Your sales teams can exceed expectations if you have the right materials at the right time for the right customer – we’re talking about bringing “What’s in it for me” to whole new levels.
Sales enablement content is the bridge that connects the challenges your customers face to your solution’s features.
With the ever-increasing volume of generic marketing content thanks to AI tools, it’s critical that companies make greater efforts to stand out. That’s why sales enablement content is more important than ever.
By aligning content with the buyers’ journeys and providing the information they seek at every touchpoint, marketers elevate their brand's credibility, instill trust, and drive conversions.
Collaborative marketing can be productive and profitable in your B2B marketing arsenal – if…
To gain the benefits of positive brand association, new marketing and product ideas, expanded market reach, increased social media following, and more, you need the right partner. You need a B2B vendor whose brand message and solution offerings are compatible with yours, with whom you can have a smooth and productive relationship, and whose impeccable brand reputation will reflect positively on yours.
Consumers are overwhelmed with offers – WhatsApp ads, retargeting, Facebook and LinkedIn ads, text messages, and some even still watch TV and listen to the radio. In today’s super-competitive climate, if you want to get prospects’ attention and money, you’ll need to hook them with highly targeted messages wrapped in something:
Recent research indicates that influencer marketing can generate 11 times greater ROI than more traditional strategies. Unlike conventional tactics that push a message in front of sometimes reluctant audiences, influencer marketing delivers your message via credible, authoritative experts to audiences who trust their content over that from brands. Moreover, influencer marketing is more critical for B2B than for B2C: With B2B purchase price overwhelming B2C’s, word of mouth and endorsement is critical to the former’s success.
Have you ever booked a hotel on Kayak or ordered a food processor from Amazon? These are all classic examples of business to business to customer (B2B2C), in which the manufacturer sells a product or service to the channel or route to the customer, making the latter’s end-product more valuable to the consumer.
Marketing and selling to B2B customers used to be a lot easier, straightforward, and predictable. As marketers and salespeople, you were in charge.
Generating leads is only half the battle. The other half is closing those deals.
With so many different vendors ups and solutions, your sales process must stand out. Providing clear, consistent, and concise sales-enablement content can help you close more deals.