The primary job of the CMO is to position a company for success and to drive revenue. But the trends of information abundance and attention scarcity mean that the tried-and-true ways of accomplishing these goals don’t work as well anymore. Fortunately, buyers put down their “anti-marketing” shields when they are actively seeking information or passively looking to be entertained or educated.
Now companies can engage and build relationships with buyers – and influence their preferences – using inbound marketing. When done right, this approach returns dramatically better results than traditional marketing techniques that rely on interrupting prospects. In this infographic we present a visual overview of what a CMO needs to know about inbound marketing.
Download this infographic and learn:
- How inbound marketing is different from traditional efforts
- Why inbound marketing matters to your company
- Staffing and budgeting for inbound
- Where inbound marketing falls short