3 Key Strategies to Develop Your Topic Clusters

By Stephanie AlexandreMay 31, 2018

As the age of individual keyword ranking comes to an end, it’s time for digital marketers to make the transition to topics. Topic clusters were created as a response to Google’s algorithm changes, which now understand the context behind a search. Searches are more conversational as a result, since users are typing in longer phrases, as opposed to single keywords.

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B2B Content Marketing Trends to Watch in 2018

By Stephanie AlexandreDec 18, 2017

As the year comes to an end, it’s time to focus on new marketing strategies for 2018. With less focus on branded content and a push toward video and applications, b2b’s will need to adapt to new content marketing tactics.

A recent report shows that 89% of b2b marketers are making use of content marketing for lead generation, so we’ve compiled a list of the hottest content marketing trends to look out for in 2018.

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4 Ways to Increase Your B2B Website Traffic

By Stephanie AlexandreNov 10, 2017

You may have a steady flow of traffic to your website, but there is always an opportunity to increase traffic even more. So how do you attract new visitors to your site? The key to increasing your website traffic is to work off what you already have. Here are a few tips to help you expand your current website traffic, and welcome new visitors. 

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Listen & Learn: Do You Speak Your Customer’s Language?

By Ryan TrabalkaJun 21, 2016

What is Customer Language?

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The Anatomy of a Great Positioning Statement

By Linden KleinMay 05, 2016


The basics of a positioning statement are pretty simple—know what you sell, who your target market is, and why you are better than your competition. While you can put these pieces together to create a basic positioning statement, your audience may still feel uninspired.

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Four Tips for Applying the Iceberg Theory to Your B2B Direct Marketing

By Linden KleinApr 27, 2016

The novelist and short story writer Ernest Hemingway is known for his famous Iceberg Theory—to only explicitly include one-eighth of the details in the story, and leave the other seven-eighths implicit and underwater. For example, his story “Hills Like White Elephants” is about a man convincing his significant other to have an abortion, but the word abortion is never mentioned.

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6 Ways to Improve Your Content Marketing Strategy in 2016

By Lindsay CarterJan 20, 2016

Before you dive into business as usual in 2016, take the time to map out a content marketing strategy that identifies new insights and inspirations that improve upon last year’s results.

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8 Questions to Ask When Creating a B2B Buyer Persona

By Samantha FellerDec 02, 2015

Buyer personas are an important part of your inbound marketing strategy because they tie your online sales and marketing efforts together. A buyer persona is a semi fictional representation of your real customer base that comes from industry research and your professional experiences. It is a profile of your ideal customer that provides insight into who you are selling to.

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The Essentials To Creating a B2B Digital Marketing Plan

By Samantha FellerNov 13, 2015

Regardless of how small the task, every marketing action needs a bigger plan. While it is easy to dive right into, say, social media or lead generation, without a big picture plan it is like going for a drive without a destination or a road map to get there.

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4 Myths About Marketing Automation

By Samantha FellerOct 29, 2015

Many business owners are asking, why marketing automation, is it really valuable? The answer is yes! Marketing automation allows business owners and marketers to strategize, create and implement successful campaigns. More importantly it enables them to measure their work, which creates benchmarks and true guidance instead of shooting in the dark.

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