Brilliant B2B Digital Mktg CIM SY 21/10/15

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Presentation to CIM Sheffield as part of MADE Festival covering digital strategy, websites, SEO, inbound content marketing, social media, conversion optimisation and analytics and measurement.

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  • Understanding, interpreting and delivering on customer needs has been the foundation of marketing for over one hundred years.

    Businesses have been buying and selling products to one another for hundreds of years. But, don’t let anyone tell you that B2B marketing isn’t different from marketing products to consumers. It is.

    We know B2B marketing often involves communicating with hard to reach and hard to engage B2B decision-makers through a complex purchase cycle from unaware to purchase. 

    (Why bullets?)

    A digital marketing strategy that provides a structured process to create a long-term plan to integrate digital media and technologies to support business goals must be the best way to cut through this and stand out.
  • Focuses activity around audience and business goals. Do you want to make money, save money, improve service, raise awareness, build data? Only you will know. Document it.

    Focus strategy helps secure buy in, resource and investment at all levels across the business.

    Focus strategy helps establish who, what, where, why and how for all digital decisions you need to make such as channel selection, timing, ratio of investment and more.
  • The SOSTAC model have been voted as one of the most popular marketing models and is created by PR Smith. It is a planing model that can be used for your digital marketing planning and it stands for:Situation – where are we now?Objectives – where do we want to be?Strategy – how do we get there?Tactics – how exactly do we get there?Action – what is our plan?Control – did we get there?The model offers a logical order for tackling your plan and you can use it to critically assess your processes. I guess the reason for its popularity is that is simple and easy to understand and use. I personally use it a lot and I think it offers a really good approach.
  • You will have completed a SWOT for your traditional marketing planning over time, but have you applied that thinking to your online environment? It needs to be digital-specific.

    This SWOT activity will certainly help establish opportunities, weaknesses from a resource perspective and strengths from a brand perspective, which could be translated into a compelling OVP.

    A clearly defined OVP will help you differentiate your online service encouraging prospects and existing customers to engage initially and stay loyal.

    We recommend using a TOWS matrix for SWOT in this format since this helps integrate your analysis with your strategy rather than the analysis being placed on the shelf and forgotten.

  • Identify and prioritise target audiences. As with traditional marketing, targeting the right audiences is key. Digital media enable you to target broad groups, but also micro-target. LinkedIn, the preferred business online networking tool of over 200 million around the world, is a fantastic resource for customer and influencer research. Get a sense of the issues your audiences have, as suggested by their individual and company profiles. Also review the questions and discussions placed in LinkedIn Groups. This can help you both in developing content to engage them, but also shows you questions you must answer to convert them.
  • Create propositions to emphasise your differences. In broad terms this means using each digital tool in the right way, at the right time to convey the right message to the right people. Brand awareness, lead generation, customer acquisition and customer retention all require modified approaches. This also applies to offline as well as online channels.
  • Whichever business sector you are in, it is still crucial to consider your digital marketing as a holistic process created around your website. While some consumer brands may find that their Facebook page is their main touch point for online customers there aren’t many where this is yet true for B2B marketing. The website is still at the heart of your digital marketing.

    We know that business buyers are looking for reassurance and credibility, so a company needs their website to be as credible as possible.

    (bullets)

    So, don’t spend money on banner advertising, pay-per-click (PPC), email campaigns or effort in setting up elaborate and ‘hard to feed’ social media platforms until your website is right. Why? Because if it doesn’t offer the right user experience, provide the appropriate and relevant content and channel them to a tangible next action, you are wasting your time and your money.
  • 1. Information is easy to verify on your website. Shows a company is trustworthy and stable.

    2. There is a real organisation behind your website. Evidence that the organisation exists takes this further by providing clear guidance on locations, people, products.

    3. Highlight expert content and services offered. As we move from being a broadcast to targeted inbound marketing economy, companies that produce focused content relevant to the needs of customers will stand out.

    4. Demonstrate honesty and integrity on your website. These qualities may be seen as subjective but you can set a tone throughout your website as pages such as About Us, Our Philosophy and FAQs allude to your honesty and integrity.

    5. Make it easy to contact you. Post contact details on every page throughout the website and not just on a ‘Contact Us’ page.

    6. Your website should reflect your business. And, it should reflect the experience that customers enjoy offline, face-to-face, in stores, on stands and anywhere else.

