The way that we market our businesses will always be evolving. In the last few years, B2B marketing has drastically evolved as the buyers have more access to more information. Years ago, people were attracted by ads for a product, which generated interest in that product. So, they would go and purchase that product based on the information they were given. Now, people have access to all the information that they could ever need, so the buying journey has changed. It’s less of a linear journey and more of a collection of moments that will influence the purchase of a product. Because of this, marketing must evolve. Below are four great strategies that your B2B marketing team should embrace in their marketing strategies.
Marketing is constantly changing, but it’s changed more in the last 10 years than ever before. As the number of online users steadily increases, our digital footprint needs to increase to meet the demand for an online presence. In order to keep up, we need to have an acute understanding of what digital marketing is, how it works and what we need to implement to ahead of the curve. Below, we have compiled some of the bigger pieces of digital marketing that you should consider for your business.
No one would have planned for the current economic and social circumstances, which is why so many businesses have taken such a large hit in the wake of this pandemic. While there are certainly plenty of challenges that businesses face in a time like this, there are also some unique opportunities for businesses to connect with their customers. Through social media and content marketing, businesses can continue to engage with their customers to maintain that strong relationship. Below, we have three types of content that are perfect for a time like this.
As consumer trends and segments change, marketers need to be prepared to change as well. Generation Z is on the horizon, meaning that we need to understand exactly how they operate. Generation Z, born between 1995 and 2010, is the first generation to have access to the internet at a very early age. They value authenticity, practicality, and digital access. Below, we have some thoughts on how to reach Gen Z with your marketing tactics.
Content is created for the sole purpose of educating and engaging your audience. Content marketing is meant to drive your brand and get the attention of people who have a problem that you can solve. But what if you’re having trouble generating engagement with your content? There is always the possibility that you might have to rework your content, but it could just be that no one is seeing it. Social media builds relationships with your customers and puts your information right in front of them. Below, we have several ways to use social media to increase audience engagement with your brand.
One of the big reasons why marketers love Facebook Audience Insights is its ability to connect with super-specific groups of people. Since Facebook has such a gigantic user-base (around 2.45 billion in 2019), the tool has no trouble finding the right people for your business.
Social media marketing is at an all-time high and it seems like everywhere you look these days, brands are trying to grab your attention. They’ve gotten quite good at it too.
So how can someone like you and I stay in the game and maybe even ahead of it?
Well, like most difficult things, you first have to get your basics right. Social media marketing is all about making the right offer to the right people at the right time. How you manage to do all that determines whether or not you’ll achieve your goals.
Instagram marketing is the way that brands use Instagram to connect with their target audiences and market their offerings. Recently, it’s gained popularity as an exciting method for brands to show off their cultures, recruit new employees, engage with customers, and show off products in a new light.
Whether you are selling a product or a service, it’s intended for a specific group of customers, or a target market. But do you understand anything about that group of people? This where a target audience comes, which defines that group of people. A target audience is a group of consumers characterized by behaviors and specific demographics, and knowing your target audience can help to influence decision making for a marketing strategy. Finding your target audience takes a lot of work and research so that you can figure out who exactly you want to reach. Below, we have some tips on how to find your target audience.
With all of the social media platforms available to everyone in 2020, it can be hard for businesses (especially in the B2B sector) to find a way to break through the mold. Because there’s an oversaturation of businesses vying for the attention of their customers and new lead, B2B marketers have to know exactly where to invest their time and energy. B2B marketing involves three social platforms: Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. But are all of these platforms a great fit for your B2B marketing efforts? For B2B marketers, LinkedIn is by far the most trusted channel. Below, we have a few reasons why you should trust LinkedIn as your social media platform in 2020.