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Web Design Tips for Accessible Technical Content

Your end user is changing, and so is the way they access information. Today's customers want easy, quick access to content such as product documentation, application notes, and white papers. The design of your website (mobile-first, clear navigation) as well as your content (visual, customer-focused) can help keep customers and prospects engaged with your company. 

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Topics: Content Development

Making the Grade: How Print Ad Designs Win or Fall Short

There’s no doubt that inbound marketing strategies are critical to the success of today’s businesses. However, traditional outbound strategies can still play a role in capturing your audience’s attention.

B2B companies can drive buyer awareness and action with print advertising in highly targeted industry publications, but without good design, ads can go unnoticed.

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Topics: Content Development, Branding and Identity

Blogging: The MVP of the Marketing Short-Game and Long-Game

Bringing Customers to You

Blogging has been recognized for years as an important aspect of any marketing campaign. For Launch Team clients, the most immediate impact is in the short-game of lead generation. Blog posts are used as part of an inbound marketing program to direct readers to longer pieces of content like white papers, eBooks, and tip sheets that are form protected and used to generate leads. The blog post is designed to attract leads early in the buying process, those at the top of the sales funnel. Promoting blogs in strategic locations across the web is the most effective means we have of attracting new leads.

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Topics: Content Development, SEO

What Does Content Development Look Like for B2B Companies?

 

Technical Writing that Generates Leads

One of the first things we discuss with clients after positioning is their content. Content includes blog posts, white papers, tip sheets, and any other pieces of writing or video that are educational in nature as opposed to sales-related.

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Topics: Content Development

12 Content Marketing & Sales Lessons Learned at HubSpot's INBOUND 2016

 

It was Michele, Aimee and Mandy’s turn to attend HubSpot’s INBOUND conference this year in Boston. Each year we send part of our team while the rest hold down the fort at the office. While every member has been through HubSpot’s extensive training and certification, the conference offers the chance to interact with thousands of HubSpot agency partners and customers and to hear their experience with inbound marketing. Here’s what we learned:

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Topics: Inbound Marketing, Marketing Strategy, Content Development, Sales

3 Reasons Industrial & Manufacturing Companies Are Slow to Adopt Inbound Marketing

 

More and more companies are realizing that they can get better ROI from inbound marketing than traditional outbound strategies. In an age when most buyers prefer to do their own research before engaging your sales team, providing informative content is key. Content marketing is especially important in technical industries, where sales cycles are longer and engineers are often making purchase decisions. Yet many high tech companies still rely on an outbound marketing approach.

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Topics: Inbound Marketing, Marketing Strategy, Content Development, Marketing Metrics

Beer & Blog: Globalizing Web Content – What Growing Companies Need to Consider, with Scott Bass

 

For this Beer & Blog we spoke with Scott Bass, Managing Director of Advanced Language Translation, a company that provides translation and localization services to growing businesses. Scott offered valuable advice for companies looking to adapt their websites and content for global markets.

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Topics: Inbound Marketing, Content Development, Beer & Blog (interviews)

Marketing Tip of the Week: Use Buyer Behavior to Prioritize Mobile-Friendly Web Design [Video]

MTOTW #53: More people are now using mobile for search, but it varies by industry. Find out how your customers search before jumping into a web redesign.

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Topics: Inbound Marketing, Content Development

Four Critical Missteps Established Companies Should Avoid When Entering a New Market

Well established companies face a unique set of challenges when entering a new market. Although these companies have already proven their ability to launch and sell their products or services, this experience can actually be a hindrance. Overconfidence from success in other markets can breed oversight.

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Topics: Marketing Strategy, Content Development, Positioning

Marketing Tip of the Week: 7 Tips for Better Business Videos [Video]

MTOTW #41: Using video as part of your content marketing can help you tell your brand story or explain a product application. But poor production can detract from even the most compelling story. Here are some tips to improve video quality.

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Topics: Marketing Mix, Marketing Strategy, Content Development