    7. Your website should be accessible and easy to navigate. Western websites have navigation bars either running horizontally across the top and bottom or vertically to the left-hand side of the website for a reason.

    8. Use frequently updated relevant and useful content. Content is the biggest part of your digital strategy as it governs your selection of keywords, what you say, how and when you say it. It helps rank your site with search engine bots and entice real human visitors too.

    9. Avoid errors of all kinds. Sounds obvious but spelling mistakes, grammar and punctuation slip ups, 404 messages and any other error on a website disrupts the user experience and risks harming your credibility.

    10. Your website isn’t just available online or available in one form. Consider responsive design so it displays specifically for different devices. Think about future compatibility and consider other languages, domains, ecommerce, social. These will guide design and hosting solutions.

    Remember to treat every page as a potential landing page so narrative, call to action and signposting are all key. More on this later.
  • Given the overt commercial nature of B2B marketing, and the prevalence of search as a professional buyer’s primary research, short-listing and selection tool, SEO is one of the most fundamental and biggest impact areas you can focus on.

    A good understanding of the technical basics of SEO is essential and will help to set you and your business apart from your competition. Understanding which keywords are going to position your business to your customers and then systematically taking all ethical steps to include them in your search marketing plan, will reap rewards over time.

    But it is when the key elements of SEO are applied to great content that is both relevant to the needs of your audience, and proves your credibility, that the tangible impact of good SEO is seen.
  • Search engine optimisation or SEO is the practice of making your business visible to human (and search engine) visitors when they go looking for suppliers like you.There are a number of ways of securing profile, both natural and illicit.

    This slide is a takeaway. It’s more fun to look at some real B2B companies doing it though…
  • What is being shown
    Effective use of keywords on the site in descriptions, in meta data and content –all in relation to predicted customer search
  • Taking it a little further on the BOC site, how meta descriptions are written in order to be displayed on Google Search and also how keywords are adopted into URLs, page titles, h tags and more

    Given the time, we’re not actively exploring the area of link building, article outreach and indexing today. These are important and are covered in some detail in the ebook.
  • Technology has facilitated a significant shift in how people in business interact with the companies they buy from.

    Until the early 2000s, businesses supplying other businesses could still (just about) get away with broadcast marketing, using relatively untargeted, unsophisticated advertising to promote important product or service features.

    Not anymore! Just as the procurement function became more professional, your customers got smarter. They now rely on the Internet to research, shortlist and select suppliers. And as Generation Y – 20- and 30-something digital natives enter the workplace – it will be the companies that use the Internet to project beyond their own website to draw Generation Y buyers to them that will win online.
  • Technology has facilitated a significant shift in how people in business interact with the companies they buy from.

    Until the early 2000s, businesses supplying other businesses could still (just about) get away with broadcast marketing, using relatively untargeted, unsophisticated advertising to promote important product or service features.

    Not anymore! Just as the procurement function became more professional, your customers got smarter. They now rely on the Internet to research, shortlist and select suppliers. And as Generation Y – 20- and 30-something digital natives enter the workplace – it will be the companies that use the Internet to project beyond their own website to draw Generation Y buyers to them that will win online.
  • Run through examples discussing the difference between Stelzner’s primary and nuclear fuel (from the book Launch!)

    Primary fuel (lifespan = 3 days) incl How to guides, Expert interviews, Reviews, News stories, Case studies

    Nuclear fuel (lifespan = months) incl Survey reports, White papers, Top 10 contests, Micro events (webinars, video, podcasts)
  • And that really helps when it comes to social media.

    Social media and business are two phrases that have sat uncomfortably for several years; for good reason. When you think about the very nature of social media and how the major platforms developed business applications do appear to have been shoehorned in as an afterthought.

    You can see where social media fits, with content marketing in place, you have the fuel needed to power effective social media campaigns that inform, educate, entertain, persuade, engage and endure. Remember, though, that social media marketing isn’t just about broadcast.

    B2B marketers need to be ruthless about how, where and when they deploy social media. Without the stellar consumer budgets or mass market audiences the pressures on return on investment are heightened.


