When a prospect is referred to us, we enjoy a sort of trust transference. The prospect has a solid, satisfied relationship with the person referring us. Their thinking is along the lines of “Bob has taken good care of us, so if Bob thinks these guys will do a good job helping us with Marketing software (or whatever your product and service offering is), we’ve probably found a good marketing service provider.” Read more
In a typical direct email marketing campaign, each business prospect would be targeted with one of the typical titles printed on the actual offer that (hopefully) reaches their desk. As B2B marketers strive to improve personalization and avoid having their solicitations discarded as ‘junk mail’, the goal is increasingly to correct awkward and unprofessional misspelled titles with their true, ‘beautified’ titles. In any typical example, this would be ‘Vice President of Direct Marketing’. Read more
Email marketing campaigns has been well known to be notorious when it comes to reader’s engagement. The effectivity of such campaigns cannot be alone reliable without metrics in marketing automation. Not only that, email marketing campaigns has been one of the top leading lead generation any B2B marketer would want. Simply because it can be measures from top to bottom and there is no way but going to the address of the readers. But what B2B marketers should not only focus on the outcome. B2B marketing might not be aware but there are three email marketing campaigns that sets records in open rate metrics.
People’s opinion of your company matters. The better you look to them, the better your chances of having a successful marketing campaign run. The thing is that the way you market and the way your brand looks to your target audience can greatly influence the outcome of your campaign. If you’re planning to run an email campaign and use your business contact list to determine who your recipients should be, then you should think about proper branding before you decide to make a move. Read more
The fact of the matter is that running a successful digital marketing campaigns takes a lot of time and energy, not only during its implementation but also during the build up to go-live. If you’re looking to capture the attention of your target market like your favorite campaign did to you but don’t know where to start or need to hit the refresh button on an existing digital campaign, these pieces of content and strategy have been proven to help establish a solid foundation and direction for inbound marketing to move forward successfully with. Read more
By Radicati Group, Inc., more than 90 trillion messages were sent in 2009.
B2B spending on email marketing is assessed to have developed by 2.4% to $206 million in 2010, as indicated by Metrics 2.0.
B2B marketing experts all over have joined the email surge making it the number 2 marketing apparatus (only a tick behind SEO – as indicated by The Ad adequacy Survey by Forbes Media in February/March 2009). Read more
One of the key subjects that the report puts a focus on is the drive towards making promoting an income focus and not a cost focus. Numerous B2B marketers are starting to comprehend that ROI should be a genuine focus–marketing associations that receive measurements and income reporting will be seen as a development driver. Read more
Roses are red, violets are blue, Valentine’s Day is coming … and have you forgotten this too?
Everyone will be having their favorite “Hallmark holiday” right around the corner, and having a hunch that some of us might have forgotten to pick up something special for our special someone – our B2B prospects.
Let’s get one thing clear: deliverability is hot and trendy.
Never let anyone tell you the other way around. It’s the only way your emails get viewed, opened, and clicked on. If you can amplify your deliverability by even just 1%, it can have a significant effect on your ROI.
But hitting high deliverability rates that could make even a mailman cringe, it won’t come easy. Imagine it this way: as a B2B email marketer, you’re like the friendly neighborhood postman. Every flat that you deliver email has a guard dog (ISP). Read more
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