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Learn how to create a B2B marketing strategy.
«emember also that in B2B marketing, the customers who are using your product or service may not be the ones purchasing it.»
Twitter is a great marketing channel for B2B companies — you just need to ignore how other B2B companies use it.
How one company created a “universal commercial engine” to replace both divisions.
B2B decision-makers prefer thought leadership content that isn't sales-y and that has a human tone and a clear point of view. See the research.
While Europe’s B2B start-ups are becoming competitive, start-ups, investors, and corporates will need to share expertise and work as partners to realize the region’s full entrepreneurial potential.
«Three factors are likely to boost the growth potential of B2B start-ups in Europe: first, they provide great value for money; second, they profit from a mature regional ecosystem; and third, the European business landscape with its need for innovation is fertile ground for growing new innovation champions.»
In this episode of the GrowthTLDR, we discuss how B2B marketing may change in the future. We discuss how B2B brands may need to change the talent they hire, how the structure of B2B marketing teams…
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A thorough analysis of 500+ B2B blogs to better understand what's working in the world of B2B content marketing right now.
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