During the Cold War, rival superpowers entered into an escalating arms race. They created enough nuclear weapons to decimate the planet over and over again (and then a few more times, just to be sure) – pursuing a policy known as … The Content Cold War: more B2B marketers should produce less content
I’ve got a sneaking suspicion that many B2B brands get their social media marketing priorities wrong. Here I share a few thoughts on what I think we should focus on, the reasons why, and put forward the two words that I believe sit at the heart of B2B social media marketing success.
… The two words at the heart of B2B social media marketing success
This poster, from a folks over at Gaping Void, sums up what I think marketing is primarily all about…
In this latest instalment of a blog post series that likens topical B2B marketing issues to classic movies (see previous takes on Bridget Jones and The Matrix, for example), I explore the phenomena known as ‘shiny new toy syndrome’. Below I share some perspectives on marketing’s fascination with the latest new thing, but first – and with tongue planted firmly in cheek – I bring you The Life of B2Brian…
… B2B marketing – the movie – part 5: The Life of B2Brian
When I was a kid in London, bad … Some interesting marketing lessons about being bad (or preferably good)