    Social Media Examiner 4th annual survey of 4000 marketers
    Establish audience/s
    Reach audience/s
    Influence audience/s
    Audience defined loosely as existing & potential customers, internal customers (staff), external customers (business partners)

  • Development of content requires the following considerations..
    Thinking about our multi-disciplinary B2B audience we need to ask ourselves...
    When it comes to relevance, think about marketing to the niche...
    Evaluation – analytics can cover it all

    Customers are more likely to stick to you if you follow a robust repeatable approach to delivering against their needs.
  • Development of content requires the following considerations..
    Thinking about our multi-disciplinary B2B audience we need to ask ourselves...
    When it comes to relevance, think about marketing to the niche...
    Evaluation – analytics can cover it all

    Customers are more likely to stick to you if you follow a robust repeatable approach to delivering against their needs.
  • What does CARE mean in action?
    Some examples...
  • Social interaction can be integrated all over the web (from within your website – Knauf), to a Facebook page.

    Google’s most recent algorithm update gave social mentions on Google+ and other social sites more ranking so we’re now seeing the benefits of this in search.
  • Facebook example of PWC using market data as a hook to drive traffic and engagement online
  • The goal of most businesses is to provide a rewarding return for their owners or shareholder investment. This is our focus in the last two sections where we move on to assess how a B2B marketer sets about delivering quality leads to the sales team and uses a variety of tools and techniques to drive more, and better quality leads which can be nurtured through to transaction.
  • Claremont – itsinsidethatcounts.co.uk
    The example on the left is a landing page for workplace interior design firm Claremont showing how content can be arranged to showcase the business in the possible light to a specific audience – in this case the legal sector.
    In this example the page includes a number of the critical elements that should be included in a landing page:
    A headline and (optional) sub-headline.
    A supporting image (or slider including multiple images).
    A brief description of the offer/call to action.
    Supporting elements such as testimonials, affiliations, accreditations or security badges (for transaction B2B sites).
    Interactive content to bring the landing page call to action to life – in this case video testimonial.
    A form to capture information – duplicated twice at the top and bottom of the page.
    Separate email sign, get in touch and social media profiles.
    Downloadable material in the form of interactive brochures.

    Anglian
    Again focused around conversion to action. Make contact or fill the form in. Could it be any blunter?

    Adobe
    Show lots of primary and nuclear content to get people to take action from webinars to blogs to datasheets etc

    The point is – you spend all your time, effort and money getting them there. Make it easy for them to do business.
  • Last few slides. And we’re into analytics. This should be a no-brainer as it links back to strategy, goals and objectives and helps tell you what is working and what isn’t.

    Much evaluation of marketing activity falls into monitoring and measuring brand, key message delivery and resonance, size of, engagement with and sentiment of audience. These measures are important, but the majority of the metrics that companies build their digital marketing evaluation on often fall into the ‘vanity’ bracket. Focus on those that deliver tangible return.


  • When it comes to measurement, the boffins say steer clear of vanity measures like fans, likes, follows as these are meaningless when it comes to real ROI. I think there is some truth in this and there is much to be said about a niche but highly active following being more valuable. However, people are swayed by large numbers. For b2b, match vanity metrics with those that help display some tangible return – signups, downloads, inquiries, appointments and chart them through your funnel. These are much more likely to lead to stepchange improvement in what you’re doing as you make yourself even more relevant to your customers.
  • Brilliant B2B Digital Mktg CIM SY 21/10/15

