Account-based marketing (ABM) is becoming an increasingly important business strategy for B2B companies and professional services firms. These companies have found ABM to be an effective, efficient growth strategy that enables them to focus all of their marketing efforts on their top clients and prospects.
Law firms have been slow to hop on the ABM bandwagon. They need to get on board soon or risk being left behind. The crux of ABM is quality over quantity — narrow marketing to key accounts or targets rather than broad marketing to many which enables law firms to create more revenue from current and new clients and retain high-risk clients that they cannot afford to lose.
With 85% of marketers saying ABM delivers higher ROI returns than any other marketing approach, it should be a major part of a law firm’s marketing arsenal.
How do you get started with ABM? How can technology help law firms to identify and nurture key accounts?
Watch our on-demand webinar to learn how to get started with your own ABM strategy. You'll learn:
Originally aired on April 28, 2021.
Founder & CEO, Good2bSocial
Channel Account Manager, HubSpot
Leia Dudek works as a CAM to support various partners as they work with their clients to onboard and execute HubSpot software successfully. HubSpot is the number one CRM Growth Platform for scaling companies. With over 100k customers in 120+ countries, HubSpot has an ecosystem uniting software, education, and community to help businesses grow better every day. Specifically, HubSpot's intuitive ABM tools help personalize content and tailor how you engage with stakeholders within an account.
Director of Channel Partnerships, Bombora
Ryan has been with Bombora since 2017 where he started as a member of the Audience Solutions team. During this time, Ryan worked with some of Bombora’s largest clients on strategy and execution towards their programmatic display campaigns. Since that time, Ryan has moved to Bombora’s partner team where he manages Bombora’s most strategic partners to deliver and operationalize Company Surge.
Co-Founder and Co-CEO, Applecart
Matt Kalmans is the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Applecart, a leading marketing technology company that helps organizations identify and advertise to business-critical decision and the trusted network of colleagues, former colleagues, friends, and family members who surround them. Applecart has powered the marketing of some of the country’s leading corporations, industry trade associations, and nonprofit organizations, including Boeing, Blackstone, KKR, Business Roundtable, and the Environmental Defense Fund. Applecart's work has been featured by MSNBC’s Morning Joe, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, The Washington Post, The Associated Press, USA Today, Politico, and more. In 2020, Matt was named to the Forbes 30 under 30 List for Marketing and Advertising. Matt is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of the University of Pennsylvania.
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