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The revenue team approach to sales enablement content
Level: Intermediate Updated: Apr 1, 2021
No matter how much we publish great traffic-driving, lead-generating content, many of us still have sales teams telling us, “You’re still not publishing what we need.” or “Yeah, only maybe 1% of our content helps me close any deals.” In fact, B2B sales teams report that only 27% of the leads passed to them from marketing are even remotely qualified.

The solution? Sales enablement content. 

But what is sales enablement content? How is it different from what you're already creating? And how do you go about creating a sustainable, scalable sales enablement content strategy that doesn't make you want to rip your hair out and makes you look like a total money-making hero at your company?

Well, you're in good hands with Liz Moorehead, IMPACT's editor-in-chief. Because, by the end of this course, you'll know:

  • What sales enablement content is (and isn't)
  • What a revenue team is and how the revenue team model is the key to your success
  • How to run powerful content brainstorms with your sales team
  • How to leverage Liz's custom-built revenue content brainstorm tool
  • How to report on the ROI of your content, so no one ever questions your value
No matter how much we publish great traffic-driving, lead-generating content, many of us still have sales teams telling us, “You’re still not publishing what we need.” or “Yeah, only maybe 1% of our content helps me close any deals.” In fact, B2B sales teams report that only 27% of the leads passed to them from marketing are even remotely qualified.

The solution? Sales enablement content. 

But what is sales enablement content? How is it different from what you're already creating? And how do you go about creating a sustainable, scalable sales enablement content strategy that doesn't make you want to rip your hair out and makes you look like a total money-making hero at your company?

Well, you're in good hands with Liz Moorehead, IMPACT's editor-in-chief. Because, by the end of this course, you'll know:

  • What sales enablement content is (and isn't)
  • What a revenue team is and how the revenue team model is the key to your success
  • How to run powerful content brainstorms with your sales team
  • How to leverage Liz's custom-built revenue content brainstorm tool
  • How to report on the ROI of your content, so no one ever questions your value

Liz Moorehead

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The Subject Matter Expert’s Guide to Content
Level: Intermediate Updated: Mar 31, 2021
Thanks to your immeasurable expertise and hands-on experience in addressing the most pressing questions of ideal buyers, you (as subject matter experts and sales pros) are utterly indispensable to the process of creating revenue-generating content for your company.

However, we know that content creation can become needlessly time-consuming — for sales and experts alike — when you don’t know how to prepare or don’t have the right content planning processes and tools at your disposal.

That’s where this course comes in. 

Upon completion of the Subject Matter Expert’s Guide to Content, you’ll know why it’s so critical for subject matter experts to participate in the creation of content, as well as the roles and responsibilities they play in content ideation, creation, publication, and promotion. 

You’ll also unlock the super simple processes and tools you need to produce the highest quality content possible — including our time-tested They Ask, You Answer Content Compass — so you can quickly and painlessly map out exactly what you need to say (and not say!) in your content. (As a note, these agile preparation processes and tools work whether you’re being interviewed for content or creating the content yourself.)

This course is a great fit for sales professionals and subject matter experts who want to create content that is guaranteed to drive traffic, leads, and sales without creating a massive headache for themselves.

Thanks to your immeasurable expertise and hands-on experience in addressing the most pressing questions of ideal buyers, you (as subject matter experts and sales pros) are utterly indispensable to the process of creating revenue-generating content for your company.

However, we know that content creation can become needlessly time-consuming — for sales and experts alike — when you don’t know how to prepare or don’t have the right content planning processes and tools at your disposal.

That’s where this course comes in. 

Upon completion of the Subject Matter Expert’s Guide to Content, you’ll know why it’s so critical for subject matter experts to participate in the creation of content, as well as the roles and responsibilities they play in content ideation, creation, publication, and promotion. 

You’ll also unlock the super simple processes and tools you need to produce the highest quality content possible — including our time-tested They Ask, You Answer Content Compass — so you can quickly and painlessly map out exactly what you need to say (and not say!) in your content. (As a note, these agile preparation processes and tools work whether you’re being interviewed for content or creating the content yourself.)

This course is a great fit for sales professionals and subject matter experts who want to create content that is guaranteed to drive traffic, leads, and sales without creating a massive headache for themselves.

Liz Moorehead

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The revenue team approach to sales enablement content
Level: Intermediate Updated: Apr 1, 2021
No matter how much we publish great traffic-driving, lead-generating content, many of us still have sales teams telling us, “You’re still not publishing what we need.” or “Yeah, only maybe 1% of our content helps me close any deals.” In fact, B2B sales teams report that only 27% of the leads passed to them from marketing are even remotely qualified.

The solution? Sales enablement content. 

But what is sales enablement content? How is it different from what you're already creating? And how do you go about creating a sustainable, scalable sales enablement content strategy that doesn't make you want to rip your hair out and makes you look like a total money-making hero at your company?

