Consumer landscapes are continuing to change while businesses are adjusting for the new normal. Manufacturers and industrial companies across the world are working hard to maintain and strengthen their supply chains. Companies who preferred to source internationally to save on costs, are seeking other cost-effective solutions.
The growing reality is that procurement professionals would prefer to source locally. It's a strategy that has contributed to many manufacturers' business continuity during the COVID-19 pandemic when other business' supply chains were disrupted.Read More ?
Creating an eBook for your business is one of the best ways to convert leads and increase brand awareness among potential buyers. In fact, 51% of today’s B2B businesses are incorporating eBooks into their content marketing campaigns.
Allowing for the dissemination of in-depth, detailed content, eBooks enable businesses to connect with a target audience based on their specific stage in the buying journey.Read More ?
The Manufacturing Leader's Step By Step Guide To Website Testing For Increased Conversions And Marketing Automation
Ready to take your website performance to the next level? As you’ve already learned from our previous blogs, you need a mix of content marketing, SEO, and advertising campaigns to help improve your website. In particular, if you’ve been keeping up with our Manufacturing Leader’s Step By Step Guide series, by now you’ve learned how to:Read More ?
It’s an active period of growth for some textile manufacturers, and despite the uncertain economic times, there’s a strong potential to continue growth momentum. Growing your business means different things to different people — it’s all about your goals. You may just be looking to increase orders or you may have a five-year plan to double your business and expand your facility. Whatever your growth goals are, here are ways textiles manufacturers can get more customers and stay ahead of the competition.Read More ?
For manufacturers, generating high-quality leads is all about having the right data, at the right place at the right time. Having your product data in one easy-to-access place allows engineers, procurement professionals, and MROs to find exactly what they’re looking for and quickly determine whether your company may be a good fit for their project. Thomas has been helping some of the most successful industrial companies sell complex industrial parts:Read More ?
The Manufacturing Leader's Step By Step Guide To Converting Anonymous Traffic Into Warm Leads & Reaching Out To Your Contacts
After you’ve worked to build your online presence, increase your brand, and drive traffic to your website, the next step to growing your manufacturing business is converting that traffic into leads. You’ll notice there are different groups of leads that may come through. There’s a difference between marketing-qualified leads (MQLs) and sales-qualified leads (SQLs) and you need more of the former in order to get more of the latter.Read More ?
In 2015, Fortune reported an $18 billion loss for the top 25 U.S. food and beverage companies from the past five years, driven by millennials turning away from processed foods and seeking healthier alternatives with cleaner labels. Today, that trend continues to grow at an excessive pace, signaling that some demands are more of a long-term standard. But many major food and beverage (F&B) companies have shown that they are not as nimble as smaller companies when it comes to adapting to consumer preferences and there are still challenges the food and beverage industry faces.Read More ?
Thomas has been dedicated to connecting industrial buyers and suppliers for more than 120 years, and our solutions today continue to drive that mission. With Thomas Industry Update Newsletter advertising, manufacturers and industrial companies have the opportunity to reach over 310k engaged readers to increase their brand, highlight new capabilities, launch a product, or announce an expansion or acquisition — whatever their business or marketing goals are.Read More ?
Driving qualified buyers to your website is critical to increase interest, drive leads, and grow your business. As you probably know, a page-one result on Google doesn’t happen right away — just because the content is online doesn’t mean traffic will immediately visit the page. There needs to be a strategy behind each content piece for effective promotion. If you want quality website traffic to bring you better business opportunities, there are several cost-effective ways to supplement your ongoing strategy of getting your business found online.Read More ?