Matthew Karge is a Business Development Manager at Northwoods. He works with clients of many industries helping them to pursue a digital marketing path with the greatest amount of return. He’s always happy to meet over a cup of coffee to listen to your needs and provide as many resources as possible to help you succeed.
Industrial manufacturers, historically, have been slow to improve their bottom lines by leveraging social media, digital advertising, their websites, and other digital marketing tools and techniques. Digital marketing can greatly assist manufacturers in driving qualified leads and attracting top talent when done correctly. You can start by avoiding these 10 mistakes when redesigning your manufacturing website.
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Inform readers about what they should do when they want develop an RFP process while also highlighting how vendors read and interpret an RFP.
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B2B companies tend ask the wrong questions of their potential website vendors in RFPs and in their initial meetings. To help, we’ve paired the usual, naive questions with subtler ones you really ought to ask prospective vendors early in the process.