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Industrial lead generation is an important, if not the #1 goal of industrial marketers. Sure, there are other objectives of manufacturing content marketing as can be seen in this chart from the Manufacturing Content Marketing 2020 research report published by the Content Marketing Institute. Even though “Generate demand/leads” is at #4, generating high quality leads
Industrial marketing coaching is something I’m asked about often, especially in the past 6 to 8 months. The headline of this post is my tongue in cheek attempt at the famous McDonald’s® age-old question, “You Want Fries With That?” It was a simple marketing strategy that worked brilliantly for upselling and continues to make millions
Manufacturing content marketing has its own challenges and frustrations as many industrial marketers have experienced. I touched on some of them in my last post about writing technical blog posts. While the age-old problem of “What should we write about?” still exists, new research findings show a myriad of other challenges. Some of these may
Writing technical blog posts is not the most popular topic of discussion for many manufacturers and engineering companies. In my experience, industrial blogging is an underused content marketing tactic for many of these companies. The two most common objections that I hear are: Writing fresh and relevant content regularly for industrial blogging is too consuming
Your industrial marketing strategy may have changed recently because of the coronavirus. I don’t think manufacturers have much of a choice because the pandemic has negatively impacted their sales pipelines. There is no getting around that fact. Some of these changes may be permanent, while others have become necessities at least for the foreseeable future.
I’ve had many conversations about creating industrial marketing plans that start something like this, “Can you create an industrial marketing plan for us?” My answer: “Of course I can.” However, I find there is a disconnect in many of these conversations with manufacturers and engineering companies. Their assumption is that I should be able to