Over the last few years, B2B marketing has experienced a seismic shift in both strategies and tactics—all focused on better attracting and engaging target audiences. In 2015, B2B marketing trends will continue to underscore this shift.
There are many different trends (plus a few fads) that are likely to make their presence known in 2015. We’ve developed a list of seven B2B marketing trends to watch in the year ahead and trends that we think will have the biggest impact on B2B marketing plans.
With so many metrics for content marketing and even more tools to measure them, how do you know what to do? This framework covers eight types of metrics. It’s broken down by channel, so you can get specific examples of each metric.
Google Webmaster Tools is a powerful resource for website owners, webmasters and SEOs alike. Once you’ve set up Google Webmaster Tools, you might be wondering what to do next. If you need basic tips, check out our Beginner’s Guide to Google Webmaster Tools. If you’ve dug around Google Webmaster Tools and are longing for more in-depth tips and advice, you’ve come to the right place! Let’s dive into five of the advanced Google Webmaster Tools features you should be using to improve your site’s SEO:
You’d think there would’ve been more people like me at the Brand Innovators "mega-trends" in digital marketing conference. In fairness, the event was targeted at top digital marketers who work at leading consumer brands and agencies. So what was a B2B marketer like me doing there? I wanted a glimpse into the future of B2B marketing.
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