12 Proven B2B Digital Marketing Strategies

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Want to learn how to market your business effectively in the digital age? Here are 12 tips for B2B Digital Marketing that will help you get started. 

Research The Buyer Persona

Understanding your potential clients is key. You need to have a good grip on two things; demographics and psychographic.

Demographics are the facts about your customers, such as their age, gender, and income. Psychographics are the emotional needs of your potential clients, which might include things like what they value, how they feel or think when looking for a product.

You need to have at least one buyer persona to identify with to craft winning content marketing campaigns

Identify Your Target Audience

Once you know exactly who your target audience is, it’s time to start thinking through where this group spends its free time on social media sites, blogs, and other digital platforms so you can advertise there effectively. 

It also helps if these places align with trends emerging from industries relevant to yours because then people will be more likely to find out about products related to those industries through word-of-mouth. 

Know your main goals and how they align with a customer’s needs so that any content is relevant to their way of thinking. 

This means it should be tailored towards solving specific problems or answering particular questions, not just general information about your company which may have no bearing on what people need at all. 

Make sure there’s a clear purpose behind every piece of material you create – don’t overload potential customers by sending too many emails or articles, as this can lead to unsubscribes and uninterested readers. 

Too much input from one source causes saturation meaning less attention paid to each individual message.

Professional Website 

A website is the first step to any digital marketing campaign. A business website should have a domain name and a professional-looking theme. In addition, it requires web hosting and a company email address. 

Search Engine Optimization 

You have to make sure your site is optimized for search engines. This means you’re using the right keywords and actively participating in online communities where potential clients might be hanging out. The goal here is two-fold: get more organic traffic from Google and Bing and increase the likelihood that those who do find your site are qualified leads. 

Content Marketing

Content is usually at the very top of an inbound marketing funnel.

Having quality content on your website can really help with SEO efforts because it helps drive relevant traffic to a web page without paying anything extra (other than time). 

It’s an investment that pays off over time when someone clicks on one of their articles or takes action. Developing long-form content ensures that you always have engaging material.

Email Marketing

Lead generation is one of the smartest things you can do. 

Suppose you have an email list of customers or potential clients. In that case, marketing via email is worth exploring as it allows direct communication with your audience on what they’re interested in hearing about. Make sure you read up on current laws about promotional emails before sending anything out. 

One benefit of email marketing is that it’s relatively inexpensive compared to other methods such as pay-per-click advertising, which often costs a lot of money.

You can also send newsletters out to help keep people interested if they haven’t purchased anything from you before or are just on edge but need something extra nudging them in the right direction.

Social Media Marketing

Social media marketing is an excellent way to stay in touch with your clients and potential customers. Simply by posting updates, links, pictures, or videos, you can build a following which will help spread the word about what’s going on in your company. 

If you’re looking for new followers, then one great tip is to ensure that every update has something of value attached, so people are more likely to share it around their networks.

This might seem counterintuitive, but social media posts that are longer do perform better when compared to shorter ones – we all need time to digest content in order to comprehend it properly. 

So don’t give in too easily if there’s an urge not to write anything at all: make sure to write as much as you can.

But no matter which social media platform you use, organic reach is decreasing.

Collect Testimonials 

If you’re selling a product, ask existing customers to post testimonials. This is one of the easiest ways to build brand ambassadors who will spread positive word-of-mouth about your company and products for free.

Testimonials work best towards the bottom of your marketing funnel.

Video Marketing

In addition to blogging, video marketing is a popular way to reach your audience.

One of the benefits is that video content can be shared across a variety of platforms and on social media sites which means you’re not limited to exposure as often with other types of marketing. 

The downside, however, is that it’s more costly than text-based content, so make sure you have a budget set aside before investing in something like this.


Another video marketing technique is webinars that allow you to provide training in an interactive way that educates and entertains your customers or future clients via live streaming. 

The most important thing about this type of content is the quality – it needs to be engaging, educational, and high-quality; otherwise, there’s no point! If you’re not feeling confident enough in your own ability as a presenter, then find someone more qualified who will do it for you; often, companies offer assistance with these types of projects.

Referral Marketing

Providing your customer with incentives to promote your product or service is another way to create a buzz and build up your customer base.

Referral marketing can be more effective than traditional forms of advertising because it relies on the personal recommendation from someone who has direct experience with what you’re selling, so they know if it will suit them better than something else. 

Some common referral incentives include discounts, prizes for referrals, free samples, and personalized gifts like mugs or t-shirts with their logo on them.

Influencer Marketing

You should also consider the use of influencer marketing: it’s a good way to tap into networks that already have audiences who will be interested in what you’re offering. 

This tactic is sometimes more expensive than other options but definitely worth considering, given its effectiveness if done right. 

Relevancy is the key here. Don’t approach an influencer just because they have a large audience. Their audience must be interested in products like yours and have a history of engaging on the type of content you want to promote. 


B2B digital marketing can be somewhat complicated at first, but there are many great resources out there to help you along the way.

As a B2B marketer, it’s going to take some time and effort on your part before you start seeing results.

A tip for success is picking one or two things that will work best for your company (like social media) and focus solely on those items. It’s not necessary to do all B2B marketing activities every day–that would lead to burnout. 

Your digital marketing strategy should see continuous growth over time – but without exhausting yourself in the process.

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