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  • How to Boost B2B Engagement on Social Media

    Posted On September 11, 2017 by Robert Smith

    Social media offers an invaluable source of leads and sales for business-to-business (B2B) companies. Some people assume that it's only consumers who use social media, but this isn't necessarily true. The truth is that business owners, professionals and even organizations themselves use social media on a daily basis. As a provider of B2B products or services, you should leverage the power of social media to connect with your target audience. Thankfully, there are several steps you can take to boost engagement on social media.

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  • How to Create Compelling B2B Content that actually Converts Your Sales Leads

    Posted On September 01, 2017 by Robert Smith

    The right content can help your business-to-business (B2B) company succeed by attracting new clients, building a stronger brand, and ultimately setting yourself apart from your competitors. In fact, the Content Marketing Institute states that content marketing is the single most commonly used strategy by 89% B2B marketers. Other studies show that 80% of people "appreciate" the content produced by companies.

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  • B2B Email Marketing Best Practices to Follow

    Posted On August 28, 2017 by Robert Smith

    Of all the digital marketing techniques, email consistently ranks as one of the most effective. Perhaps this is why 58% of companies are planning to increase their email expenditure, according to the Email Marketing & Marketing Automation Excellence 2017 report. Whether you're planning to launch a new email campaign or update an existing campaign, however, you should follow the best practices listed below to increase your chances of success.

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  • Want to Sell More? Understand Your Customers Better

    Posted On August 03, 2017 by Robert Smith

    When it comes to selling an industrial product or service, the more you know about your target audience, the greater your chances of success. Unfortunately, many sales people ignore this principle by using the same cookie-cutter approach towards every prospect. Even if you have a general understanding of your target audience, however, no two prospects have the exact same problems and needs. Therefore, you must place yourself in your prospects' shoes before reaching out to them.

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  • Dont Fight Upstream: Sell How Your Sales Leads Want to Buy

    Posted On August 01, 2017 by Robert Smith

    A critical mistake made by salespeople is thinking strictly about their own company's sales process. Most sales reps follow a linear process, beginning with sales lead acquisition and ending with the actual sale at the bottom of the funnel. In doing so, however, they overlook the customer's own process, resulting in fewer actual conversions.

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