March 29, 2012
With over 80 percent of industrial buyers using the Internet to find manufacturers, what are the best marketing strategies that manufacturers can employ to increase inquiries from national and global markets, raise online visibility and get bigger returns from their marketing investments? These are a few of the questions to be answered in the free webinar, "Today’s Most Powerful Manufacturing Marketing Strategies," at 2 p.m. ET, April 12, 2012.
This webinar, hosted by Elliance, will explore how Internet marketing practices, particularly those using social media and search engines like Google, are transforming how manufacturing companies engage prospects, increase inquiries and challenge leading regional, national and international competitors. The webinar is designed to help manufacturers capitalize on the most powerful B2B marketing tactics available today.
"Without question, digital marketing has transformed the industrial lead generation and marketing models,” explained Abu Noaman, CEO of Elliance. “Even during the recession, companies that were leveraging more innovative strategies were not just weathering the tough economic climate, but growing despite them. That illustrates the tremendous advantage and power of these newer approaches.”
Elliance has helped manufacturing concerns across the country solve their toughest manufacturing marketing challenges. This webinar will combine industry insights with case studies to discuss ways to attract more “right fit” buyers, raise awareness of products and brands, and how manufacturing concerns can gain powerful competitive advantages.
There is no charge to participate in this webinar but pre-registration is required. To learn more, visit www.elliance.com/manufacturing2012.
Elliance, a digital marketing agency, leverages search engines, social media, websites and email/surveys to ignite customer demand and orchestrate conversions. Past and present clients include Black Box, Miller Welding & Machine Co., Chromalox, Aerotech, Oberg Manufacturing, Sophisticated Alloys, Bush Industries and many others. Learn more about the company and its products at www.elliance.com and www.ennect.com.