    1. 1. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower 7 Steps to Brilliant B2B Digital Marketing René Power Founder, Vision B2B
    2. 2. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Who has a documented digital marketing plan with SMART objectives assigned? Who runs a website? Is it designed around what customers want or what you want to tell them? Who has a focused approach to search engine optimisation? About you www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower
    3. 3. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower About you Who has access to analytics? Who uses analytics to improve what they do? Who is using content to drive engagement, data capture and interest? Are you using social media to drive brand engagement further? www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower
    4. 4. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower About me 20 years in B2B marketing across a variety of sectors Accomplished international (digital) marketer and business developer Respected blogger www.marketingassassin.co.uk & www.smartinsights.com and a published author www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Passionate b2b marketer, advisor, hustler Self employed, business owner – launched today
    5. 5. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Offers to brilliant delegates Free slide download • Visit www.visionb2b.co.uk/She ffieldCIM2015 (only live till Friday, 17:00) Free prize draw • Ten business cards will be drawn tomorrow to receive a complete 220 pg guide – only available to Smart Insights Expert Members www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower
    6. 6. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Running before you can walk? Not cool. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower
    7. 7. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Being seduced by the dark side of technology? www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower
    8. 8. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Not seeing results? You’re not alone…. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Not getting the results you want?
    9. 9. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower 57% of respondents to Dave Chaffey’s latest Smart Insights survey said they didn’t have a digital marketing strategy written down. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower
    10. 10. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Why do so many companies fail? They make assumptions Audiences haven’t evolved Haven’t moved online for information needs Don’t have confidence with digital tools and technology www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower
    11. 11. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Reality check!
    12. 12. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Why do so many companies fail? They make assumptions Audiences haven’t evolved Haven’t moved online for information needs Don’t have confidence with digital tools and technology Not learning How ask the right questions How to listen to the answers www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower
    13. 13. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Reality check!
    14. 14. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Why do so many companies fail? They make assumptions Audiences haven’t evolved Haven’t moved online for information needs Don’t have confidence with digital tools and technology Not learning How ask the right questions How to listen to the answers Don’t interact Don’t engage Don’t advise, help, inform, Don’t entertain, develop www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower
    15. 15. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Reality check!
    16. 16. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower The approach www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower 1. Strategy 2. Website 3. SEO 4. Content 5. Social 6. Conversion optimisation 7. Analytics
    17. 17. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower 1. Strategy
    18. 18. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower 1: Don’t dip your toe; set a strategy • Why? – Information is the primary driver in B2B specification – Why? Professional buyers seeking assurance – Browser mentality: supplier research is predominantly conducted online – You can’t measure effectiveness without goals or a benchmark
    19. 19. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Making the case for digital • Focuses activity • Sets tangible goals • Helps secure buy in at all levels • Assists financial & resource investment • Identifies / prioritises target audience • Understand channels / how they are used • Encourages use of channels • => By design, likely to lead to more successful digital marketing www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower
    20. 20. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower SOSTAC for digital marketing http://www.smartinsights.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/SOSTAC.jpg www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower
    21. 21. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower What goes into a digital strategy • Digital SWOT • Online value proposition • ROI measured by – Sales – Savings – Attribution – Customer satisfaction The organisation Strengths - S Weaknesses - W 1. Existing brand 1. Brand perception 2. Existing customer base 2. Intermediary use 3. Existing distribution 3. Technology skills 4. X-channel support Opportunities - O SO strategies WO strategies 1. Cross selling Leverage strengths to Counter weaknesses through 2. New markets maximise opportunities exploiting opportunities 3. New services (Attacking strategy) (Build strengths for attacking 4. Alliance/co-branding strategy) Threats - T ST strategies WT strategies 1. Customer choice Leverage opportunities to Counter weaknesses and threats 2. New entrants minimise threats (Build strengths and defensive 3. New competitor processes (Defensive strategy) strategy) 4.Channel conflicts www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower
    22. 22. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Know your audience • Who they are • Where they go • What’s being asked or discussed • What’s missing • Who’s helping • Who needs help www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower
    23. 23. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Creating personas www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower
    24. 24. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Create online proposition/s www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower
    25. 25. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower 2. Website
    26. 26. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower 2: Home base (website) • Why? • Your website is most likely the first port of call – 36% of B2B buyers look at supplier sites during problem resolution – 49% of B2B buyers look at supplier sites to shortlist – 18% of B2B buyers look at supplier sites to make final supplier selection* • Your website provides that crucial first impression *2012 Buyersphere survey
    27. 27. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower UPS b2b website
    28. 28. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Oliver Valves b2b website
    29. 29. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Designing for responsive
    30. 30. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Dell b2b website (2012-2014)
