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How to (Finally) Get Buyers and Sellers on the Same Page

There's plenty of room for improvement in the world of ecommerce. Both buyers and sellers are worse off than they were 15 years ago.

John Holland

Why Facebook Is Essential to Your B2B Marketing

Just because you are in the business-to-business area, don't write off Facebook to engage and retain clients.

Gene Hammett

B2B? C2C? VC-Backed? Read on to Have These and Other Business Models Explained.

Here are five business models your startup can use in its pursuit of bringing in revenue.

Igor Shoifot

Could B2B Ecommerce Be Your Company's New Frontier?

A leading ecommerce expert offers eight insights on to boost your B2B online orders.

Why You Can't Ignore LinkedIn for Thought Leadership

With over 400 million users, LinkedIn is becoming a bigger and better platform for business growth.

Gene Hammett

The Missing Ingredient in B2B's Trillion-Dollar Industry

The opportunities for B2B ecommerce are huge, especially for companies willing to break the mold, take some risks and humanize their B2B strategies.

Aaron Orendorff

7 Assumptions Salespeople Should Never Make

Buying behavior continues to change at warp speed. Here are seven things not to do.

John Holland

5 Ways to Improve Your Content-Marketing Strategy in 2016

Thinking beyond a blog and taking a close look at all key performance indicators are just a few ways you can maximize content marketing in the New Year.

Jonathan Long

5 Reasons Why Many Schools Don't Offer Degrees in Sales

The simple act of selling is more complex than ever before. So why isn't it a major focus for colleges and students?

John Holland

Here's How 'Boring' B2B Businesses Can Get Customers Emotionally Connected to Their Content Marketing

Are B2B buyers emotionless? Studies say no. Here's how you can make your B2B marketing more human, and better connect with your customers.

Daniel Newman

How to Deal With Increasingly Picky Business-Software Buyers

Great UXpectations! The dark days of poor UX are finally lifting. Is your company involved?

Dharmesh Shah

8 Keys to Providing Consulting Services to Startups

Businesses need outside experts who can do the work, as well as provide training on what needs to be done. That's called leading by example.

Martin Zwilling