Inbound Marketing Blog

Sales Contributor

“Let Me Think About It:” How to Turn Sales Objection Into Opportunity Part 2 [+Video]

By: Jason Swenk August 7th, 2018

Blog Feature

This is the second installment in my series on Agency Sales Objection Handling. If you missed last month’s article, it’s all about how to respond when a new business prospect says “send me more information”... which is super annoying, right? But equally frustrating is when you spend a ton of time winning a new client only to hear them say, "let me think about it."

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Sales & Marketing Alignment Contributor

6 Ways Buyer Intent Data Fosters Sales & Marketing Alignment

By: Ed Marsh June 14th, 2018

Blog Feature

It’s widely accepted that the internet has enabled changes in buyer behaviors which have disrupted traditional marketing and sales approaches.   The exploding universe of sales and MarTech software tools has enabled methodologies like inbound marketing. It’s allowed companies to deliver better experiences to prospects and buyers, but it’s also often created internal friction.

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Content Marketing Off-site Content Marketing Contributor

4 Data-backed Ways to Improve Your Content Pitches from Editors Themselves

By: Kelsey Raymond June 12th, 2018

Blog Feature

As an inbound marketer today, you’ve likely ensured your company has a website, a blog, an email list, some social media accounts — you know, the basics. You’ve probably also built a dedicated, loyal base of readers, subscribers, and followers, but if you’re not also pitching your content to editors of external publications and earning outside media, you’re really only communicating with people who are already familiar with your brand. 

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Content Marketing Content Distribution Contributor

4 Clever Ways to Produce Less Content, But Get Better Results

By: Ian Cleary June 11th, 2018

Blog Feature

A recent report from BuzzSumo showed that the average number of shares on a piece of content has halved over the last couple of years and median number of links out of 100 million articles researched was 0. If you don’t get shares, it’s unlikely people will see your content on social media channels. If you don't get links, it’s going to be very difficult to rank on Google. And frankly, if you don’t have either -- is anyone ever going to see your content?

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Search Engine Optimization Website Development Contributor

Subdomains or Subfolders: Which Architecture Is Better For SEO in 2018?

By: Franco Valentino April 17th, 2018

Blog Feature's Rosemary Brisco was arguing with some clients about whether subdomains or subfolders are superior for SEO ranking. Her clients were somewhat knowledgeable about SEO and heard some alarming things about the 'subdomain vs. subfolder debate' -- which has become an even more important one in 2018’s technical SEO environment.

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