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First thing to check is, does the model provide for moving all new names to the model on an ongoing basis? If the logic for the model resides outside the model in Smart Campaigns, sometimes we see people have logic to move new names into certain stages, and neglect to cover all use cases.
Next, are all names supposed to be in the model? Depending on the design, a model may be for a specific purpose, like customers only, and designed to only carry customers.
Lastly, to move people in, you can make a Smart List for each stage that mirrors the logic in the model to move people into the stage. For example, if you have a stage MQL that only holds people with score over the MQL score, you would create a Smart List for that, then create a Smart Campaign to reference the list, and the flow will have change revenue stage to MQL.
You have to be careful how you load it to make sure the right people go to the right stage. A common mistake is to load a stage, then load another and people from prior loads go to another stage who were not supposed to. One way to approach that is to load in particular order, and in subsequent loads add a filter on the Smart Lists to exclude anyone already in the model (member of revenue model [name] = false).
There can be a more to consider, it depends on the design and architecture of the model.