According to a study conducted by Cisco in 2016, global business executives believe IoT, or the Internet of Things, will positively impact their companies in multiple ways, such as operations efficiency, customer service improvement, and enhanced collaboration among others.Read More
Learn how B2B marketers like Juniper Networks, Wells Fargo, and Blackrock are attempting to become more customer experience oriented. From creating new roles and cross-functional teams to developing customer narratives, organizations are ramping up their martech efforts like never before.
Recently these 3 heavyweights spoke at the Oracle Modern Customer Experience Summit, where they were united in transforming the face of digital change and connecting with customers.
Here are 3 examples of how data can transform the way marketers connect to their audience.
While the purchase funnel has served B2B marketers well over the years, a recent study conducted by Latitude found 87% of buyers now travel a less linear, more complex pathway to final purchase. The four key pillars of the funnel–attract, convert, close, and delight–are still relevant but, you may want to start thinking about the mental state and behaviors of your buyers during the purchase cycle.
Latitude’s study uncovered six behavioral and mental states buyers will experience:
Let’s talk. The two words that everyone dreads to hear, but we promise what we’re up to won’t hurt you, it will help you. It’s about how you are using social media to leverage B2B marketing tactics. Now don’t panic! We’ve come up with five tactics that can help you get back on your social.Social media can seem like somewhat of an enigma when it comes to the B2B world. But, we’re here to replace mystery with strategy. The following suggestions are some simple steps you can take to move in the right direction.
We are familiar with mobile apps, especially ones that involve people running around to catch virtual creatures, but Hillary Clinton is joining in on the fun. The democratic nominee has taken her brand to the next level by introducing her own campaigning app that is available for free download. Here at thinkDM2, we aren’t picking sides, but we recognize an intelligent marketing strategy when we see one. The Hillary 2016 app has 1,335 ratings while earning 4 ½ stars on the Apple App Store since it was introduced July 24th. Keeping an open mind, we have to give Hillary some credit for her mobile app.Read More