But content marketing across the customer lifecycle "can play an important role in reversing this perception of indifference," Albee argues.
She offers tips for developing B2B content to better serve existing customers. Among her suggestions:
Reset their status quo. Once leads become customers, they require a whole new form of TLC, Albee explains: "Any marketing content developed must take into account the customer's current situation as the foundation from which to address why more change and evolution is beneficial to their future success."
Define their new needs and priorities. Once you've solved a prospect's initial problem, you can begin to construct more detailed solutions, she argues. "What features might your customers not be using that can help them reap even more value than they required during the initial purchase?" she asks.
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