Until the recent past, brand positioning was not of much relevance to B2B companies for some reasons such as the price being the deciding factor for decision-making buyers and emotional aspects do not move them, B2B products are complex enough to be reduced to a slogan or punchline. These views are no longer valid and B2B branding has acquired much significance to gain several benefits Here are some of the important benefits of successful B2B branding.
Taking a page from Instagram, Facebook and Snapchat, LinkedIn recently bought a ticket for the Stories train. Starting as a testing option for a few users, it was rolled out completely in late 2020.
For any B2B business, a brand strategy is a crucial factor for a long-term success. If meticulously devised considering several aspects such as your product, niche, market, competitors and customers, it becomes a strong brand strategy. Unlike that of B2C, a B2B brand strategy is more of science than art for the branding audience are generally decision-makers, who look for facts and figures and are logic-oriented.
As a B2B marketer, looking for the next big thing is part of the job description. Especially, when the digital landscape is shifting at the speed of light, and the fastest finger does come first. One of the core reasons why Google commands the attention it does is its nature to keep adapting and evolving by keeping its user experience in mind. One such evolution is the rise of structured snippets. Structured snippets, as the name suggests, are excerpts from your site data that inform the searcher about what you offer. It works as a Google Ads extension, allowing you to display a couple of headers beneath your text ads.
Most B2B websites fail to be organized, engaging and empathetic to customers. Is your website good enough in understanding buyers, as well as their issues? Unfortunately, there are websites of companies offering renowned products, which we often come across, not customer-friendly for various reasons. They look informative but fail to keep the visitors engaged or have a persuasive call to action.