Top B2B Marketing downloads: February
February ended with the 88th Academy Awards ceremony. And surely this year’s event will be remembered as an historical shift in judging attitudes; a successful campaign for the unbiased acknowledgment of contributions to acting; the fair representation of talent in the awards it issues: yes, Leo finally won Best Actor in a Leading Role. (Apparently there was something about racism as well.)
Held very much in the same esteem as the Oscars among B2B marketers, it’s now time to reveal last month’s top B2B Marketing downloads...
With 72 per cent of internet users preferring to be addressed in a language other than English, content translation can enable huge growth for your company.
From colloquial expressions to the significance of animals, this whitepaper outlines everything you need to know about going local with content.
4. Attention is currency, LinkedIn
In the last 30 years, mankind has produced more information than in the previous 5000. At the same time, attention spans are decreasing. How do marketers cut through this information overload?
This whitepaper from LinkedIn explains why it's time to shelve your current digital strategy and campaigns.
3. Analysing the value of responsive web design can be messy, Adobe Marketing Cloud
How do you attribute increased traffic, conversions, or revenue to a single philosophy investment? The realistic answer: you don’t.
This report from Adobe discusses the strategies digital marketers need to embrace to show value via a 'oneweb' message.
2. The B2B Buyer's Survey Report, Demandbase
As social takes on a more prominent role for B2B buyers, content remains critical to the buying process and buyers want more of it.
This B2B buyer's survey report from Demandbase identifies the significant trends in the modern buyer's behaviour.
1. What not to do in B2B marketing, Harte Hanks
B2B marketers need to make every customer interaction count. Achieving this requires effective, relevant communications underpinned by long-term, data-driven strategies that make effective use of marketing technologies.
This whitepaper from Harte Hanks outlines the three main marketing pitfalls and offers actionable tips on how to avoid them, enabling you to provide tangible ROI for your activities in 2016.