For the record, we don't think your brand ’sux‘.
In today's social and mobile world, you may encounter negative sentiment at some point during the life of your business. In our latest e-book Your Brand Sux, we focus on how to reap the rewards of customer feedback on social, even if it isn't always positive.
Things you'll learn:
- Tracking brand sentiment
- Tips to improve engagement
- Best practices for global brands
- And more tips for developing amazing customer experiences
Published By: Godfrey
Published Date: Oct 02, 2008
A key difference between consumer and business-to-business branding is the influence of selling channels, including sales reps, dealers and distributors. While many consumer products are also sold through a channel, the marketer generally reaches past the channel with branding messages, relegating the channel to the status of a local point of sale. By contrast, in many B-to-B markets, the local dealer or distributor really “owns” the end customer and can control access and communications to and from the customer.