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The future of B2B marketing lies in intelligently targeting prospects and finding the clients that fit your product.
MarketingProfs contributor Bonnie Crater has published an article highlighting three b2b marketing predictions for 2022.
She says, “B2B marketers will refine their strategies and adjust to changing circumstances, but they won’t be going back to the way things were in 2019. And that’s OK, because fundamental changes in customer expectations and behavior require new approaches, just as they always have.
Here are three trends to watch in 2022 as B2B marketers gear up for a post-pandemic marketplace.
1. B2B marketers trim their tech stacks
One of the defining drivers of marketing’s transformation over the past decade has been the explosion of marketing technology. The Chief Marketing Technologist blog has covered the sector’s growth for 10 years and pegs today’s number of available martech solutions at more than 8,000. When the blog first published its annual marketing technology landscape in 2008, there were around 150.”
Copyblogger’s Stefanie Flaxman has published a ‘Business Blogging Pro Guide’ to help you grow your blog and so the business.
She says, “Writing a blog for your business helps prospects get to know, like, and trust you while you educate them on what they need to know to do business with you.
But taking on such an important task can feel like a lot of pressure, right?
You naturally want readers to get a positive impression of your products or services. Anything less would be disappointing or downright devastating. So … we lean on perfectionism.
The false belief associated with perfectionism is that if everything is “perfect,” you’ll protect yourself from someone pointing out something you did wrong or something they don’t like (which is impossible to control).”
Retargeting is a form of online advertising that can help you keep your brand in front of bounced traffic after they leave your website.
Business 2 Community contributor Erin Hynes has published an article highlighting five useful retargeting campaign tips.
She says, “Let’s look at some key tips for setting up a successful retargeting campaign:
1. Use different messaging and creatives to re-engage your audience.
Serving an ad that a user has already seen or driving them to the same part of the website they’ve already visited can be ineffective. Instead, spend time tailoring the messaging with a strong call to action and engaging creatives that drive users directly to the point of conversion will make it easier for them to take that desired action. If the point of prospecting campaigns is to drive awareness and engagement, then retargeting should be focused on getting the user to take action.
2. Exclude audiences who have already converted.
It is strongly recommended to exclude users who have already converted on your campaigns to ensure you are truly connecting with those users who have not taken the primary action desired.”
SEO remains one of the most important elements for your business growth. With a strong SEO strategy, you can achieve your business goals.
Search Engine Journal contributor Kristi Hines has published an article highlighting six expert tips for small business SEO strategy in 2022.
She says, “From business networking to sharing customer stories, here are the top tips for small businesses that want to improve their search rankings.
1. Tap Emerging Search Trends
Jeff Riddall, Senior Product Manager at OneLocal, advises all businesses to focus on optimization around topical groups of intent-based keywords at each stage of their customer’s journey, as Google continues to refine its algorithm and ability to determine what content searchers are really after.
“Small businesses should look for keyword opportunities and content gaps where they can add value by answering specific questions that their customers have,” he says.”
Business 2 Community contributor Kevin Webster has shared three Secret SEO Tips for the Shopify platform.
He says, “In this piece, we’ll look at 2 things you can do to establish trust, which is one of the elements Google considers in rankings. Plus 1 weekly task you can do to grow your site and traffic.
Omitting these three items could in fact be keeping you from a first-page ranking. So let’s dive in.
1. Publish a Phone Number for Customer Service
Many of us who own Shopify E-commerce stores are sole proprietors, and really don’t have staff to work the phones. At the same time, getting a Google Voice number and setting up a mailbox takes no time at all. Just make sure you check it every now and again or your customer reviews may suffer.
Having a number published shows there is a human being behind the business, and search engines like that. I can all but guarantee the sites out ranking you have a phone number published in their header or footer.”
Quick Sprout has published an article highlighting the best web hosting providers.
Lars Lofgren says, “Read in-depth reviews of these below — plus, tips for saving money, the best types of hosting for different situations, and my method for picking the right web host.
The Top 10 Best Web Hosting Providers
#1. Hostinger – Most Affordable Hosting Plans Overall
Hostinger is the best choice if you’re looking to save money.
In fact, their lowest plan is $1.39/month. That’s rock bottom.
And if you dig into what each plan offers, I think you’ll find that virtually everything a new site needs is included.”
LinkedIn is one of the best networks to generate leads from among business professionals. LinkedIn offers very personal ways of identifying potential leads, engaging them, and turning them into customers.
Blogging Wizard contributor Nicola Bleu has shared 36 latest LinkedIn statistics, facts, and trends.
She says, “In this article, we’ll take a look at the latest LinkedIn statistics.
How many people use LinkedIn? Who uses LinkedIn? Why should you use this platform? We’re answering all these questions and more.
Ready? Let’s get started:
LinkedIn usage statistics
The year is about to end now. 2021 filled our lives with a variety of experiences. When it comes to marketing, there were several things that we experienced.
Business 2 Community contributor Susie Marino has published an article highlighting the 10 biggest PPC stories of 2021.
She says, “This is your *real* syllabus (read: survival guide) for 2022. Class is now officially in session.
1. Google ruffles our keyword matching feathers
Keywords are the backbone of PPC. So of course Google would throw us some keyword curveballs this year!
What went down in ’21
For keywords, 2021 was a rollercoaster ride. First, we saw the sunset of our beloved modified broad match in February. Google’s reasoning was that broad match is more effective now, and that modified broad and phrase match often serve the same use case.
Saying this ruffled advertisers’ feathers is putting it lightly. Many people used modified broad since it acted as a “happy medium” match type. Between the pressures of the pandemic combined with the ever-rising challenges of PPC advertising, many felt these keyword changes from Google were insensitive, unnecessary, and untimely.”
Your content can be a key driving force in reaching out to more and more people online. With high-quality content, you can grow your chances of conversion.
Skyword, Inc. contributor Rose de Fremery has shared some useful tips to help you use timely content to build brand awareness and authority.
She says, “Here are some best practices for crafting successful timely content—along with five types of content you can strategically leverage to produce the right content at the right time.
Best Practices for Successful Timely Content
As with every aspect of your content ecosystem, you’ll get the most out of timely content by taking a strategic approach. Target topics and opportunities that directly relate to your brand and audience. Otherwise, you run the risk of coming off as overly opportunistic—or, worse, inauthentic.
As you might expect, timing is everything. You are far more likely to see results at the moment when your content is top of mind for your audience. If you’re a bit too late or too early, you may miss your chance. With that in mind, look at relevant search trends from years past to see when audiences start searching for specific topics. You might be surprised to discover how early they begin their searches.
Organic search takes time, so you’ll need a strong distribution strategy to take advantage of the short window of opportunity.”