Predicting What Sales Content to Use w/ Peter Mollins of KnowledgeTree - Ep. 078

Do you know what content to use throughout the sales funnel? It can be difficult to understand what’s effective and what’s not. Most times, Sales and Marketing disagree on what should be used. KnowledgeTree may be a solution to that problem.

Greg Hyer, Martin Brossman and Elyse Archer go onsite to speak with Peter Mollins, VP of Marketing at KnowledgeTree in Raleigh, NC. Peter shares a number of the pains that Sales has when it comes to using content.

One of the key points that KnowledgeTree addresses is predicting what content to use at each stage of the buying process. Peter points out that most of the content curation and management tools on the market are great for prospecting, but that’s about it. KnowledgeTree makes using content effective throughout the sales process at every stage of the funnel.

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