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Jul 28, 2022
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Multiply that by a dozen target verticals and you can see why so few businesses bother to implement an effective industry-based marketing strategy. However, if you’re willing to put in the necessary work, the results are well worth the effort. The simple fact of the matter is that your B2B customers are very discerning. There’s a good chance that you’re asking them to invest anywhere from hundreds to millions of dollars in your business. If they’re going to invest that kind of money, they want to feel like you truly understand their business and their needs. Tweet tweet=”To get your customers to Whatsapp Database invest in your business, you have to make them feel like you understand THEIR business.” quote=”To get your B2B customers to invest in your business, you have to make them feel like you understand THEIR business.”] If your marketing isn’t a good match, they’ll look elsewhere. You’ll lose out on their business and all because you didn’t put in enough effort to effectively segment your marketing strategy. Understanding Your Target Vertical To be effective at industry-based marketing, you have to understand the issues and challenges your customers are facing in their specific vertical. You’re still selling the same products, software or services, so there will be some overlap in pain points and needs between industries. But, if you don’t understand the priorities, values and problems your customers are dealing with, you’ll never be able to communicate with them effectively. WHAT DO YOUR CUSTOMERS CARE ABOUT? To segment out your marketing strategy, you have to take a step back and look at your business from the perspective of your customers. Businesses in different verticals want different things from your business. Going back to our home delivery pharmacy and industrial piping example, both of these companies need to get their products to a specific destination.
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