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Talk of customer success (CS) abounds in today’s customer-centered economy. It’s vital, as it is the CS team that works with customers after that critical first sale and keeps them coming back for more. Customer success and marketing are typically

‘Customer-centric’ no longer just refers to a marketing strategy—it’s a whole economy. It’s a way of thinking. Customer expectations and demands on enterprises have never been so high, or so personal—especially for SaaS companies who are at the forefront of both

Microsoft and the CMO Council recently released a whitepaper suggesting that marketers are moving away from digital campaign metrics (e.g. clicks, views) and beginning to invest more resources on metrics related to financial performance and business outcomes. It also offers

Customer Success Campaigns is a simple, intuitive, and scalable way to automatically engage with every single user in your customer base with the right message at the right time based on their behavior and actions. This is something that

Written by Lori Carr from Lori Carr & Associates. Customer engagement and retention marketing is an uncommon but very promising approach for creating customer value and enhanced profits while preserving existing revenues. Connecting with current customers using customer-centric, data-driven approaches to

Email outreach plays a significant role in lifecycle marketing. It is extremely effective for developing new relationships and nurturing existing ones - what makes or breaks it, though, is the messaging. Contrary to popular belief, it's not the frequency that

I've conducted an interview with Chris Yeh, VP Marketing from PBWorks and thought it would be interesting to share. As you know, I declared more than once that the customers are kings which means companies should be able to understand their customer's behavior