Marketo for Publishers
March 27, 2015
Marketo for Publishers
Score 10 out of 10
- Marketo Lead Management
- Marketo Sales Insight
- Marketo Social Marketing
- Marketo Revenue Cycle Analytics
- Marketo Real-Time Analytics
- Workspaces/Lead Partitions
- Marketo RTP
Overall Satisfaction with Marketo Marketing Automation
CFO Publishing is using Marketo for all our email, database, analytics, and web site personalization across the company.
- Marketo Smart List allows you to build very specific list to send emails
- Marketo Marketing Activities allows markets to build complex marketing campaigns within one plaform
- Marketo Launchpoint partners allows you to increase the efficiency of this tool without having to log into multiple tools and platforms.
- The time it takes to build list and reports is extremely long. They need to be able to make this work quicker.
- With the company expanding so quickly sometimes the support people know less than us, so this is an area they need to focus.
- Increased engagement in all email communications
- Increase leads converted and conversion timing
- Improved database information, cleaner data
- Pardot Marketing Automation,StrongMail Message Studio,Constant Contact,MailChimp
Marketo has the most functionality compared to all of them. Pardot was very antiquated, and had a lot of features that did not make sense. StrongMail/StrongView had a horrible list management/targeting feature. It was never clear who we sent emails to and who we did not send to. Constant Contact is very simple for email. If you are looking for more than email, look at Marketo. Mailchip is very strict with their deployment, and has few list management features. It is hard to send several campaigns to different segments of one list. You have to load the list several times to make segments, and then there is overlapping names.
1 to 5 million
On the whole, Marketo has been a very powerful tool.
It all depends on your use case. We sat down and listed at least 25 requirements we needed from the software, of which they where able to meet 23 of them. It all comes back to what you really need from the software, is it private ip addresses? How are the IP addresses managed? How is your data managed? How do you connect with other softwares, API, Webhooks, etc.