Mobile apps are garnering a lot of attention in the world of B2B eCommerce. In a recent survey of global product and supply companies, 65% of respondents said that they offered a mobile optimized site. The same percentage said that they offered B2B mobile apps. More than two thirds of these companies cited brand awareness and customer engagement as their primary motivations for offering B2B mobile apps, while nearly half gave increased sales as their primary objective.
Surveys like this underscore the growing importance of mobile for online marketing success. We recently noted that there are more than 176 million mobile users in the US, and that more than 75% of B2B buyers use mobile at some point during their purchasing process. While mobile traffic today accounts for around 16% of B2B eCommerce visits, the vast majority of B2B decision makers believe that number is only going to grow, making mobile the future of B2B eCommerce.
Read More At <> http://blog.bizbilla.com/infoyork-private-limited/user/show/6483/why-every-b2b-business-needs-mobile-apps
Social media can be one of the most effective tools in your online marketing strategy to promote your content.
If you do it correctly,There’s no doubt you’ve spent hours on your website creating your blog, making sure you have great content, and researching everything you want to share with your readers, the last thing you want to do is not get any return on your time and energy investment.
Social media can play a huge role in your blog marketing strategy. When you start devoting time to promoting your content through the number of social channels out there, you’re going to start seeing a lot of positive results: increased web traffic, more followers, a greater reach, and even more customers. If you aren’t quite sure how to get started promoting your blog on social media, that’s ok, we’re here to help you every step of the way.
Just follow these steps.
Step #1: Create Interesting Headlines
We’re going to go ahead and assume that you’ve already created a blog that has great content. Content that is well researched, content that educates your ideal target audience, and content that drives engagement. If not, consider the above step, you must do that before you can move on to anything else for the best results.
Read More At <> http://blog.bizbilla.com/supplier-tara-anne/user/show/6098/simple-steps-for-promoting-your-business-blog-on-social-media
B2B sales are a critical part of many business’s revenue models. If you want to be successful in the B2B world you need to follow a number of steps to increase your chances of getting more B2B leads. If you want to be successful with generating B2B leads, you have to go through a certain process. This guide is going to introduce you to that process.
Begin by Researching Your Prospects :
Not enough B2B firms actually research their prospects. They go in with all guns blazing. You should already know about the person you’re getting in contact with before you pick up the phone. Go out of your way to look at their website and find out a little more about their business. This will allow you to understand whether your product is the right one for them. Qualifying your B2B sales leads will ensure that you have a better chance of converting them.
Yes, this is a step that will eat into the time you’re spending throughout the day, but it’s a worthwhile pursuit. The fact is that not enough people are researching their prospects. They’re spending time on leads that never had a chance of converting. That’s a waste of your time.
Get the Most Information Possible :
Knowledge is power. The more you know about someone’s B2B company the more of a chance you have of selling to them. The first truth you need to establish about the world of B2B is that you’re here to solve a problem. You have to find out what that problem is. It could even be a problem your potential B2B lead doesn’t yet know about. The way to do this is to ask probing questions about their business. Ask questions and spend the majority of the time listening to the answers. At least 70% of your time should be spent listening to other people. Nobody likes to be lectured by a salesperson.
Read More At <> http://blog.bizbilla.com/supplier-tara-anne/user/show/6425/5-ways-you-can-be-successful-at-b2b-sales