Posts Tagged: content marketing

Post-Industrial Content Marketing

Content marketing can learn from industrials as it seeks to balance quality and quantity.

In a recent interview with Contently, Seth Godin, the “godfather of modern marketing,” critiqued current trends in content marketing that emphasize quantitative approaches to content production and ROI measurements. Both of these issues are hot topics with content marketers, who are trying to figure out the quantity-quality balance while also developing methods for demonstrating the value… Read more »

Industrial Digital Marketing Roundup

The latest trends that could affect your digital marketing program.

It’s a new year and time to look at the newest trends in digital marketing for 2015! With every new year comes new projections and predictions about what the “hottest” and “niftiest” digital marketing trends are going to be, but with niche markets, such as industrial B2B (business to business), it’s not that easy to… Read more »

How Big Should Your B2B Marketing Budget Be?

The amount really depends on you, but here's what others are doing.

A big question that comes up in any discussion about marketing planning is, “How much should I be spending on marketing?” Of course, there’s the internal factor of how much your awesome marketing plan will cost to implement, but more often than not this question is about industry standards. In the industrial sector, there isn’t… Read more »

6 Reasons for Pro Industrial Content Marketing

Hiring professional content marketers more than pays for itself.

If you’re going to market, you need content. The industrial marketing space is no exception to this now-established rule of marketing, although industrial marketing content seems to be subject to a certain tendency: more often than not, non-marketers create marketing content. At first glance, this inclination is totally understandable. Information in the industrial world is often… Read more »

Content Marketing for Busy Technical Clients

Tips for involving busy engineering staff in the content marketing process.

If you’re anything like me, you work for clients that have multiple Ph.Ds in obscure technical fields such as encapsulated radioactive isotopes or nonwoven geotextiles. Part of our job as content marketers is condensing our client’s expertise into marketable web copy, sell sheets, brochures, videos, etc. Unfortunately, many technical clients are far too busy with… Read more »