Most software sales and marketing teams assume the buying process is linear. Marketing starts by using digital channels to generate leads before handing off the most qualified leads to sales for in-person pursuit. First marketing, then sales. First digital, then in-person.
The only problem with this process is that the B2B buying journey is anything but linear. If we were to map out a real B2B buying journey, it would look a lot less like a step-by-step process and a lot more like a big bowl of spaghetti.
Your customers don't care which stage they're at in your funnel. They have a job to do, and they need your help. For revenue teams, there should be no handoff from marketing to sales (or digital to in-person). It's a parallel process, not a serial one.
B2B Buyers spent 60% more time researching online than they did on the phone with sales reps.
77% of B2B buyers said their latest purchase was extremely complex.
50% of B2B buyers said the amount of trustworthy information was overwhelming
90% struggled to make sense of information gathered from vendors
Your buyers are struggling to make sense of all the information they come across online. The last thing they need is another thought leadership piece or trends report to decipher.
Instead, they need help clarifying information complexity so they can complete their critical buying jobs. For this to happen, sales and marketing must be on the same page when it comes to content, and right now, they're not even on the same chapter.
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