To get the ROI on whatever you’re doing with a partner – social media or otherwise, you need a shared set of goals and expectations. Once you have those – you need to do your part. This is YOUR part to make sure that your agency is successful.
So, you read part 1 of this blog series and now you are PUMPED to start creating a B2B blog for your manufacturing or industrial subcontracting company.
Let me just start by saying, HubSpot’s social media tools breathe life into my soul. Yeah, I’m not kidding. For someone who manages social media strategies for a few companies, I can tell you…it is a game-changer.
When you think of social media advertising for your manufacturing, construction, or B2B company, you probably think of Facebook or LinkedIn. What about YouTube? Many neglect it because they think their ideal buyers aren’t there. Isn’t it all just a bunch of makeup tutorials?
Once you have marketing automation software, you’re ready to start building a digital marketing engine that can generate leads, nurture prospects, and delight customers. But knowing exactly where to start may seem overwhelming, like walking into the Willy Wonka Chocolate Factory…what should you eat first?
Construction and industrial businesses tend to neglect their marketing and are late adopters of marketing trends and technologies. It’s not that they don’t appreciate innovation, it’s just that their innovation efforts are typically focused on production.
There’s a question that keeps business owners and their marketing people up at night:
If you have a business in the construction, manufacturing, or engineering industry (any industry, really) your customers are watching video. From video on social media to websites, or even conference calls – it is evident that video is the best way to grab attention, relay information, and even create trust.
Our series of blogs to help you with HubSpot cleanup is basically an episode of Hoarders. Dirty email databases, dusty blogs stuck in draft…oh the shame! Well, the experts are here to help you purge.
Have you ever heard someone describe their relationship status with: “It’s complicated”? The same could be said about the relationship between marketing and sales. Ideally, the two teams work together toward shared success. However, when there’s a breakdown in communication, or one team doesn’t make their numbers, it gets infinitely more complicated. Sales blames marketing, and vice versa. This hurts …
The sales funnel has evolved. The tried and true sales and marketing model has been surpassed by flywheels, bowties, and more. But just like your grandmother kept her old cookie cutters to make Christmas cookies every year, the traditional sales and marketing funnel is still a helpful guide.
Last month we said that we’d be your “HubSpot Guy” and get you the inside details on all the big HubSpot product updates and features. So, here we go…
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