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Is Modern B2C Marketing Overlapping with B2B Marketing?

  The successful methodologies that work in B2C sales funnels are not traditionally the ones that work in B2B. However, the current business landscape is anything but traditional. Technology and data are both pushing marketing in new directions. Now that virtually every company in the world has the ability to aggregate data at scale, the world…

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Do You Want to Improve Lead Gen? Personalize Your B2B Marketing.

  Marketing as a whole is not a numbers game, but lead generation certainly is. We’re all blind going in. By the same token, our prospects only know what our marketing tells them until they try our products. At the beginning of the marketing process, namely during lead generation, the numbers game is in full…

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5 Best Practices for Choosing the Right Trade Show Technologies

  Trade show marketing just isn’t what it used to be. It seems like just yesterday that trade shows depended on paper registration, hard copy promotional materials, and exhibit booths featuring static displays of data and graphics. Thankfully, times have changed…for the better. These days, trade show marketers and exhibitors have countless cutting-edge technologies at…

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Tactical Tips to Maximize Your Trade Show Presence in 2018

  Trade show planning for 2018 is in full swing. With budgets and strategy considerations on the table, we’re offering our take on tips to maximize your trade show ROI for the upcoming year. 1.  Technology is (still) king. It goes without question that technology is a major player when it comes to trade show…

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The 5 Immutable Laws of Reputation Management

A search on Google doesn’t just bring up your website anymore. It brings up your site, your Facebook profile, and every single review site that has comments about your brand. To protect your reputation online, never forget these five immutable laws: 1. Listen first. Problems can sneak up on you if you are not listening…

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Top 5 B2B Social Media Marketing Myths

  Social networking is a large part of most people’s lives. But we don’t always know how to make it a part of our lives as B2B marketers. If you are not on social media or if you are not having strong results, you may have fallen prey to one of these common social media myths.…

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3 Tips for Using Video to Market Building Materials

  Video can be a highly effective element in your digital marketing efforts. Why try to tell your customers about your building products when you can show them? Technology is also driving the trend in video. With more and more customers accessing the web through mobile, video has become increasingly important. To get the best results, keep…

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Swim Against the Tide

Avoid the Trendy Inbound-Only Approach   Although inbound marketing has become quite the buzzword recently, B2B marketers need to strengthen their outbound marketing efforts for lead generation as well. Inbound marketing can be a great tool for short term results, but the only way your organization can generate successful leads is if you have a…

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Book Review 3: The Fred Factor (Part 2/2)

4 Steps to Find and Develop “Freds” in Your Organization   I recently wrote a blog post on Mark Sanborn’s book, The Fred Factor. While that post focused on explaining what a Fred is (long story short: a passionate employee who delivers an extraordinary customer/client experience) and how to identify one, this blog post will…

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When Selling Building Products, Opt for Simple

Lessons Learned from the 2016 ISC West Show   As building products marketers, are we overcomplicating things? Do we consult with people down the channel—including customers and even our own sales teams—to make sure we are delivering the best information in ways that are easy to consume? Most importantly, who can we look to for…

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