How to approach your B2B marketing like an NFL quarterback

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As a New York Giants fan, I can’t wait for the NFL season to start in September. There’s something amazing about watching a quarterback like Eli Manning call a play and then suddenly seeing the team perform in perfect unison (maybe not always!) to advance on the field toward the end zone.

As competition heats up and becomes stronger and more sophisticated, B2B marketers must begin thinking like quarterbacks — becoming smarter not only about the multi-channel plays they call and the messages they serve, but also about their definitions of success.

Here’s how B2B marketers can better quarterback the team past the goal line.

[Read the full article on MarTech Today.]


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About The Author

Sonjoy is the SVP, Product Management at Madison Logic, with over 25 years as a veteran product management executive. With extensive experience in the media, financial and professional services industries, Sonjoy came from Deloitte in their Strategy, Brand & Innovation division, managing the definition and execution of new product strategies to identify and cultivate new ways the firm’s practices and its clients can adopt new technologies to create innovative, market leading solutions at scale. Sonjoy attended New York University’s Stern School of Business and spends his off hours with his wife, raising their 2 young children (and still praying for a good night’s sleep, and maybe a good glass of scotch).


 

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