Dave Sutton — July 24, 2019 — July 24, 2019 “Danger is my middle name” Austin Powers, international Man of Mystery Spying on your B2B competitors just makes sense. A lot of sense, actually. Unlike observing the marketing strategies of random companies or CMOs that have nothing to do with the dynamics of your own … Continue reading 5 Totally Legal Ways to Spy on Competitors, Baby
Christopher Brown — April 15, 2019 Follow @marketculture — April 15, 2019 For businesses everywhere, this is becoming an increasingly relevant question. Not long ago most business could just ignore Amazon and say to themselves that’s fine for them in retail they are not operating in our industry. Well, times are changing, and Amazon is … Continue reading Is It Possible to Compete With Amazon and Win?
Mudit Rawat — March 24, 2019 Follow @moodz — March 24, 2019 There’s a famous story you’re no doubt familiar with about a menacing giant who was so ferocious that even the bravest of warriors didn’t dare to challenge him. Trained from birth as a warrior and ever so confident in his abilities, he challenged … Continue reading CPGs Face Competition of Biblical Proportions
Laura Patterson — October 25, 2018 Follow @LauraVEM — October 25, 2018 markusspiske / Pixabay Be in the Know About the Competitive Field Years ago, I competed in triathlons. Before each season, my husband, Mark (who also doubled as equipment manager and cheerleader), would ask, “What’s your idea of success this year?” The answer this … Continue reading How to Use Intelligence to Outsmart Your Competitors
Elijah Masek-Kelly — July 26, 2018 Follow @ElijahMK100 — July 26, 2018 When someone asks a room of marketers how they find their keywords, it often turns into an echo chamber. The truth is, many companies rely on the same tried-and-true tools to determine which search terms they should be targeting. It’s undeniable that tools … Continue reading How to Come Up with Untapped Keyword Ideas Through a Competitor Analysis
Kaitlin Westbrook — May 1, 2018 Follow @kaitwarren — May 1, 2018 What is business competition? Business competition is the process of companies and individuals competing in the same industry or field. This sort of competition applies to virtually all businesses and employees. For instance, have you ever competed with a coworker for the same … Continue reading Business Competition: How Connecting With Competitors Is Actually Good for Business
Ian Dainty — February 21, 2018 Follow @iandainty — February 21, 2018 Research tells us that in order to become a leader in your field, you need to demonstrate your business differentiators, to show how your company is different than your competitors. And this is sound advice. But, when you look at the websites of … Continue reading Do Your Business Differentiators Really Make You Different Than Your Competitors?
Mike Devaney — February 15, 2018 Follow @DevaneyMkedev — February 15, 2018 A comparison chart that includes competitor brands can be a tremendously effective addition to your product’s sales page. Naturally, introducing readers to other brands carries risk, especially when the features of their product closely align with yours. However, the solution is simple. Create … Continue reading How to Reduce Competition With Comparison Chart Copy
Joel Thomas — February 6, 2018 — February 6, 2018 Almost half of your potential customers say they will “gladly switch brands to use a coupon.” For mobile coupon users, it’s even worse; six in ten. Why those no-good, two-faced, traitorous customers! Right? Wrong: Customer loyalty isn’t a right. It’s an asset, which means you … Continue reading How to Keep Competitors From Stealing Your Sales
Does your organization have multiple teams running separate campaigns to reach the same customer? You’re not alone. Contributor Victor Wong explains how you can cut back on the inefficiencies and put the customer first. Victor Wong on January 16, 2018 What do telecom, financial services and CPG (consumer packaged goods) have in common? Besides … Continue reading Stop competing against yourself for your own customers