The Look of Manufacturing in America
Even if you have a sales force, marketing manager, social media expert, or an event coordinator, they all need collateral to help sell your product or services. Your investment in machinery, technology, and expertise deserves the best visual representation through professional industrial photography. As well, you’ve spent all that money to be the best in your industry—people should see it in all its glory.
The Look of Manufacturing in America
ABM Produces Better ROIs and Company Collaboration
What if we told you that you can adopt a marketing strategy—pretty much designed for B2B manufacturers—that doesn’t have you chasing down prospects that are complete unknowns. Oh, it also garners higher ROIs and cross-functional collaboration. Would you like to hear more about it?
This post was written by a guest contributor. Chelsea Lamb has spent the last eight years honing her tech skills and is the resident tech specialist at Business Pop. Her goal is to demystify some of the technical aspects of business ownership.
Improve Your Manufacturing Digital Strategy and Strengthen Customer Loyalty
Staying competitive through the COVID-19 pandemic has demanded that B2B manufacturers undergo a rapid digital transformation. This accelerated shift to eCommerce represented a shock to the system in an industry built on sales reps and in-person trust-building. However, as the pandemic wears on and businesses grow accustomed to new ways of working, business owners are realizing the value of a robust digital presence.
How Tracking Revenue Attribution Helps Focus Your Marketing Strategies
Every industrial manufacturer’s goal is to increase revenue, which is made even more challenging in the middle of a pandemic and economic uncertainty. Every bit of insight we can gain to measure our efforts and our prospect’s and customer’s responses to them is valuable, especially during dynamic, unpredictable shifts in the markets. That’s where revenue attribution comes to our aid!
How Print Marketing Strategies Are Unique from Digital Strategies
When you think about marketing today, a lot of it revolves around digital strategies, whether it’s social media campaigns, best SEO practices, or online content. Billboards, printed pamphlets, and print ads seem to be a thing of the past—but are they?
Is Your Brand Your Greatest Asset?
If you asked your management team, employees, and customers “who” your company is, what would they say? Would internal and external perceptions align? Would customers agree that the value you provide is the value they feel they are getting?
Massachusetts’ Guidelines for Manufacturing During COVID-19
Manufacturing businesses are included in Phase 1 of Massachusetts’ plan of slowly reopening the economy after a lockdown period that spanned multiple months. While some manufacturing companies remained open as essential businesses, these new safety standards are mandatory for all manufacturing businesses moving forward for the foreseeable future.
How Small Businesses Can Benefit from the Starter Growth Suite’s Capabilities
Small businesses are often the ones that suffer most when enduring hard economic times. Whether it’s constraints on budget or on workforce, smaller businesses often have a harder time bouncing back. Creating marketing assets, following up on a lead, or responding to an endless number of customer questions are vital tasks, but in crisis mode, are viewed as secondary. And they often suffer in an effort to remain afloat while tending to more imminent operational needs.
How to Know If You Need a Website Facelift
These days, your audience’s first impression of your manufacturing business is based almost exclusively on your website. Your website now is your 24/7 online salesperson, driving leads and conversions and serving as an integral part of marketing to prospects. If it’s not serving its functions, you are missing out on leads and revenue.
What You Can Do About the Current Impacts on Your Business and Budget
Let’s start by stating the obvious: life now looks nothing like it did two months ago. And two months from now … who knows? Every piece of our existence feels the impact—our lifestyle, our business, and our ability to adjust to change. In addition to learning the ins and outs of Zoom conferencing, setting up home offices, being a parent/teacher/spouse/employee/regular-everyday-human simultaneously, and adjusting to a possible long-term change in our way of life, the situation has also brought to light how able we are to adjust our strategies in order to stay afloat during a time where it’s very difficult to maintain “business as usual.”