new heights by providing a steady stream of new customers and improving your MRR. Find out how in this post!
The real marketing attribution models, funnel metrics, and analytics stacks at today's best B2B SaaS companies
The top strategies that Gainsight, Moz, Intercom and other successful companies are using to increase customer success and satisfaction.
Learn more about how SaaS companies leverage Predictive Marketing Analytics to acquire more new customers, reduce customer churn and increase upsell.
From awareness of your brand or business via social media, to influencer recommendations, all customers generally need incentives to purchase. This makes
What is SaaS sales? Learn what it is, how much you can make doing it, and how it differs from other sales verticals.
Content marketing has become a war zone and it's not easy to create killer stuff. Check out these 21 examples of SaaS content marketing to learn how some of the most ambitious software companies engag
Why do many companies sprint from initial concept to product/market fit, only to see their growth and market position stagnate? Why...
What part of your company's marketing game are you ready to turn upside down?
Good PR can help attract new prospects and therefore new customers to your business. But how can you execute on PR without a budget? Eric Siu explains.