The Fundamentals Of Online B2B Lead Generation [Infographic]

The B2B Lead Generation Manifesto [Infographic]

This goes great to follow up our last post Using Social Media for Lead Generation. That way we close a week dedicated to Lead Generation. =)

I gotta tell you right off the bat, get ready for some scrolling today, this is a massive infographic loaded with great data.

Great job by Oli Gardner andΒ Denis Suhopoljac from Unbounce, that have gathered all this info and designed the perfect visual to present it.

The infographic covers the fundamentals of online marketing from content to blogging, email, landing pages and conversion of course and even mobile. It provides, with the much needed simplicity, the common sense to implement them.

My favorite part is this, if you need an ebook to give away? pull an all-nighter…

I’ll let you enjoy the infographic. Share your thoughts in the comments section and have a happy Friday!

B2B Lead Generation Manifesto

Infographic courtesy of Unbounce.

  • Great infographic, thanks for sharing guys!

  • Thank YOU for stopping by Shayn. Happy Friday!

  • Looks designed to be read on a mobile phone. Regardless, you do put up some visually exciting content here. I read your stuff, when you prompt me in twitter and I am glad that you do. I really like your approach to this whole scene, all the best Billy

  • Jena Isle

    Hi Francisco,

    Interesting content and good graphics. This would be of great help for first time eBook marketers, like me. I’m planning to market an eBook, which I have to write first, πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ and your post would help me.

  • Thank you for sharing this infographic that got me thinking, Francisco.

    The most interesting piece of info for me is that users are more willing to give up their email address for something rather than posting a tweet to their Twitter stream (which I mght think as “the simpler option for users” from a marketer point of view).

  • peter freer

    Great infographic.

    One thing: I find the concept of lead nurturing the hardest to sell to client or at least get them to commit. And it is also hard to keep a client on track for this goal. Content mix is easier to get across – I think the graphic captures pretty much all the relevant ones, however I have to say it is starting to occur to me that add infographics as marketing channel of its own. It is making more sense than ever given the rise of Pinterest. Or is that just me?

    Thanks again!Peter Freer

  • Nicole

    This is great. I am going to post it to my StuffDOT account – I will be back for more content!

  • Blogging has to be the key here. It is essential for generating a regular stream of traffic, to rank favourably on Google and to build trust in your brand, all of which contribute to conversions.

  • mariameds

    It’s not like everybody does the same thing all the time. πŸ™‚ Thanks, I really appreciate a real and honest review.