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By Shahnaz Mahmud on Dec 19, 2014

What is the true measure of success? In the lead generation world, it’s really about measuring revenue. The trick, according to Raab Associates, is to create a measurement system that will report on the critical factors that drive revenue. Measurement remains an important topic in lead generation and will be discussed at the upcoming LeadsCon Las Vegas conference in March 2015. The event agenda offers many opportunities to discuss the space, but here are a couple of key ideas. Understand the dynamics with the buying process Yes, leads produced, close rate, revenue per new customer, time to close and cost per 
close all provide marketers with a good idea of the actual value they are producing and what is contributing to results. However, Raab Associates points out that marketers desire to k

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