In a few minutes I’ll share a nasty little curse that can harm us B2B marketers if we’re not careful. I’ll show you some of the tell-tale signs that you’ve been afflicted by it, offer some ideas on how you can rid yourself of it and provide a suggestion of where I think the curse may come from. Warning: it might be YOUR fault! 😉
In this post (originally published on B2B Marketing Magazine), I dedicate a poem to my fellow B2B marketers. It’s a poem about avoiding publishing marketing content that totally sucks. I’ll get to it in about three minutes, but first I thought I’d share with you the disappointing B2B marketing circumstances that inspired me to write it. I have a sneaking suspicion the scenario will be all too familiar to you… … Your marketing sucks – a B2B poem
There’s a lesson in here for all marketing communicators… Bill Bernbach’s letter to the owners of Grey Advertising on Fifth Avenue where he was Creative Director. (Via ‘Letters of Note’ and @VikkiRossWrites).
Following my team winning the Content Marketing Campaign of the Year award at last year’s B2B Marketing Awards (#ShamelessHumblebrag ;-), I was delighted to be interviewed by B2B Marketing Magazine earlier this year for one of their print editions. The topic of conversation was how to prove the value of content marketing. Here are the questions and I was asked, and a quick summary of the opinions I offered… … 5 helpful tips to prove the value of your B2B content marketing