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Manufacturing Web Design Trends for 2020

Posted by David Lee on Jan 8, 2020 9:55:07 AM

When it comes to manufacturing in 2020, pulling out the standard playbook on web design will no longer work. Learn about the top web design trends to consider when redesigning your manufacturing website.

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Manufacturing Content Marketing Benchmarks - 2019

Posted by David Lee on Dec 4, 2018 8:53:47 PM

This year’s manufacturing report from the Content Marketing Institute (CMI) shows that there are some great opportunities for marketers to gain an edge over the competition and grab their audience’s attention. Here are six key findings from their annual report.

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5 Reasons to use E-commerce for your Manufacturing Website

Posted by David Lee on Jun 17, 2018 8:41:57 PM

When designing your manufacturing website, selecting an e-commerce platform can save you a significant amount of  time and money. Here are five reasons why we recommend that our manufacturing clients adopt e-commerce platforms for their websites.

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Marketing 101 for Manufacturing Companies

Posted by David Lee on May 29, 2018 12:29:44 PM

When it comes to manufacturing companies, creating blog articles and marketing content can be tricky because you have two very different customers: the end consumers who actually use your product and your wholesale/distribution clients. Here are our recommendations on how manufacturing companies should approach their inbound marketing strategies.

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Manufacturing Content Marketing Benchmarks - 2018

Posted by David Lee on Feb 5, 2018 11:38:25 PM

Every year the Content Marketing Institute releases its annual benchmark report on the manufacturing industry. Here are five trends to play close attention to in 2018.

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What Your B2B Buyers Want on a Manufacturing Website

Posted by David Lee on Aug 31, 2017 7:13:00 AM

In the past, manufacturing companies could have a simple website that was basically a digital business card—it simply listed who they were, what they did and their contact information. After all, their customers were Business-to-Business (B2B), so much of the marketing and sales process was conducted in person and through outbound sales.

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