Introducing… Velocity 3.0
We don’t expect you to care about our new site as much as we do — but the reasons behind it all are super-relevant to every B2B marketer.
Luke Gain | 24. 05. 2023
7 books for B2B writers, editors and readers
I love books about writing. Here are seven terrific books for people who want to improve their writing (and reading).
Doug Kessler | 10. 01. 2023
Why feedback gets worse in a recession and how to handle it
As times get tough, negative feedback can turn into *bad* feedback: unclear, unactionable, and often a cry for help.…
Alanna Alexander | 15. 12. 2022
Pieter van Diggele
June 29th, 2021
Spot on Doug! Was chewing on our marketing vision last Friday and one of the pillars I wrote down was quality over quantity and that we should aim for marketing/content worth paying for! We should raise the bar so high, that even when we don’t meet it all the time, what we deliver is still worth every second of whoever spends time reading it.
June 29th, 2021
Love that, Pieter. I always wonder what content would look like if companies collapsed the time, money and effort spent on any ten pieces and put it all into one, great piece.
July 13th, 2021
Well, this was a slap in the face, Doug. A good one, very enriching. You won’t get me to admit that maybe I enjoyed it, though.
(I enjoyed it).
(Looking forward for more marketing BDSM, cheers!)
July 14th, 2021
Hah! Love that: B2BDSM.
The Research Guardian
August 6th, 2021
The author should take some more time on a single room with other people, because research take much more time which is essential. I would like to tell that someone take action on it.
Weberg Enterprises, LLC
August 31st, 2021
I couldn’t agree more with this! Every piece of content produced should ONLY be of the best result producing standard. Otherwise your own content, or that for clients, will lack and in the long run become and be less effective. The best, thought out, and effective content take time and methodical strategy to create. Love this!