Needless to say, the growth of B2B mobile apps has been spectacular and is penetrating geographies and industry verticals, as well as opening up newer technological frontiers - Wearables, Enterprise of Things, Virtual Reality, etc.
Having a well defined strategy is the key to improving the effectiveness of your B2B marketing efforts. Today we're going to cover the top five B2B marketing strategies you can utilize to increase leads, ROI, and, most importantly, sales.
What if there was a way to empower your sales team to communicate from a place of passion and excitement even after a streak of hearing no? What if they could communicate powerfully to clients about your product or service and hear yes more often?
There are numerous B2B startups across the country that can help your business achieve its goals this year. Some are located in Silicon Valley, while many others are located in other parts of the country.
There are two main ways that business productivity is increased through content management. The first is by creating the best practices that can be applied throughout a company, and the second is by encouraging divisions to interact through thoughtful leadership.
The B2B eCommerce growth rate is about 400% and with these figures stored in the future suppliers and business owners are all moving swiftly to get themselves on board. So whether you sell paper or pumps it's time to get your product in the shoppers cart.
The exchange of money is what keeps businesses afloat, so it's crucial that merchants make this process as seamless as possible for their customers. No where is this problem more evident than in the $1 trillion B2B eCommerce industry.
My clients spend a lot of time on the pre-planning and on-site work for prospect presentations, trade shows, conferences, networking events and on and on. Here's where they fall short: It's all about the follow-up people!
White papers seem to be falling out of favor. Perhaps our preferred screens have become too small and our attention spans too short. Or maybe it's the perception that white papers are only for large, corporations selling complex technologies.