atEvent Blog

Marketer to Marketer: Narrowing Down Qualifying Questions

Best Practices | Product | 9 min read

As a growth marketing specialist here at atEvent, sending marketing qualified leads to my sales team is very important to me. Read on for my top five tips for setting up your atEvent qualifiers.

[Webinar Recap] Building Integrated Campaigns Centered on Events and Webinars

Best Practices | Event Marketing | 2 min read

Our recent webinar gave a deep dive into building integrated campaigns, specifically centered around events and webinars.

How to Make Your Event Lead Capture Work for You and Not Get in the Way

Best Practices | Lead Capture | 9 min read

We get it. Your team goes to events to connect with leads, not deal with clunky interfaces, spotty WiFi, and a long list of qualifying questions. All these things get in the way of engaging potential customers.

3 Big Steps to Build a Data-Fueled ABM Strategy

Best Practices | ABM for Events | 6 min read

Why is everyone talking about ABM? It’s because 87% of B2B marketers have agreed that ABM delivers a higher ROI than other marketing activities. 

How to Use ABM Tactics to Execute Best-in-Class Events

Best Practices | Event Marketing | ABM for Events | 7 min read

If your end goal for your event is to drive more qualified leads to sales—and it should be—then account-based marketing (ABM) is the way to go. 

Are You Ready for Lead Scoring? Ask These 5 Questions First!

Best Practices | 6 min read

This article is a guest contribution from HubSpot, published with permission.

Lead scoring can be a critical tool to help your business automate its marketing process. 

Inbound Marketing at Events and Conferences - Contradiction or Opportunity?

Best Practices | Lead Capture | 4 min read

This article is a guest contribution from HubSpot, published with permission.

If you've been reading the HubSpot blog, you know there's a great deal of talk about inbound marketing and the ineffectiveness of outbound marketing techniques like direct mail, cold calls, and trade shows... and yet, HubSpot organized and sponsored the first-ever Inbound Marketing Summit a few years ago. Contradiction?

Not quite.

What's interesting is -- in an increasingly inbound marketing world, where buyers are ignoring marketing messages and instead going to the Internet to do their research -- there are still conferences, conferences, and more conferences even within the niche topic of inbound online marketing. So what's going on here?

 

How to Craft a Great Follow-Up Email for Event Leads

Best Practices | Lead Capture | 8 min read

First impressions are indeed “everything” but to say that second impressions are “nothing” is short-sighted, to say the least. The quality of your post-event follow-up will determine whether or not you’re able to continue a productive line of communication and win accounts. To capitalize on all your hard work your post-event messaging should be consistent with the information you’ve made known to your leads before and during your event, but more importantly, you’ll want to write with purpose. After filtering out garbage leads from an event, there are two types of leads: sales-ready and nurture-required. In this article, we will break down how to craft a great follow-up email for both types of event leads. For both follow-up emails, you’ll need to hone in on three ingredients: Timing, Personalization, and Engagement.