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Don’t hold off on your big product announcement until after launch. Instead, build buzz ahead of time with a countdown clock and alert sign-up form, like in this example from CoSchedule. Continue reading “B2B Marketing Idea: Build Anticipation With a Launch Countdown”
Looking to get more mileage out of your videos? Consider cutting them into sharable, bite-sized bits like BambooHR.
“In 2015, Moz and BuzzSumo looked at more than one million articles published on the web. They found that 75 percent of blog posts had no inbound links, and more than half had two or fewer Facebook interactions.” Austin Mullins, Copyblogger.com.
In other words—crickets. Continue reading “The Value of Failed Content”
A recent Forbes article states “While business to business (B2B) branding has a reputation for being boring, more companies are taking creative cues from business to consumer branding (B2C). The fact is, we can no longer afford for our marketing to be boring. The buttoned-up, ‘just the facts’ corporate tone associated with B2B isn’t effective anymore.”
When was it that B2B could afford to be boring?Continue reading “Are Facts Boring?”
There are plenty of great reasons for sales and marketing teams to work more closely together: Continue reading “Sales and Marketing Alignment is About Feelings, Not Just Facts”
We get it. That blog post or article was written for one purpose — to nudge us along the buyer’s journey. They want us to click the link, or call them, or sign up for their ebook. Continue reading “When the Pitch Overpowers the Point”
Groundbreaking marketing campaigns are not typically the result of some isolated creative insight, but of trial and error, failed experiments, and the willingness to be wrong. Solving real marketing problems (the difficult ones that matter) requires that we embrace uncertainty. The catch is that not knowing the right answer feels really, really bad. Continue reading ““Am I Willing to Feel Stupid?””
There’s no shortage of digital marketing metrics to choose from. Google Analytics alone has 150. Facebook export has 70 columns-worth, and Twitter export has 40 columns.
As we’ve adopted new tools to help us make better decisions, we may have lost sight of the relationship between the data and the reality we’re trying to understand. Is it possible that we’re making important decisions based on numbers that don’t actually mean all that much? Continue reading “Drowning in Shallow Data”