A supply chain company published one more blog post per week and gained a new customer in one month. Companies in the logistics and supply chain industries have been hesitant to adopt digital and content marketing because they are unsure about the benefits. We hear it all the time: Who is going to read a
Use these two strategies to help your blog generate leads faster. Creating quality content for your blog that educates and engages consumers takes significant investment and resources. But, unfortunately, blog posts usually don’t deliver the immediate ROI that many companies are looking for. A blog is an excellent lead-generation tool. But, as I’ve written about
A recent survey of over 400 business blogs shows what the best bloggers have in common and what supply chain marketers can do to improve their blogs. Maintaining a blog for your business can be somewhat of a guessing game. How often should you publish? Should you do all the writing in-house? Will anyone read our posts?
Time can be a blog’s best friend when it comes to gaining leads, but there are a few things you can do to accelerate lead-generation efforts. Patience is a virtue, but it’s a particularly difficult one to mind when you’re trying to get your business off the ground. Whether you are just starting out, are
Our readers voted Morai Logistics, Women in Trucking, and the Oracle Supply Chain Management Blog as the top 3 logistics and supply chain blogs of 2017. Every year we ask our readers to vote for the best industry blogs. The results are always interesting — there’s really a lot of great supply chain and logistics
Long-form content generates more traffic, leads, and social shares than shorter content. We’ve all heard the aphorism, “quantity over quality.” But when it comes to content marketing, part of quality may well be quantity. While it can seem intimidating, the value of high-quality long-form content cannot be overstated. According to a 2012 study, long-form content
People don’t want to read it. It does you no good. So why are you still using your blog to talk about your business? It seems like a natural use for your company blog. But I’m here to tell you that writing about your products, services, and business is hurting your blog more than it’s
The top-performing business blogs have these six things in common, from posting frequency to outsourcing writing. Maintaining a blog for your business can be somewhat of a guessing game. How often should you publish? Should you do all the writing in-house? Will anyone read our posts? A recent survey of 428 marketers conducted by Curata