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Erika Barbosa
Erika Barbosa
Counterpart Marketing LeadJune 7
This is a tough question. At a minimum, I would request tracking pixels, which would be a lower level of effort but still require engineering support. The only tools I can recall offhand where I needed zero involvement from engineering would be Semrush, ChatGPT, Hootsuite, and a few additional s...Read More
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Erika Barbosa
Erika Barbosa
Counterpart Marketing LeadJune 6
From my perspective, the 3 most important tools currently in my tech stack consist of the following: * Data warehouse: This enables you to house all of your customers’ data in a structured and accessible way (e.g., Snowflake). * Data visualization or BI tooling: This enables you to tell th...Read More
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Erika Barbosa
Erika Barbosa
Counterpart Marketing LeadJune 4
The short answer is: I read a lot! From my perspective, this is critical for growth marketing and demand generation. Your knowledge can quickly become outdated as it is such a rapidly progressing career. Find a few trusted resources and gather knowledge from them. You won't be able to read every...Read More
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Erika Barbosa
Erika Barbosa
Counterpart Marketing LeadJune 3
First and foremost, there needs to be alignment on goals. What will the tooling help you accomplish? Will it help you become more efficient or solve a specific problem? Here are some additional factors to consider: * What is the functionality of the tool? * How well will the tool integrate wi...Read More
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Erika Barbosa
Erika Barbosa
Counterpart Marketing LeadJune 2
The KPIs that you should tie back to the tools in your tech stack should support your business goals, taking into consideration factors such as your overall business, go-to-market motion, and industry. Here are some general KPIs to consider: conversion rates, activation, engagement, and pipeline ...Read More
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What is your favorite demand generation interview question and the best answer you've heard?
This could be tech stack related questions, but also more general demand gen questions.
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Liz Bernardo
Liz Bernardo
Snow Software Director of Demand Generation & Partner Marketing - AmericasOctober 26
My favorite question to ask during an interview is “If you could spend an extra $100k on demand generation in your current role, what would you spend it on and why?” I really like this question because it helps me understand a variety of things about how the candidate thinks. Dependent on the ...Read More
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