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Marisa Catalino

Marisa writes for Kreber in Columbus, OH. She’s a whiz at all things content, inbound marketing, and dogs. She’s also a card-carrying Oxford comma supporter; don’t @ her.

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3 Reasons Why You Need Inbound Marketing for Ecommerce

By Marisa Catalino on Jan 31, 2019 3:25:44 PM

With the boom of online retailers such as Amazon and Walmart, the ecommerce landscape has grown exponentially over the past few years. And in order to keep up with the big-box stores, smaller online retailers need to find a way to disrupt and cut through the clutter.

Here’s where inbound marketing can make or break your brand.

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An Intro to B2B Inbound Marketing: 5 Reasons to Get Started

By Marisa Catalino on Dec 7, 2018 4:46:09 PM

When you consider B2B and inbound marketing, it’s easy to think that content production platforms like blogs and social media don’t work, or that they’re best for brands and companies selling straight to the consumer.

As the buyer experience has evolved and instant technology is all around us, incorporating the inbound methodology into your overall B2B marketing strategy is not only important—it’s essential. 

Topics: B2B Marketing
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B2B Marketing: What are Buyer Personas & Why do You Need Them?

By Marisa Catalino on Oct 1, 2018 11:00:12 AM

A huge piece of the inbound marketing puzzle is the buyer persona. Inbound is all about delivering the right type of content to the right people at the right time—but according to the  Information Technology Services Marketing Association (ITSMA), only 44% of B2B marketers use buyer personas.

We no longer have to rely on sending one message to one giant group of people and hoping our target audience sees it. We now have the power to personalize the content we create and decide when, where, and who to show it to.

Gaining insights about consumers when it comes to B2B marketing can prove to be quite difficult—but the effort will pay off more and more as you begin to fully understand your buyers.

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