Top B2B Marketing Blog Posts

If you follow my blog, you know that B2B Marketing is not just my profession, but my passion. Here are some of my more popular blog posts on B2B Marketing that you might enjoy.

Best,
  Christopher Ryan

B2B Sales Process: What are the typical steps in the B2B sales process? I explain terms such as raw inquiry, suspect, qualified lead and more.

Where To Find Sales Leads: The need for fresh sales leads is a recurring challenge. This post starts with direct marketing methods.

Where To Find B2B Sales Leads: This post focuses on nine more lead sources from two important categories – online media and pull marketing.

Brand Promise Examples: Your brand is the place your company occupies in a prospect’s or customer’s mind when he or she thinks about you. Let’s look at some good, and not so good brand promise examples.

B2B Marketing Pitfalls: All of us face challenges in our marketing and sales strategies that are potential pitfalls. I have learned through long experience that avoiding the bad things can be just as important as doing the right things.

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New Location for B2B Marketing Blog

Please note:  Blog posts about B2B marketing and other topics from Christopher Ryan and his colleagues can be found at the Great B2B Marketing Blog Site: http://www.greatb2bmarketing.com/blog.

For more information on B2B marketing and sales, also be sure to visit us at the Fusion Marketing Partners Website: http://fusionmarketingpartners.com/b2bmarketing. 

Thank you.
Christopher Ryan

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About Christopher Ryan

Christopher Ryan is the managing director of Fusion Marketing Partners and author of How to Create an Unstoppable Marketing and Sales Machine. Chris has twenty-five years of marketing, technology, and senior management experience, and is a widely known expert in business-to-business marketing, sales strategy, systems, and processes.

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