    31. 31. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower BOC b2b website (2012-2014)
    32. 32. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Pentair safety systems b2b website
    33. 33. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower 3. SEO
    34. 34. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower • Why? – Search is everything – Customers browse on their terms – You have a great site = don’t leave it as a great art in a dark, concealed room 3: Getting found and staying found (SEO)
    35. 35. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower • Use Google Adword tool for keyword analysis • Set primary keyword/s per page • Assess competition • Meta data - First 70 and 200 words and density • Meta description • Page titles, h1 tags and alt tags • Anchor text • Calls to action On page SEO checklist
    36. 36. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Atlas Copco optimised for search
    37. 37. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower BOC optimised for search
    38. 38. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Off page SEO PPC PPC Organic
    39. 39. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Trade media Trade associations Search engine indexes Social media Bloggers Main- stream press Website Top Internet sites Discussion portalsTrade shows Conferences Link bait Main stream press Directories News sites
    40. 40. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower 4. Content
    41. 41. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower 4: Inbound content marketing • Why? • Use content to attract customers • Demonstrates authority • Builds reputation • Creates trust which leads to transaction
    42. 42. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Your content mission
    43. 43. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower
    44. 44. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Content marketing checklist  Agree what success looks like  Assign responsibility incl. senior level sponsor  Audit what you have  Visit watering holes  Curate  Create  Repackage and repurpose  Create a calendar  Walk before you can run
    45. 45. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Repurposing content
    46. 46. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Content marketing mapping
    47. 47. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Nokia Siemens inbound marketing
    48. 48. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower GE inbound content
    49. 49. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Volvo Trucks “The Epic Split”
    50. 50. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Nutraingredients inbound content
    51. 51. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower 5. Social
    52. 52. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Source: Being Your Brand Social Media Report 2012 5: Going social
    53. 53. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Which work best?
    54. 54. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Which work best? http://www.cmo.com/articles/2014/3/13/_2014_social_intro.html
    55. 55. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Sticky social media cheat sheet
    56. 56. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Ingersoll Rand on Facebook
    57. 57. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower PWC on Facebook
    58. 58. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower 6. Conversion optimisation
    59. 59. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower • Why? • Businesses can’t just help • They need to turn a profit • Finesse landing pages – Tease and tantalise – Provide sign posts to action Conversion optimisation
    60. 60. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Achieving better conversion
    61. 61. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower 7. Measurement
    62. 62. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower • Why? …Really!? – Set up goals/funnels and assign value – Use forward and reverse path analysis to indicate most popular/effective content – Use event tracking to monitor calls to action – Use content experiments to test/increase performance on key pages 7. Make analytics your friend
    63. 63. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower The basics in Google 8 standard metrics that you need to monitor & impact  New vs. returning  Behaviour (content)  Dwell  Bounce  Social referral  Exit path  Device  Geography
    64. 64. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower The basics in Google
    65. 65. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower The basics in email 6 standard metrics that you need to monitor & impact  Open  Click  Unsubscribe  Bounce  Content  Social links Link to your website data to build a better picture of ‘qualifiable’ prospects
    66. 66. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Buzz by no of posts buzz by impressions shift in buzz channel buzz asset popularity buzz by customer type mainstream media mentions growth rate of fans follows friends contacts no of pass alongs recommends embeds bookmarks subscriptions page views clickthroughs changes in search ranking type reach channel geography volume of posts impressions time spent clicks contributions by bloggers chatrooms wikis online sales offline sales savings change in share AEV event response email open rate by time / region event attendance buazz by time of day seasonal buzz competitive buzz category/topic buzz buzz by stage in DM process mainstream media mentions installs downloads uploads favourites likes comments ratings increase in searches %of buzz with links no of views/interactions polls virtual gifts tags popularity contest entries leads generated products sampled store visits trials customer acquisition & retention complaint handling cost per click satisfaction feedback dwell time on site bounce rate cost per customer You can’t track what you can’t measure
    67. 67. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower • Set a strategy • Invest in your website • Improve your search visibility • Become useful and relevant • Go social with purpose • Work hard on conversion • Monitor and use analytics Summary: 7 steps to brilliant b2b digital marketing
    68. 68. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower Ways to get more value Connect on Linkedin & Twitter Subscribe to the Vision b2b blog Subscribe to the Marketing Assassin blog Come to my other events Request an online evaluation Consider retained mentoring Discuss involvement in your business marketing challenges
    69. 69. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower launch offer An exclusive 20% off the annual price of www.SmartInsights.com Expert Membership. Member only guides, templates, downloads and webinars designed to rocket your digital marketing. Use the code SMARTB2B by 30th November and lock in your $999 (£650) annual pass for only $799 (£520) If you use one resource, make it Dave Chaffey’s www.SmartInsights.com
    70. 70. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower And Vision B2B referral offer Give a referral that becomes a client and (minimum three month contract) with Vision b2b before 30th November and receive either - 15% referral fee (first month) - or 15% off your own bill Visit www.visionb2b.co.uk/referral today!
    71. 71. www.visionb2b.co.uk @visionb2b @renepower And remember

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