Category Archives: Demand Generation

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Above the Fold Still Critical for B2B Email Design

“Above the fold” is a term that originated in the heyday of print advertising and direct mail. Generally speaking, it’s a principle of advertising design that suggests that advertisers, in order to engage the reader and drive that individual to act, should present key selling information in a location within… Read More

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Programmatic Ad Buying: What Does It Mean for B2B Marketers?

You could make the case, as I will, that of all the new technologies to enter the marketing technology landscape of late, the two with the potential to have the biggest short-term impact for B2B marketers are Predictive Analytics and Programmatic Ad Buying. Both leverage the power of Big Data,… Read More

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Key B2B Demand Generation Strategies for 2015

Recently I sat down with Amanda Nelson, Director of Marketing at RingLead, a leading provider of cloud-based data solutions that make it easy to analyze, remove, merge and prevent duplicates in Salesforce. We discussed what’s new, what’s working, and what’s on the horizon in B2B Demand Generation. This interview originally… Read More

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Steal This Technique for Your Next Sales Email

One of the basic rules of good, direct marketing copywriting is that a call to action should always be specific. In other words, it’s always better to present the reader with a very precise, preferably tangible reason to respond. So, for example: “Click to download our free white paper” is… Read More

Infographic: 17 Tips for Generating Leads from Social PPC Advertising

Looking to include social media advertising as part of your demand generation mix in the new year? Before you get started, check out this infographic (adapted from an earlier post) for handy tips on how to make the most from advertising on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter. Which social media platform… Read More

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5 Simple PPC Landing Page Changes that May Improve Your Quality Score

As most PPC advertisers already know, Google’s Quality Score measures what Google perceives to be the quality of your keyword ads. Every keyword in a campaign receives a quality score, ranked on a scale from 1-10, that, in combination with other factors – not all of which Google discloses –… Read More