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Marketing Myths
Social Media

The Worst Industrial Marketing Advice We’ve Ever Heard

There’s a ton of bad industrial marketing advice out there. We’ve heard it all, from our competitors, your competitors, and even some of our customers. In today’s “age of information,” in which everyone and their grandma’s aunt has an opinion and a platform on which to share it, finding legitimate, proven industrial marketing advice can be tricky.

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SEO Myths
SEO

6 SEO Myths You Can Ignore

For many industrial companies, search engine optimization (SEO) is still shrouded in mystery. It’s understandable — the rules and “best practices” are ever-evolving, shifting constantly as new technologies and trends come and go. It’s no surprise, then, that there are a lot of misconceptions surrounding SEO.

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Emotional Connection

Making Emotional Connections Through Data

Appealing to an audience through marketing often requires connecting with them at an emotional level; emotions are a huge influence on consumer decisions when purchasing a product or service. With this in mind, marketers must create messaging that will not only engage their audience but will also make the message feel more personal.

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Marketing Advice

5 Takeaways From IMPACT Live 2018

This year’s IMPACT Live event was, as the name implies, impactful. The two-day conference, held in Hartford, Connecticut, brought together 500+ marketing, sales, and business professionals, all there to learn from some of the best in the industry while preparing for the future of inbound marketing.

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Social Media

How To Not Be Annoying On LinkedIn

In the ever-changing social media landscape, LinkedIn has proven to be a trusted resource for professionals in every industry. As such, it can be a great tool for networking, keeping in touch with old colleagues, recruiting new employees, finding job opportunities, and showcasing your professional knowledge and experience, particularly for those working in industrial marketing.

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