Hello and welcome to the final chapter of our three-part guide for using content to guide your prospects through the sales funnel.
We have already taken you through generating leads with awareness-building top-of-the-funnel (ToFu) content, and we’ve laid out the best way to nurture those leads w
Following on from our guide to top-of-the-funnel (ToFu) content, it only seems right that we head further down the cone and show you the best way to attack the other two levels as well.
When one leaves the top and heads down towards the bottom, one inevitably passes through the middle – and this is where our journey through the sales funnel sh
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It’s easy to look at the engagement big brands get on social media, and despair. With Coca-Cola and Starbucks et al getting thousands of likes, comments and shares every time they post something, small busine
Inbound marketing and outbound marketing are very different schools of thought when it comes to promoting your brand. This is not to say they can’t both be employed alongside one another, but the philosophies and methods behind them are not interchangeable. While the techniques used in a marketing strategy may change r
According to the Ponemon Institute, globally the average annual cost of cyber-attacks is somewhere in the region of $9.5 million - in a cyber-threat environment where it's been estimated that a single hour of downtime on the computer network of a small to medium-sized business can cost them around $45,000.
Data breaches, Denial of Service, ransomware, phishing scams, and good old-fash
26-09-2019 - Martin Butters