We know the potential of social media to drive brand awareness, but are B2B merchants using social media to drive demand generation as well? This infographic from Eloqua digs deep into how B2B merchants use social media to promote, engage and sell.
B2B merchant Baudville, which specializes in employee recognition products, has acquired a majority stake in hi5 Recognition
In this infographic, Unbounce brings you 5 principles that should be obeyed by every B2B marketing company trying to generate and nurture leads for their business or clients.
Industrial cleanup supplies B2B merchant New Pig experienced some delivery service delays
As much of the East Coast seeks to recover from the devastation of Hurricane Sandy, the storm’s wake could have a significant impact on inbound freight as Black Friday looms less than a month away.
Social selling is about recognizing that the buying process is controlled by a better informed and more connected customer. While sales remain a relationship-driven business, the power of “who you know” is trumped by “what you know about who you know.” The new social customer is demanding relevance from sales people, expecting them to know about them, their companies, and their needs before engaging. This has heightened the need for comprehensive sales intelligence that brings together both traditional data and social media. It is imperative that sales professionals leverage the social web to actively listen, engage, and add value to the customer conversation. Your customer expects you to know at least as much about them as they do about you.
B2B merchants are spending more money and time on content marketing. Find out what this new research shows for B2B companies and their efforts to improve content marketing.
Social media may be relatively new, especially to the B2B world, but its impact has been incredibly significant in recent years. Here are six things B2B merchants that are looking to get started with social media (or are looking to grow your social media presence) can do.
When it comes to the social media patterns of business-to-business customers, it’s hard to understand who is using what and why. Take a look at this infographic from the eCreative Internet Marketing Blog to get a better insight on you customers social behavior.