Luke Monterosso

Luke Monterosso

Luke is a Business Development Manager at Insynth Marketing. With a passion for learning and technology, he'll help you leverage technology to generate more leads and save you time.

Recent posts by Luke Monterosso

3 min read

Getting Started with Sales Enablement

By Luke Monterosso on 21-Aug-2019 08:53:33

Searches for sales enablement has grown almost 50% over the last two years. Aberdeen found that 74% of high-performing organisations have strong sales and marketing alignment; a key aspect of sales enablement.

Although impressive statistics, correlation does not always imply causation. Many sales directors have invested in training, technology, and content that’s supposed to help their sales team perform at higher levels. The benefits don’t materialise or are marginal at best.

Why are some companies reaping the rewards while others feel like they’re pouring money down the drain?

We take a look at what sales enablement isn’t and how to get started with sales enablement that’ll actually be worthwhile for your team.

Topics: Sales Strategy
5 min read

Can Sales Enablement Work for My Building Product Brand?

By Luke Monterosso on 10-Jul-2019 08:49:45

Targets, pipelines, prospecting, closure rates, deal sizes, the list goes on. Your sales team has a lot of things to think about throughout the sales process. Sales enablement can feel like it’s adding to the overload of information, tactics and tools out there.

Fortunately, it’s very simple. It’s about making selling as easy as possible by providing salespeople with everything they need to move the sale forward.

Are customers frequently asking what similar projects you’ve worked on? Create a case studies section, by sector, on your website and now your sales team will now have a standardised document to share with customers.

Topics: Sales Strategy
6 min read

What Is Really Happening to Your Marketing Content?

By Luke Monterosso on 04-Jul-2019 12:57:12

According to The State of Sales Enablement, 90% of marketing content goes unused by sales. Reps are often unhappy with what marketing is producing and create 40% of all enterprise content themselves.

Not only does this leave less time for sales teams to sell but also its wasting time and resources (through duplicated or unused content) in often an over-strained marketing department.

This issue frequently goes undetected, according to the same report the perception is that marketing creates 80% of content whereas, in reality, that figure is more like 30%. The remaining 70% is created by sales (40%), engineering (10%), services (10%) and other (10%).

Topics: Sales Strategy
5 min read

Why Use Sales Enablement for Your Building Product Brand?

By Luke Monterosso on 27-Jun-2019 15:53:55

What if everybody on your sales team understood the needs of your customer, the problems they face and how your company solves them? Better yet, what if they loved your solution, shared your vision and immersed themselves within your sector?

How do you bridge the gap between this idealistic view and reality? You need to support your sales team with processes, you need content, training and technology. How do you get these things?

Topics: Sales Strategy
6 min read

What Is Sales Enablement?

By Luke Monterosso on 19-Jun-2019 12:47:16

Over the last few years sales enablement as a business buzzword has taken off. We take a deeper dive into the definition, whether it's here to stay and what it means for your business.

Building product companies with sales enablement in place have benefited from higher win rates, larger deal sizes and faster sales cycles. In an environment where project delays can be inevitable, organisations with sales enablement in place have a much more predictable sales cycle.

Topics: Sales Strategy
5 min read

Are Your Building Product Leads Sales Ready?

By Luke Monterosso on 11-Jun-2019 14:21:51

While getting inbound leads through your website might be the easy part, assessing whether they are ready for a sales conversation can be trickier.

Mastering this will help you waste less time with poor fit prospects or annoying those who are not yet sales ready.

Before beginning this process, it is important to recognise the stages of your customer journey. This will help with identifying prospects who are ready to buy and those who may need more help or nurturing.

Once you’ve identified a number of good fit leads, you can begin the sales qualification process by taking a look at your prospect’s level of engagement with your website and marketing content.

Topics: Sales Strategy
5 min read

5 Tactics to Shorten Your Sales Cycle

By Luke Monterosso on 07-Jun-2019 08:39:36

In the building product and construction industry, there are a number of factors that can disrupt the sales process. Losing out on specification to a competitor, projects being delayed and legislation changes.

A shorter sales cycle can free up time to generate additional leads. Ultimately improving your sales pipeline and helping you achieve your targets.

When you’ve got more deals progressing through your pipeline, the sales cycle will feel shorter. Done well, it can also become your competitive advantage.

Here are five effective techniques to speed up your sales cycle. 

Topics: Sales Strategy CRM
6 min read

Look for These 3 Red Flags in Your Google Analytics Data

By Luke Monterosso on 29-May-2019 10:20:47

For marketers Google Analytics can provide a wealth of information about your website and audience. Sometimes it’s easy to get caught up in the day to day marketing activities and gloss-over warning signs.

We’ve highlighted 3 red flags you should be looking for in your Google Analytics data. We also reveal how you can combine it with dynamic heatmaps and visitor recordings to increase the number of leads from your website.


Topics: SEO Website Design
6 min read

Growth Driven Website Design vs Traditional

By Luke Monterosso on 24-May-2019 09:38:27

When it comes to re-designing your website, traditionally it’s a long process and it can be 6-12 months before results are delivered. Growth Driven Design is a methodology that takes a systematic approach to optimising your website in a much shorter time period.

It’s about learning what is working and what isn’t based on user data from the outset. In the GDD process you can then assess what changes will have the best impact on increasing visitors, leads and sales.

Growth Driven Design rethinks the traditional website design cycle of changing your site every 2-3 years. Instead, it focuses on learning and improving based on user feedback and behaviour in incremental design sprints.

Topics: SEO Website Design