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Business-to-business (B2B) refers to business relations between two or more companies. In contrast to business-to-consumer (B2C) business relations, there is no direct end customer contact in this model. Business partners can be private compani...
Self-marketing for agencies – escaping the recommendation trap
They professionally present their clients in the best possible light – but many agencies struggle when it comes to strategic self-marketing. But if you only rely on recommendations, you are in danger of a rude awakening, especially in times of crisis.
GDPR in B2B newsletter marketing – here’s how you can create legal certainty
The use and analysis of personal data plays a central role in newsletter marketing. Data-protection officer Dr. Stephan Gärtner explains in which form this kind of data processing is permitted for promotional purposes.
AI in B2B marketing: how to achieve decisive competitive advantages
AI is becoming an increasingly popular element in B2B marketing. Artificial intelligence can contribute to greater efficiency and higher productivity at many levels – whether for target group analysis, campaign management or relationship building.
How to identify and evaluate new market opportunities
In corporate development and when branching into new business areas, it is crucial to recognize and utilize the driving forces in the market. Accurate market analyses form the basis for an in-depth evaluation of market opportunities.
The mere-exposure effect – Why content marketing works
Thanks to the workings of the mere-exposure effect, the brain reacts positively to stimuli that have previously been perceived subconsciously. This is precisely why content marketing works – but it also becomes clear why it takes time before a content strategy can deliver measurable results.
Why you should consider using influencer marketing on LinkedIn
The business network LinkedIn is in a state of dynamic development. B2B marketing is the name of the game here, not least due to the numerous B2B influencers it has to offer, who have extensive reach. But how does the business that has been ascribed to the B2C market for so long work on LinkedIn? And what does the future hold for the network?