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Virtual Marketing Team service launched for B2B technology companies

11-Apr-2016 13:22:19 / by beverley russell

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Resourceful Marketing an inbound marketing agency based in Winchester, Hampshire has launched a new virtual marketing team service exclusively for B2B technology clients throughout the UK.

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HOW A VIRTUAL MARKETING TEAM CAN GROW YOUR BUSINESS

14-Mar-2016 10:41:07 / by beverley russell

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Over the last 5 years, marketing has probably undergone its biggest transformation with the advent of Modern Marketing. Marketing now has become almost a 50%:50% mix of creative and science. As marketers our tool kit has expanded extensively with the:

  • Widespread adoption of content marketing - delivering the right content (blogs, ebooks, social media) at right time to prospective buyers
  • Growing importance of SEO - driving the right visitors to your website
  • Increasing adoption of marketing automation - software like Eloqua or HubSpot nurturing, tracking and converting prospects.

As such, with all these tools, this is the first time that marketers can actually connect their actions with an outcome (rather than historically investing in a campaign and hoping it would work).

If you'd like your organisation to be part of the modern marketing movement and use marketing as a lead generation machine, rather than a passive design service, it's well worth partnering with a virtual marketing team.

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Why inbound marketing is the way forward for the B2B technology sector

10-Mar-2016 13:58:20 / by beverley russell

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INTRODUCTION:

Having worked in client side marketing roles within the tech sector for nearly 2 decades, I believe that inbound marketing is set to transform the way we go to market in the B2B technology sector.  Where we've relied up until now on outbound activities to find new customers like tradeshows, integrated marketing campaigns spearheaded by advertising and lots of emailing. All this is set to be replaced by the more subtle, less invasive, typically less expensive and more scientific form of inbound marketing.

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