Well, you're in good hands with Liz Moorehead, IMPACT's editor-in-chief. Because, by the end of this course, you'll know:

  • What sales enablement content is (and isn't)
  • What a revenue team is and how the revenue team model is the key to your success
  • How to run powerful content brainstorms with your sales team
  • How to leverage Liz's custom-built revenue content brainstorm tool
  • How to report on the ROI of your content, so no one ever questions your value
No matter how much we publish great traffic-driving, lead-generating content, many of us still have sales teams telling us, “You’re still not publishing what we need.” or “Yeah, only maybe 1% of our content helps me close any deals.” In fact, B2B sales teams report that only 27% of the leads passed to them from marketing are even remotely qualified.

The solution? Sales enablement content. 

But what is sales enablement content? How is it different from what you're already creating? And how do you go about creating a sustainable, scalable sales enablement content strategy that doesn't make you want to rip your hair out and makes you look like a total money-making hero at your company?

Well, you're in good hands with Liz Moorehead, IMPACT's editor-in-chief. Because, by the end of this course, you'll know:

  • What sales enablement content is (and isn't)
  • What a revenue team is and how the revenue team model is the key to your success
  • How to run powerful content brainstorms with your sales team
  • How to leverage Liz's custom-built revenue content brainstorm tool
  • How to report on the ROI of your content, so no one ever questions your value

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Content and cookies: Easy content ROI reporting in HubSpot (without revenue attribution)
Level: Intermediate Updated: Mar 31, 2021
You're creating content at your company to drive measurable results – specifically, traffic, leads, and sales. But how do you prove to your bosses, sales, and the rest of your company that the content you're creating is making a difference? How do you showcase beyond the shadow of a doubt that your strategy is delivering ROI if you're using HubSpot?

In this lesson, you'll learn:

  1. How to prove your content makes money
  2. How to report on content ROI like Marcus Sheridan
  3. How to create custom ROI reports in HubSpot

Resources:

  1. Fundamentals of ROI reporting in HubSpot
  2. How to install the HubSpot tracking code on your website
  3. How to use HubSpot forms
  4. How to create a powerful monthly content ROI newsletter
You're creating content at your company to drive measurable results – specifically, traffic, leads, and sales. But how do you prove to your bosses, sales, and the rest of your company that the content you're creating is making a difference? How do you showcase beyond the shadow of a doubt that your strategy is delivering ROI if you're using HubSpot?

In this lesson, you'll learn:

  1. How to prove your content makes money
  2. How to report on content ROI like Marcus Sheridan
  3. How to create custom ROI reports in HubSpot

Resources:

  1. Fundamentals of ROI reporting in HubSpot
  2. How to install the HubSpot tracking code on your website
  3. How to use HubSpot forms
  4. How to create a powerful monthly content ROI newsletter

Carina Duffy

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Your role as a content manager
Level: Beginner Updated: Mar 31, 2021
Congratulations! You've been hired as a content manager to lead the charge of your company's content marketing efforts to drive traffic, leads, and (most of all) sales. Still, as a newcomer to your role, you likely have a few questions:

  1.  What does a content manager do?
  2.  What problems does a content manager solve?
  3.  How can I get the results needed to prove myself in my new role?
  4.  What should I be doing on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis?

If this sounds familiar, you have come to the right place. IMPACT Principal Content Marketing Trainer Kevin Phillips is here to empower you with the knowledge and tactical direction you need to feel comfortable in your new role. Also, you'll discover exactly how you fit in at your company as a key player in driving big results.

By the end of this course, you'll feel confident in your new role as content manager and will have a clear roadmap of how to establish yourself as a results-driving hero at your organization.
Congratulations! You've been hired as a content manager to lead the charge of your company's content marketing efforts to drive traffic, leads, and (most of all) sales. Still, as a newcomer to your role, you likely have a few questions:

  1.  What does a content manager do?
  2.  What problems does a content manager solve?
  3.  How can I get the results needed to prove myself in my new role?
  4.  What should I be doing on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis?

If this sounds familiar, you have come to the right place. IMPACT Principal Content Marketing Trainer Kevin Phillips is here to empower you with the knowledge and tactical direction you need to feel comfortable in your new role. Also, you'll discover exactly how you fit in at your company as a key player in driving big results.

By the end of this course, you'll feel confident in your new role as content manager and will have a clear roadmap of how to establish yourself as a results-driving hero at your organization.

Kevin Phillips

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How to track digital sales and marketing mastery metrics with a HubSpot dashboard
Level: Intermediate Updated: Mar 31, 2021
You're implementing They Ask, You Answer, and you're currently on your journey toward achieving true digital sales and marketing mastery at your company. But how do you leverage HubSpot to help you keep track of all the key performance metrics and data you need? 

In this lesson with IMPACT Director of HubSpot Training Carina Duffy, you'll discover how to build a powerful HubSpot reporting dashboard that gives you a full, real-time picture of your digital sales and marketing mastery progress, anytime and anywhere.
You're implementing They Ask, You Answer, and you're currently on your journey toward achieving true digital sales and marketing mastery at your company. But how do you leverage HubSpot to help you keep track of all the key performance metrics and data you need? 

In this lesson with IMPACT Director of HubSpot Training Carina Duffy, you'll discover how to build a powerful HubSpot reporting dashboard that gives you a full, real-time picture of your digital sales and marketing mastery progress, anytime and anywhere.

Carina Duffy