Thank you to all who joined us for our webinar, Changing B2B Buyer Preferences.
In 30-minutes, we shared exclusive research on the changing B2B buyer, a step-by-step roadmap to succeed in today’s digital sales environment, and tools to deepen relationships and increase sales across touchpoints.
Watch the webinar recording below for retailer trends and strategies for growing your business and impressing your buyers everywhere – online, at market, in sales meetings, and on Marketplaces.
Achieving marketing and sales alignment is tough. Sales reps are on the hunt for better leads, while marketers seek more effective ways for evaluating their impact. Instead, imagine a unified approach, where marketing and sales teams work hand-in-hand to pinpoint the most qualified prospects, and market to them accordingly.
According to MarketingProfs, by aligning sales and marketing teams, companies experience a 36% higher customer retention rates and 38% higher sales win rates. End the sales and marketing tug of war, send your ROI soaring, and reach your revenue goals with Account-Based Marketing (ABM).
We’re diving into the ABCs of ABM: what it’s all about, benefits you can’t ignore, and a crash course on creating a winning campaign.
The Whereoware team had a blast participating in the Advanced Search Summit conference, right here in our backyard of Washington, DC!
Did you miss our session or need a refresher? In our presentation, Smashing Siloes: Combine Email, Search, Social, and Display to Optimize Success/Spend Across Channels, SEM & Digital Advertising Manager, Gabrielle Dagata, covered tips and tactics for growing digital marketing strategy beyond search.
Download the slides to discover actionable strategies and takeaways for optimizing your paid search success across channels.
Follow along to dive into how we combine search engine marketing (SEM), social advertising, display ads, and email to drive brand awareness, nurture leads, and increase revenue, throughout the customer journey.
Whereoware announces executive team changes, distinguishing digital agency from software products.
Michael Mathias joins Whereoware as Chief Executive Officer, with Eric Dean assuming the role of Chairman of Whereoware, while taking a day-to-day role overseeing the Pharos suite of software products.
Mathias comes to Whereoware with an impressive track record accelerating growth for companies at all stages, with expertise spanning marketing, software, professional services, big data, analytics, and technology.
He brings an increased focus on measurable customer results through a culture of innovation, comprehensive digital marketing, and flawless performance.
Thank you to all who joined us for our webinar, Google Analytics 101.
In our 20-minute webinar, we covered actionable tips on using Google Analytics to effectively analyze your business data.
Watch the webinar recording to learn must-know terminology, best practices for maximizing your data, and easy-to-use reports for harnessing the insights you need to better to measure your marketing and website success.
Inc. Magazine announced that Whereoware made its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of America’s fastest-growing private companies.
The list represents a unique look at the most successful companies among America’s independent small businesses. Microsoft, Dell, Domino’s Pizza, Pandora, Timberland, LinkedIn, Yelp, Zillow, and many other well-known names gained their first national exposure as honorees on the Inc. 5000.
Recognized for excellence in marketing, development, and design services, Whereoware has ranked on the list for three consecutive years!
“We’re honored by the continued recognition of Inc. 5000 and our inclusion as a Fastest Growing Private Company among so many important and transformative brands,” said Eric Dean, Whereoware CEO. “We walk in every day committed to helping our clients succeed and reach their next objective, and this promise of customer excellence will continue to drive our growth in the future.”
Thank you to all who joined us for our webinar, Acoustic Campaign Features You’re Missing.
In our 30-minute webinar, we covered our favorite (but all-too-often overlooked) email, automated programs, personalization, and reporting tips available in Acoustic Campaign and other automation tools.
Watch the webinar recording below for tips and tools for working smarter (not harder) and getting the most out of your go-to marketing automation platform.
Get the case study to learn how Uttermost’s B2B website redesign improved product discovery and user experience (UX), while increasing revenue 20%.
Who: Uttermost is a family owned and managed home accessories and furniture manufacturer with over forty-three years of expertise in the industry. Uttermost offers a broad range of styles reflecting the unique tastes of prestigious retailers.
Challenges: Uttermost wanted to modernize their website to improve product discovery and the user experience (UX).
“We view our customers as family and strive to be their best possible partner. This was our goal throughout every aspect of our website redesign: to make it easy for our customers to discover the right products, place orders, manage their business, and deepen their relationship with the Uttermost brand.” — Mac Cooper, President, Uttermost
Solution: Whereoware redesigned Uttermost’s website, built on Episerver, to make it easier for retailers to find products, place orders, and gain inspiration.
The multi-brand, B2B e-commerce website provides retailers, designers, and sales representatives separate, on-brand shopping experiences for Uttermost and Revelation product lines.
Rich product presentation and discovery, customer-focused user experience (UX), and responsive design for mobile users were primary focuses of the website redesign.
Download the case study to deep dive into Uttermost’s feature-rich and customer-focused B2B website.
Get the case study to see how Whereoware optimized all aspects of O’Grady’s on-site and local search strategy, ultimately increasing conversions 41%.
Who: Established in 1991, O’Grady’s Landscape started as a mowing service. Over the past 25 years, their Northern Virginia landscaping company has grown to become a thriving design, build, and maintenance firm that focuses entirely on the residential segment.
Challenge: O’Grady’s Landscape moved the company headquarters twenty miles west from their original Falls Church, Virginia location to Sterling, Virginia. Relocating the headquarters significantly impacted their local search traffic and lead conversions.
Solution: O’Grady’s Landscape hired Whereoware to improve their local search efforts by increasing relevant local website traffic and lead capture.
Whereoware performed an in-depth analysis of the website architecture, load time, page titles, meta descriptions, local search issues and more, to pinpoint opportunities to improve organic search and conversions.
Download the case study to see how a SEO audit identified opportunities to improve O’Grady’s rankings in SERPs and fix technical SEO issues.
media marketing has come a long way over the last decade, its goal remains the
same: to foster interactive platforms for individuals to share, discuss, and
When done the right way, social media has big-time potential to build your community, grow your customer reach, boost engagement, and drive traffic to your website (and conversions too!). In fact, according to Sprout Social, when consumers follow a brand on social, 87% say they’re likely to visit that brand’s site or app.
Social media is no longer just a “nice-to-have” for enhancing your online presence. After all, it’s where your existing and potential customers and buyers hang out the most. But sometimes, your social media efforts can do more harm than good if you’re not sending the right message, participating on the channels in a meaningful way, or are failing to collect and track data effectively.
Do any of these not-so-rare social media cardinal sins sound like you?
… guilty of throwing content out into the universe without a clue of who you’re talking to? You might be a Community Crapshooter.
…employing a “more is more” strategy (or lack thereof), by posting as much as possible in an attempt to stay relevant? You might be an Over Sharer.
…using social channels as a soapbox for your brand and failing to truly engage your followers? You might be an Anti-Social Ghost.
If so, you
may have fallen into an impersonal social media vortex that many brands find
themselves in. Fortunately, we have some tips for how to break the cycle and
put the “social” back in your social media.