In an increasingly digital marketplace, it seems every business has jumped on the corporate blog bandwagon.
Some companies are clearly excelling at this and developing a following, and reaping the benefits of blogging. Others, for no lack of good intentions or enthusiasm, are not so successful in this space. If you are in the latter category, you are not alone.
While it’s common for companies to use their current employees for blogging, it can bring mixed results, for a couple of reasons. What these companies save using internal resources can end up costing them in terms of blog content quality, readership, respectability and results.Read More
The internet has rejiggered the B2B sales process. Whereas an in-house sales team used to be able to drive the decision-making process, many buyers no longer reach out until they’ve made a purchase decision. But B2B marketers need not leave their sales goals to fate. The answer instead is to create content that connects with users early on in the decision making process.
Luckily, there are a lot of ways to do this.
In this post, we’ll highlight a bevy of B2B content marketing opportunities, including ways to distribute your content once you’ve created it.
Have you ever wondered how much of your web content actually gets read? Well, according to research by the Nielsen Norman Group, users typically read just 28 percent of the words on any given webpage. That means some of you may have already stopped to make a sandwich, answer a phone call, or tweet about this post (go ahead, we’ll wait). But for the rest of you who smartly stayed, you won’t be disappointed. Here are five easy ways to get your content read.