Marketing and sales used to be portrayed in stark contrast. Nowadays, there’s an ongoing trend to go for “sales and marketing alignment” — that is, making the two teams work together. There’s little information on how to do it exactly. Many focus on improving the flow of information between the two departments. Is that all that can be done?
Today, I’ll show you a couple of ways the Woodpecker marketing and sales teams cooperate to create a streamlined lead generation process.
Generating first customers for your startup requires a lot of time. Time in the early days of any is scarce. There’s so much work to be done that you don’t know what to work on first. But in order to stay afloat, you need a steady flow of customers.
Woodpecker got its first customers through cold emailing. Yet, there are other ways that you can compliment cold emailing with in order to generate leads.
In today’s article, Deepti Jain from Aeroleads will tell you a bit about those other ways of generating leads for your startup.
I’ll let you take over, Deepti.
If you’re in a SaaS business as we are, you know that you need the right strategy to deal with churn. Etienne Garbugli from Highlights, a new software that uses a subscription model, wrote a guest post for the Woodpecker blog. All about using email for customer retention.
Without further ado, here it goes.
I like to stress out the importance of cold email personalization. You may approach the process of adding a personal touch to email copy from multiple angles, which I’ve already described. But sometimes it’s nice to use a tool or two that would do it for you.
I asked Moaaz from Cloudlead, a B2B lead generation intelligence provider, to explain you how to use data to drive your marketing and sales efforts.
Moaaz will take over from now.
Recently, I had a pleasure to talk to Matt from picksaas.com, an online company focused on finding useful cloud apps for businesses. He asked me about growing Woodpecker to +1000 customers, and about what cloud applications help us grow. Read the interview below.
“Your price is too high… I’d buy, if only you had feature X… We already use a software for this…” – we all hear that sometimes while talking to our prospects. Check out the advice from Steli Efti of Close.io on how to handle 3 common sales objections: the pricing objection, the feature objection, and the change objection in your conversations with potential customers.
Now let’s give Steli the floor. 🙂