Josh Horton, on January 06, 2017 // 3:23 PM
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Josh Horton, on September 29, 2016 // 10:00 AM
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Josh Horton, on September 22, 2016 // 12:31 PM
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There’s a great divide between many B2B sales and marketing teams. Generally, the two just don’t seem to like each other - even though their goals are the same.
When blogging for your business, the goal is to create remarkable, educational content. For the most part, the name of your company will be irrelevant in these blog posts.
We want to attract customers by solving their problems and giving them small victories along the way. So, when the time comes to make a big decision, they won’t think twice about giving your business a call. They’ll remember what you did for them when they had an issue or an opportunity.
P.S. - These people are also known as your buyer personas. They’re kind of important. So, make sure you know your buyer persona inside and out before you even start typing your first post!
So, what’s the point of having a blog if you can’t talk about how great you are or how awesome your company is? It’s a good question. I’m glad you asked. However, I’m going to be blunt here.
They don’t care.
Josh Horton, on September 08, 2016 // 11:28 AM
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The 2016 NFL season kicks off tonight with a rematch of last year’s Super Bowl between the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos. The one thing those two teams had in common? They had a great quarterback.
The Panther’s Cam Newton is a young up-and-coming quarterback who is making a name for himself in the NFL. Meanwhile, Peyton Manning won the Super Bowl. He retired as arguably one of the best quarterbacks of all time.
“Alright, Josh, what in the world does this have to do with buyer personas and inbound marketing?” It’s a fair question, and one I’m poised to answer.
Josh Horton, on August 19, 2016 // 3:20 PM
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You may have heard of inbound marketing, or maybe you haven’t. Either way, you are probably asking yourself, “What the heck is inbound marketing?”
At a very high level, inbound marketing is essentially permission based-marketing that makes use of all digital channels. You will be using high-quality content to attract more of your best buyers when they’re looking. So, essentially it’s about making it easy for your ideal buyers to find you, eventually convert into leads and from their turn into happy customers that will quick to refer you to their colleagues.
Sounds great, but where do I start? There are several tactics involved in an inbound marketing strategy, and in order for them to be successful they have to work together. For example, you may already have a Facebook page for your business, but what good is the page without any content? Content is king and you will want to create content that your visitor feels is valuable enough to share their contact information with you.
Josh Horton, on July 15, 2016 // 2:49 PM
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