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Improve Top-of-Funnel Conversion Rates by Aligning Calls to Action With Buyer Needs

Summary

Gartner research indicates a shift in MQL conversion value around free trials and webinars in response to marketing-led calls to action. Product marketers should review and optimize their demand generation plans to ensure they are presenting CTAs that convert as a part of digital-first campaigns.

Published: 23 April 2021

ID: G00733427

Analyst(s): Carrie Cowan Alan Antin

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