Electronica 2016: A look at some of the best marketing opportunities

September 20, 2016


In an increasingly competitive environment, how can trade show exhibitors make sure they stand out among the crowd? How can they build up a maximum amount of interest in their technologies? In this eBook, Pinnacle Marketing Communications will help you to make the most of the marketing opportunities available ahead of Electronica.

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What is technical PR and how can it benefit your business?

September 14, 2016


Technical PR is something that Pinnacle Marketing has been specialising in for years, but to many businesses, the term "technical PR" is something of a mystery. What does it entail and how does it enable companies to do reach their goals and sell more product?

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Implementing an integrated marketing strategy based on superior content generation

August 31, 2016

Pinnacle Marketing, the leading supplier of integrated marketing communications services for technology companies. The way people source information for B2B purchasing is changing – alongside traditional routes, such as trade shows and print magazines, there are now a variety of online platforms and social media channels.

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10 tips for running a successful webinar

August 10, 2016


For many organisations, webinars are a fantastic way of showing off a product, offering tips and demonstrating your expertise on a particular topic to an online audience. It’s also a good way of making face-to-face contact with people and showing that you are on hand to offer help and advice.

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B2B Companies – stop treating social media as vanity publishing and take it seriously!

August 3, 2016

Research has shown conclusively that companies who regularly blog and post on social media can get as much as three times greater volumes of traffic to their website. This is something that companies overlook at their peril. Anyone not willing to invest time and effort into the content creation and logistical support required for undertaking

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Advertising in August – is it really a waste?

July 27, 2016

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Conventional wisdom, in advertising as much as in any other field, does not necessarily hold true. Whilst we often base a number of decisions on anecdotal evidence and historical trends, it can be good to take a step back and re-assess our ideas. For example: is advertising in August – in the northern hemisphere anyway – a ‘waste of money’?

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How to get good product reviews without paying

July 20, 2016

Sports stars and celebrities are often paid to promote or showcase brands. Watching a top tennis player holding a Grand Slam trophy aloft as the cameras snap, you could be forgiven for asking yourself: “Was he really lugging that chunky and expensive wristwatch around the court for the last three hours?”

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LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 07:  Andy Murray of Great Britain poses with the Gentlemen's Singles Trophy following his victory in the Gentlemen's Singles Final match against Novak Djokovic of Serbia on day thirteen of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club on July 7, 2013 in London, England.  (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

Summer Air: festival season for the aerospace and defence industry

July 14, 2016


Despite evidence to the contrary - such as torrential rain, flooding and thunderstorms - summer is now upon us. For many this is the beginning of the summer music festival season: an opportunity to wear waterproof clothing in a muddy field, while waiting to hear your favourite bands and artists live.

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Overhauling lead generation strategies in response to new buying cycle dynamics

July 11, 2016

When I started in the industry almost 20 years ago, buying cycles were generally pretty simple. The electronics component vendor I worked for (like any other B2B manufacturer or service provider) placed print editorial and advertising in trade magazines to inform prospective customers about the new products it offered. Interested readers would then send enquiry

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The rise of the machines: neural networks are slowly taking over

July 7, 2016


Human beings have long been awaiting the predicted rise of artificial intelligence. Since John McCarthy first coined the term at a Dartmouth College conference in 1956, the world has been enthralled by the possibilities – and dangers – posed by the advent of thinking machines with greater intelligence than humans. After recent advances made towards

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