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Keep it Clean! The Importance of Data Hygiene to Sales and Marketing Efforts
Data is an education company’s most important asset. Accurate data allows company leaders to make good decisions about business initiatives. Creating marketing and sales programs that efficiently generate qualified leads depends on clean, accurate data. Maintaining data hygiene in databases means that each area of the company is working with the same data for an accurate and comprehensive view of the customer.
Clean data results in more effective marketing, higher lead conversion, better customer relationships, and steady progress toward achieving company goals.
According to ReachForce, a B2B marketing organization, “dirty” data reduces lead conversions at a cost of $83 per 100 records in the database. They also estimate that 2% of information in a marketing leads database goes stale every month. Of course, this estimate is across all industries, but even in an institutional market such as K-12 education, there is job mobility among buyers and prospects.
Give Educators the Information They Want, When They Want It
Free Guide: Be Buyer Aware
A number of people are involved in education purchasing. Some are influencers, making recommendations for education solutions. Others are decision makers who approve purchases and sign the final contract. No matter their role, you must reach them all to build awareness for your brand.
Hone Your Sales & Marketing Approach to Educators’ Purchasing Habits
It’s back-to-school. Budgets are set and education purchasing is underway. Teachers and administrators are already considering products and programs to invest in for next school year. Given all of the activity during this busy season, how do you know whom to schedule meetings with? What should you talk about during sales calls?
Insights from a recent Agile survey of educators will help you strategize your approach and be better prepared for conversations.