The report was based on data from a survey conducted in September 2020 among 907 B2B technology buyers and 227 B2B technology vendors.
Some 58% of buyers say they rely on product demos when evaluating B2B tech purchases, and 51% say they rely on vendor websites.
Other popular information sources include user reviews (45% of buyers say they use), vendor sales reps (43%), and free trials/accounts (41%).
Free trials/accounts are rated by buyers as both the most influential and the most trustworthy sources of information about B2B tech products.
B2B tech vendors say the tactics/content types they use most to engage buyers are marketing collateral, product demos, case studies, websites, and customer references.
About the research: The report was based on data from a survey conducted in September 2020 among 907 B2B technology buyers and 227 B2B technology vendors.
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