International Marketing: What Technology Marketers Can Learn from the NFL

NFL: International Series-Wembley Stadium Views

While the NFL is under the microscope for numerous items that they wish they could hide from, there is one recent action they took that should be served as a lesson for marketers. This past weekend, the NFL hosted the first of three NFL games at Wembley Stadium in London featuring the Miami Dolphins and […]

7 Steps to Digital Marketing Success

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As digital marketing has unfolded it has been full of promises to simplify our lives, but the reality is that digital marketing has complicated them more than ever. As a result, 947 marketing technology companies have been created attempting to make digital marketing easier! According to  Adobe’s recent Digital Distress Study: 76% of marketers feel marketing […]

3 Ways to Fine-Tune Your Tech Marketing Strategies in China

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The rest of the world watched this past week as Alibaba, a Chinese internet company, had the largest IPO in history. It is clear that investors and consumers understand the tremendous opportunity that exists in China. But when it comes to technology marketing, there are still a number of question marks when it comes to […]

5 Questions a Marketer Should Never Ask a Graphic Designer

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When you are creating your next piece of content or marketing materials, ask yourself what will make it most effective with your audience and drive the most ROI for your business. Is it informative? Check. Is it actionable? Check. Does it convey the right message? Check. All set, right? Well, maybe not. The important question […]

Channel Marketing Insider – Confessions of an MDF Abuser

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I recently spoke with the former head of a national reseller who refers to himself as a former “MDF Abuser” (for any non-channel readers, I’m referring to Market Development Funds supplied to resellers by their manufacturing partners). He reminisced about the good old days of how MDF was used on face-to-face activities like wining and […]

Breaking Bad… Marketing Habits

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As a marketer, have you ever wondered whether or not you’re doing your marketing right?  I’ll admit, I second guess myself all the time: Am I building the right content? Am I measuring the right metrics? Am I telling the right stories? Am I delivering the right results? It got me thinking about what I […]

Responsibility in Retargeting

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Have you noticed how those new running shoes you checked out on Wednesday for your race on Friday have since followed you to your favorite runner’s blog, popped into your favorite social feed and even appeared alongside your running group emails? What a great ad experience – those shoes I showed an interest in that […]

One 3-Hour Event to Fuel Your Marketing Strategies for the Next 4 Quarters

TechTarget Boston ROI Summit

Boston-area technology marketers and sales reps: These are the most important 3 hours you will spend getting ready for the next year Join us for our annual Boston ROI Summit and in the same amount of time it takes to watch a Patriots game, you will get top-notch guidance to support your marketing efforts over the next […]

Trend Watch: Using Vine for B2B marketing

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Many of you have heard of Vine, but if you haven’t, you probably are not alone (new trends tend to take their time making their way to B2B and Technology Marketing). For those that don’t know, Vine is a short-form video sharing service owned by Twitter that features looping videos that are no longer than 6 […]

Humanizing the Buyer’s Journey

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Using content to attract sales leads requires a deep dive into the human psyche.  It wasn’t always this way, but as concepts such as the buyer’s journey and gated content become the norm, competition for attention has intensified.   It’s not good enough anymore to dangle a white paper and expect prospects to volunteer to be […]