For the third year in a row, I’ve written the top B2B case study on RainToday.com, based upon traffic the case drew for the top online resource for sales and marketing for professional services.
My case study on Babcock & Jenkins Inc. was honored for 2013, and featured the story of how the Portland, OR Content Marketing Agency competes with global giants.
I interviewed Lauren Goldstein, vice president of Strategic Planning, who told me how the agency created a highly personalized, database driven, multi-touch marketing campaign designed to rise above the messages that typically bombard B2B technology marketers.
The case story included how the firm used gourmet brownies to appeal to their target audience.
Read how the B2B Agency landed six new customers, and increased sales by more than $1.5 million in the RainToday Babcock Jenkins case study.
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Reader’s Choice Award May 1
I also earned RainToday’s Reader’s Choice Award on May 1 for another case study, which analyzed how Mahoney Internet Marketing used LinkedIn and content marketing to revamp its sales process.
Top Case Study in 2012: Law Firm Rebranding, Content Marketing, New Fees
In 2012, my top case study featured Michelle Bomberger of Equinox Business Law and how she rebranded the firm to appeal to large business clients, and launched a content marketing plan to increase awareness. Bomberger also added unlimited general counsel services for a monthly flat fee, which was a new fee structure. These moves helped her increase revenues nearly 84% in just two years.
Read the RainToday Equinox Case Study to learn exactly what Michelle did.
Top Case Study in 2011: Telecom Firm Guarantee, Implementation Fee
In 2011, my top case detailed how Consulting Firm ATC attracted large clients and grew revenue 50% using an implementation fee and a guarantee. Doing so helped Advanced Technology Consulting of Cincinnati take some of the risk out of the equation when large firms started working with them.
It also gave them a significant selling point, said CEO David Goodwin.
Read about the common small business mistakes Goodwin made and how the implementation fee works in the ATC Case Study.
Will You Be the Top Case Study in 2014?
I’m always on the lookout for service professionals (technology, marketing, accounting, law, and consulting, etc.) that have quantifiably increased their business through a specific marketing or sales activity or set of marketing activities.
Your company must operate in the B2B realm and have measurable results you are willing to share. Email me if you have an idea you’d like to pitch.
Additionally, I love to help companies sell with case studies. Feel free to contact me if you need help writing stories that sell.