Technology Marketing

The Final 3 Essential Truths to Bear in Mind When Marketing to Engineers

March 5, 2020 by Leave a comment
The Final 3 Essential Truths to Bear in Mind When Marketing to Engineers

This is the last of three articles on marketing to engineers that will soon be released together as a new CopyEngineer white paper.

In this final installment, we'll provide some tips on how to better engage engineers with your content—and on how to avoid annoying them—as they travel along their ...

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3 More Essential Truths to Keep in Mind When Marketing to Engineers

February 18, 2020 by Leave a comment
3 More Essential Truths to Keep in Mind When Marketing to Engineers

This is the second of a three-part series drawn from a new CopyEngineer white paper on marketing to engineers. You can click here to read Part 1.

In this installment, we'll look at the two things engineers want most from marketing content and why, as well as an effective method ...

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3 Essential Truths You Must Keep in Mind when Marketing to Engineers

January 6, 2020 by Leave a comment
3 Essential Truths You Must Keep in Mind when Marketing to Engineers

Marketing to engineers is different. If you market B2B technology, you probably don’t need to be told that.

But coming up with effective strategies for reaching these technical influencers can be a challenge. To help you with that, CopyEngineer has drawn on recent industry studies, personal experience as both ...

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Four uncommon content ideas for marketing to engineers

September 16, 2019 by Leave a comment
Four uncommon content ideas for marketing to engineers

If you're marketing to engineers, you should already know this.

Engineers crave efficiency. They want things to work better. They want to work better themselves. And faster. That’s their mindset.

So naturally, engineers are tool users. They love good tools, and they’re always looking for better ones. If you offer ...

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The Worst Mistake You Can Make with a White Paper… And How to Avoid It

October 4, 2018 by 2 comments

You want your next white paper to be a success. To make that happen, you must keep in mind where your prospects will be in their buying process when they read it.

Eccolo Media discovered that 80% of technology buyers use white papers in the “pre-sale process” – before they ...

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How to Turn a White Paper into a Trade Show Presentation

December 6, 2017 by Leave a comment

Big trade show on your 2018 calendar? Want to increase exposure for your brand and your solutions among prospects at the trade show conference?

Why not answer the conference “call for papers” with a recent white paper and create a presentation from your white paper’s content? Not only will you ...

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Why Good Conference Papers Make Bad White Papers

November 15, 2017 by Leave a comment

Do conference papers qualify as white papers?

I spend a lot of time browsing tech company websites in search of white papers. I’m always interested in finding examples – both good and bad – that might teach me something new.

Many of what I find listed as white papers, however, ...

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5 Steps to Securing Customer Pre-approval of a Case Study

April 18, 2017 by Leave a comment

Case studies – or customer success stories – have long been one of the most influential forms of marketing content. In Eccolo Media’s most recent Technology Content Survey Report [i], for example, 33% of tech buyers surveyed ranked case studies among the content assets they found most influential, third only to ...

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Successful White Paper Planning: A Proven 7-Step Process

November 7, 2016 by Leave a comment

This is the third and final installment in our series on white paper planning. In our first post, we discussed why many white paper projects fail. In the second, we looked at the benefits of putting together and gaining agreement on a White Paper Plan (WPP) before beginning development of ...

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Why Many White Paper Projects Fail

September 13, 2016 by Leave a comment

This is the first installment in a three-part series on white paper planning. You'll find a link to the next article in the series at the end of this post.

If you'd like to get the whole series – and many additional tips – in a single PDF, click here.

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