Take the guess work out of marketing and improve the efficiency of your business by implementing marketing automation.
Account-based marketing (ABM) refers to a B2B marketing approach where sales and marketing collaborate and target a specific set of accounts to create personalized buying experiences. ABM helps companies focus on the highest possible return on investment (ROI) for
A growing number of B2B marketers are learning account-based marketing (ABM) can complement their traditional outreach strategies. While conventional B2B marketing campaigns cast a wide net to appeal to as many new prospects as possible, ABM targets a specific set
At TECH B2B, we believe in optimizing your return on investment (ROI), particularly when it comes to advertising and marketing. Today’s advertising needs to be strategically placed using a thorough knowledge of mass and trade media, newspapers, and direct mail
Hewlett-Packard (HP) is a global computer company serving customers in many different industries. HP needed to show customers how their radio frequency identification (RFID) services could help customers in consumer goods, general manufacturing, oil and gas, pharmaceuticals, and retail.
$2,400 Online Lead Program Helps Generate $3.3 Million in Revenue Would you spend $2,400 a year to help generate $3.3 million in sales while adding thousands of people to your email promotion lists? That’s what Tech B2B helped an international
As consumers become increasingly reliant on their personal electronics — and the cameras embedded therein — it was only a matter of time before enterprising businesses found ways to leverage computer vision to enhance their online retail operations.
Like their older sister the cold call, cold outreach emails aren’t the most effective way to grab a potential client’s attention. According to a recent analysis from Backlinko, only 8.5% of all outreach emails receive a response. But it’s not
In a world where social media dominates the marketing conversation, businesses are (re)turning to email. A WSJ article calls email “the only guaranteed delivery option the Internet has left.” With options for subscribers to opt in or out, email puts