Some 66% of B2B leaders view their efforts as somewhat successful, and just 7% say inbound marketing has not helped their business at all.
The report was based on data from a survey of 270 B2B businesspeople (40% C-suite leaders, 32% VPs/directors/managers, 28% other) from around the world (75% North America, 15% Europe, 10% other).
Below, additional key findings from the report.
Content creation is rated as both the most effective inbound tactic and the most difficult to execute.
Respondents rank improving lead quality and increasing sales revenue as the most important inbound marketing objectives for the year ahead.
Nearly half (46%) of respondents say lack of an effective strategy is a top obstacle to inbound marketing success.
Some 55% of respondents make limited use of marketing automation to manage their inbound efforts.
About the research: The report was based on data from a survey of 270 B2B businesspeople (40% C-suite leaders, 32% VPs/directors/managers, 28% other) from around the world (75% North America, 15% Europe, 10% other).
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