What they are and why we need ’em
Ad agency creatives know what it’s like. You’ve come up with a fantastic idea for an ad, a one-liner or an image that, at first glance, seems to nail the brief. Right now, you’re feeling great. Like you can walk on water. Like the whole world is going to applaud your uncanny creative abilities.
But the thrill is short-lived. Find out why being in it for the long haul pays off.
“Can we use the term, COVID-19, in our marketing?” “Will people think we’re trying to take advantage of the situation?” “Is it OK to mention COVID-19 when our products don’t protect or help cure people?” – does this sound like you?
COVID-19, for some businesses, has become the disease whose name must not be mentioned in the context of commercial gain. But could this be doing more harm than good?
that, when times get tough, the tough get going. And that’s probably why, in a
time where many companies have reduced or even stopped spending on marketing
efforts for fear of COVID-19’s impact, we’re seeing a growing number of
companies turning the current situation to their advantage.
Right now, companies are in a battle for market share and, in some cases, survival. Some, however, fight smarter than others.
Watching our clients around the globe during the past month, we have noticed three different ways people are reacting to these tough times:
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B2B companies are rushing to transform their current sales and marketing approach to an Account-based Marketing (ABM) approach before the next financial crisis. Learn what ABM is, how it can boost your chances in a tough marketplace and where to get started.
B2B-virksomheder har i øjeblikket
lynende travlt med at omstille deres salg- og marketingafdelinger til
account-based marketing (ABM), inden den næste finanskrise sætter ind. Bliv
klogere på, hvad ABM er, hvordan det kan øge dine chancer i et vanskeligt
marked, og hvordan du kommer i gang.
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B2B marketers are facing the biggest driver of change since the arrival of inbound marketing: the transformation caused by Account-Based Marketing (ABM). For those who may not know the term, the general principle of ABM is, to loosely quote ad giant David Ogilvy, no longer counting the people you reach, but instead, reaching the people who count.
Klar til at gå over til account-based marketing? Her er 5 aspekter, som ikke må slå fejl!
B2B-virksomheder står i øjeblikket over for den største drivkraft for forandring siden inbound marketing – omstillingen til account-based marketing (ABM).
For dem, der ikke kender begrebet, er det overordnede princip bag ABM (for løst at citere reklameguruen David Ogilvy), at man ikke længere tæller de kunder, man når ud til, men i stedet når ud til de kunder, der tæller.
cylindr’s home market is Scandinavia. And, while the Scandis (thanks to one of my colleagues last week for proving to me that the word “Scandi” has become mainstream these days) are known for being well-versed in the English language, there are still a few common errors that squeeze through the cracks in the world of business.
Early this morning, I watched a YouTube video where five physicists attempted to explain the key concepts of quantum physics to a well-educated, yet largely non-physicist audience. The group had roughly an hour to get their messages across and were, of course, keeping it simple – it’s just that ‘simple’ and quantum physics don’t tend to go together.
Comparing content marketing to quantum physics might be a bit of a stretch, but if you’ve got the attention of management or the sales department for just an hour, communicating its workings and benefits can be no less difficult. How do you cut to the chase and get the organization on board as quickly and convincingly as possible?
Brexit is front page news – and all the media coverage has made me wonder: what impact might it have on European B2B marketers? I considered the evidence, made some guesses – and came up with seven possible consequences for European marketers doing business in the UK.