B2B Marketing and the Internet
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Tuesday, 15 May 2012 11:57
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You already know that the Internet has altered business models in every industry, as well as the ways of interacting with customers. More than ten years after the dotcom bubble, this observation has become something of a cliché. Nevertheless, there are certain aspects of the Internet and information technology that are unique to the B2B marketing space, and worth noting. While the media has covered the Internet business revolution ad nauseam, the coverage has overwhelmingly focused on the consumer sector. A lot of attention has been heaped on Apple andAmazon.com. There have been thousands of articles about how private individuals are connecting with old friends on Facebook, and how consumers use devices like the iPhone. But when was the last time you read an article about how a B2B salesperson was using technology to increase sales? B2B, lacking the sex appeal of Facebook, Amazon, or Apple, is largely ignored by the mainstream media.