One of the big differences between selling to businesses vs selling to consumers is the buying process. Most Consumer products are lower priced and purchased quickly because if you make a poor choice, you aren’t out much more than beer money. In B2B not only is there more money on the line, buyers often have to justify a […]
Years ago when I was consulting for startups, I created something I called “A Startup Marketing Framework“. I used it mainly as a tool to describe the kinds of things that I could help folks with. Startups found it useful and it is still a popular piece of content on this site. Last week I had […]
Startups often don’t consider the journey that the buyer goes through when they are doing their marketing content planning. This sheatsheet will help get you started.
Lessons learned from a social entrepreneur, a discussion on vision vs. market experience, the results of a digital content marketing survey and thoughts on the ideal marketer. Those stories and more in this week’s roundup.
Tips for getting your first 1000 customers, a conversation about marketing and sales alignment, SEO research for a new online business and tips for better listening for content marketers.
Startup Marketing tips from an SEO expert, a pair of interesting pricing experiments and great content marketing post that includes a great message matrix. Here’s the best startup marketing reading around the web this week.
Somewhere along the way Infographics have become the web version of shouting “Hey look a rainbow!!” and we look, even though we know most of the time it’s a trick and there isn’t a rainbow there at all.
You might be in a position to hire some outside folks to help you create content. Just don’t think it’s going to be too easy.
I’ve gathered 4 of the leading experts on Content Marketing together to speak at SXSW: Jay Baer, Valeria Maltoni, David Meerman Scott and Joe Pulizzi. Please vote for this panel!
Establishing a marketing foundation involves understanding your customers, identifying major themes, interviewing subject matter experts, and developing a content plan.