Why Your Company Should Hire an Inbound Marketing Agency
DECEMBER 10, 2015
In the past, this yearly process consisted of weighing the merits of various outbound marketing initiatives, which usually included some combination of trade shows, direct mail campaigns, internal cold calling, and outsourced telemarketing efforts, often coupled with a steady dose of print, radio, and television advertising. Today’s average consumer is inundated with thousands of marketing interruptions each day and is finding new ways to tune them out, including caller ID, email spam filtering, DVR, and satellite radio, to name a few. What is Inbound Marketing?
106 More Amazing Social Media and Marketing Statistics for 2014 and 2015
FEBRUARY 10, 2015
What type of posts generate the most engagement on Facebook? Among “prestige” consumer brands, over the past four years, less than 0.25% of new customers were acquired through Facebook and less than.01% from Twitter; this compares to almost 10% for paid search and 7% for email marketing. Facebook Statistics. HubSpot ). HubSpot ). HubSpot ).
Tried and True Techniques for Fusing Offline and Online Marketing
MARCH 1, 2012
InboundWisdom is a weekly amalgamation of tips from Twitter users based on a question posed by HubSpot. On February 10, HubSpot asked for tips marketers wish they could have given Super Bowl advertisers , and on February 27, we asked for tips to give event marketers to keep their efforts inbound. HubSpot #InboundWisdom Make a call to action. HubSpot. Great! Bling it up.
101 Signs You're an Inbound Marketer
OCTOBER 27, 2011
You know exactly how many visitors, leads, and customers you got from Facebook. Even your personal Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn accounts include calls-to-action. Your Facebook feed is more about work than friends. You have multiple monitors to monitor Twitter and Facebook as you work. You fight against killing kittens by not sending spam emails. Tweet this! ).
B2B Marketers Have Little Social Media Engagement
NOVEMBER 8, 2010
Social Media Aids Customer Acquisition Many B2C and B2B companies are successfully using social media networks to acquire customers, according to the “State of Inbound Marketing Report from internet marketing firm Hubspot. The difference is most stark in customer acquisition figures for Facebook, which 68% of B2C companies have obtained a customer from but only 33% of B2B companies.
Why Social Media Is Not For Everyone « The Effective Marketer
The Effective Marketer
JULY 21, 2009
Choosing the right social media strategy While some may say that since your employees are already using social media (facebook pages, tweeter accounts, linkedin posts, etc.) And yes, I agree that thanks to the web we now have a plethora of resources showing us success stories that we can emulate. Otherwise it’s just buzz. Sales? What is it for? Who is our target? What is our goal?
Top 35 B2B Marketing Posts for May 2010
B2B Marketing Zone Posts
JUNE 9, 2010
How Facebook’s privacy disasters will change B2B marketing - Chris Koch , May 21, 2010 Have you ever noticed that your Facebook profile page looks like one of those horrible qualification forms that we make our customers fill out? If you go to Facebook and look at your profile, your immediate reaction is going to be that it’s asking for too much information. 100 Tips for Trade Show Lead Generation - B2B Lead Generation Blog , May 11, 2010 Lead generation remains the top reason most companies exhibit at events and tradeshows. Can you trust Facebook?
Top 56 B2B Marketing Posts October 2010
B2B Marketing Zone Posts
NOVEMBER 2, 2010
Don’t spam! Other than your company’s website, most mentions were likely in well-known online news sites or trade industry publication sites. Study shows Twitter users are powerful consumers , October 4, 2010 A new study finds consumers active on Twitter are three times more likely to impact a brand’s online reputation through syndicated Tweets, blog posts, articles and product reviews than the average consumer. Part 1) , October 5, 2010 Most of you know Don Draper as the iconic, chain smoking, hard driving, client schmoozing ad man on the show “Mad Men.