Posts Tagged: industrial buying cycle

Turnkey Digital Marketing for Industrials

For those who need out-of-the-box digital marketing, a turnkey solution is possible.

Today, almost every industrial company has a website. Many are finding, though, that merely showing up on the web isn’t enough to compete online. Rather, one needs a fully developed digital marketing strategy. If a company hasn’t engaged in deliberate digital marketing before, starting a program from scratch — or unifying fragmented past efforts —… Read more »

Profit-Driven Marketing for Industrials

Stop thinking about marketing as an expense. Start using it to drive profits.

Earlier this year, Google began publishing content about profit-driven marketing on its “think with Google” site. For Google, recasting marketing in terms of profit is specifically about changing how marketers think about their search advertising spend. While it’s important to take heed of the world’s leading search engine’s official position on search marketing spending strategy,… Read more »

Adaptive vs. Responsive Web Design for B2Bs

Most of the time, responsive is best for B2B. But sometimes adaptive wins.

There are two main strategies for making a website mobile-ready: adaptive design and responsive design. In most cases, a responsive website will the best fit for B2B businesses. But for those who want to create mobile experiences that are significantly different than those provided by standard desktop websites, or for those who have a client… Read more »

Budgeting for a Responsive Website

By spending a little more, you can reach a lot more customers.

Industrial clients often ask us, “Is a responsive website worth the extra development cost?” We remind them their website isn’t just for them, it’s for their customers — and customers often start the buying process on tablets or smartphones. Note: If you’re unfamiliar with responsive web design and how it works, please check out Don’t… Read more »

Lead Nurturing for Industrials: A Perfect Fit

Why lead nurturing and the industrial buying cycle were made for each other.

Recently, there has been a lot of discussion in the B2B marketing world about lead nurturing. The basic idea is to develop communications programs that issue content addressing customers’ informational needs at key moments during their journeys toward making purchases. Essentially, lead nurturing is an evolution of permission-based marketing that rigorously maps out personas and… Read more »