Amazon.com’s launch of its business-to-business marketplace has the potential to alter the landscape for b-to-b merchants. But while some industry experts see the launch of AmazonSupply.com as an all-out game-changer for b-to-b merchants, others see Amazon’s entry as an added plus for b-to-b sellers.
While the potential exists to improve, many tests actually cost money because they do not even replace the sales of the traditional method you are using, leave alone improving them. So the question is: how can you minimize the risk and maximize the success of your testing efforts, especially in business-to-business marketing? Here are five tips to get you started.
Among the many initiatives an organization takes on in any given year, a b-to-b ecommerce project can be one of the most challenging. Not only do these require resources whose days are filled with conflicting priorities, but it introduces an entirely new sales channel which changes the dynamic of the organization’s working business model. Here’s why the first tactic in a successful b-to-b ecommerce initiative is often the most overlooked as companies charge full steam ahead
For a long time, b-to-b marketers were leery of the success consumer marketers were having with personalized offers. Were business customers really going to be more likely to buy an expensive and technical product when addressed by their individual names? As usual, the answer turns out to be: It depends. Here’s why you have to test.
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Galls, a b-to-b merchant of public safety equipment, has merged with Quartermaster, a specialty distributor of public safety products. Though Gall