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Do QR codes have a role in B2B marketing?

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I keep seeing QR codes popping up all over in the B2C community – on transit station posters, fast food tray liners, contests and billboards. They seem to be the latest thing in print media and a good way to increase customer involvement.

What Can We Learn from 7 Awesome Corporate Blogs?

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By Cameron Chapman on Oct 8, 2010 11 Comments Share Tweet Share A winning corporate blog can bring new traffic to your website and added attention to your company. It adds value to new and existing customers, and can make you stand out from your competitors.

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Content is King in B2B Marketing, but Customers are the Power Behind the Throne

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CRM tools like Salesforce , Sugar , SAP CRM and others have made it easier to integrate marketing automation with sales opportunities among a company’s current customers, in addition to nurturing leads from non-customers. All of this automation creates the opportunity to lower the silos between marketing and sales, but your plans will be built on a weak foundation if you don’t have a company-wide culture centered on your customers.

B2B Marketing Gets Social Spotlight With LinkedIn IPO

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Ever since the recent LinkedIn IPO catapulted the business social-networking platform into the financial stratosphere, B2B marketing has emerged from the shadows of its flashy, highly funded B2C counterpart. According to Russell Glass of Bizo, LinkedIn is propelling B2B marketers' visibility with its evolved, sexy -- and rich -- social network. billion, LinkedIn is poised to bring social media networking to the forefront of business-to-business marketing conversations.

5 Prevalent B2B Marketing Myths to Abandon in 2020

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As firms look to optimize their marketing efforts in 2020, it’s imperative that business-to-business (B2B) marketers are laser focused on doing what is most likely to drive growth and make an impact. Just as many great minds once thought the world was flat, there are plenty of B2B marketing misconceptions that are widely held and need to be abandoned in 2020. Here are five to consider: Myth 1: B2C marketing has little relevance in B2B.

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What’s the next big idea in B2B?

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As I was pondering this topic the other day, it occurred to me to Google “B2B predictions” to see what others may have said on the subject. There were many articles from this time last year full of insightful predictions for 2010, and a few recent ones for 2011.

What is a Marketing Technology Stack? Definitions, Stats and Examples.


In this post, we’ll not only answer that question, but also take a look at why marketers are investing more in the stack, and look at common frameworks and examples to get you going. . . To explain it simply, a marketing technology stack is a group of technology-based tools (think SaaS platforms, traditional software, social media tools, etc.) that marketers use to efficiently and effectively execute marketing activities, across a numbers of channels. Want to learn more?

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17 Compelling and Highly Usable B2B Marketing Statistics

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This is set to reach 12% by 2013 Source : AMR International B2B Online Marketing Assessment and Forecast to 2013 US business-to-business (B2B) advertising and marketing spending will increase by 0.8% We renamed the account and forgot to update the site.

Top 37 B2B Marketing Posts and Hot Topics August 2010

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Ten social media and technology mega-trends to watch - grow - Practical Marketing Solutions , August 10, 2010 I just read a fascinating (and lengthy!) report from McKinsey on tech-enabled business trends to watch and thought it was important enough to summarize for our community. 35 (of the) Best Guides to Facebook Marketing, Advertising, Search and More of 2010 (So Far) - Webbiquity , August 26, 2010 Facebook is an extraordinary phenomenon. B to B (18).