TriComB2B Blogger - Abigail Kesler
15
Jul
By Abigail Kesler

Technology never stands still. That’s part of its appeal — it conforms to our needs and pushes the boundaries. One of the largest challenges that comes with these changes is understanding which B2B mobile marketing option in the myriad of ever-growing choices is the best one for meeting the needs of your audience.

When Web viewing on smaller screens started to become popular, sites...

TriComB2B Blogger - John Nagy
30
Jun
By John Nagy

Isn’t it a joy to encounter a useful device that is ingeniously easy to use, a complex subject you’ve been struggling with clearly presented in a way that is easy for you to get, or an idea so clever in its simplicity you exclaim, “I wish I had thought of that!”? In the complex, information-overloaded world we live in, simplicity stands out. In the B2B marketing world, simplicity is an...

TriComB2B Blogger - Lauren Littfield
20
Jun

This is a guest post from our partners at Right On Interactive. They focus on marketing automation and assist TriComB2B with life cycle marketing software for client programs. Today, Right On Interactive Director of Marketing Lauren Littlefield discusses what engagement means in the B2B marketing sales cycle...

TriComB2B Blogger - Chris Eifert
20
Jun
By Chris Eifert

Here and there, we see the words “big data” creeping into marketing publications and blogs as marketers look to engage customers more effectively. There are plenty of new books and articles on the topic emerging every day. But before we try to understand what B2B marketing with big data could mean, perhaps we need to know what big data actually means.

Turns out, the market itself isn’t...

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TriComB2B Blogger - Jon Berry
06
Jun
By Jon Berry

In my previous B2B content marketing best practices blogs, I discussed the importance of providing educational materials, knowing your audience and...

TriComB2B Blogger - Jack Lilienthal
23
May
By Jack Lilienthal

“Danged if I knowed.”

Okay, class. The first things we’re going to cover today are the definitions of diction and syntax. Sure, you learned these in grade school, vaguely remembered them in high school, and then allowed them to completely slip from consciousness in college. No wonder English 101 was such a nightmare.

  • Diction is the choice and use...

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