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Assuming you read my previous post , you understand the basics of ABM. So, let’s start with what you’ve completed since then:
Vetted and segmented list(s) (both companies and contacts)
Planned—and programmed—an appropriate contact cadence
Developed a content calendar, mapped to your audiences’ functional roles
Next comes the most important part: Measuring and monitoring your program.
At Red House, we’ve been executing ABM programs in various forms for over a decade. We call it “narrowcasting,” and it works amazingly well. You’ll notice a lot of companies moving to ABM perhaps because it’s “the next big thing,” but before you join them, proceed with caution. ABM isn’t a quick fix.