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Why geospatial companies are focusing on delivering great content

Geo-matching started in 2012 as the first product comparison website in the geomatics sector. We focused on providing highly technical product comparison, but soon realized that users need context to find a suitable solution. A Geo-matching's perspective on the effectiveness of geospatial success stories.



Geo-matching has been completely revamped and transformed from a basic product comparison website into a comprehensive content platform featuring highly technical product information, case studies and videos. This transformation was driven by the fact that many geospatial users nowadays are looking for information about real-life use cases besides technical product specs. From this, we can conclude that the ‘typical geospatial professional’ no longer exists.

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Content Marketing
Content Creation
Geo-matching
Why geospatial companies are focusing on delivering great content

3 tips for making optimal use of Products4Engineers

Did you know that thousands of technical professionals search for products on Products4Engineers every month? From simple handheld tools to advanced automation software, and from transport solutions to hydraulic drives, P4E is the place where technical professionals go to find all the product-related information they need.

But with 1,500 technical suppliers listed on P4E, how can you ensure that those thousands of technical professionals find you? Product suppliers frequently contact us to find out more about the online platform and how they can use it for maximum benefit. This blog answers the three most commonly asked questions:


Which information should I include about my products??
I have a large and varied product range, how do I show this on P4E?
Which possiblities does P4E offer for me as a supplier?

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Database Marketing
Product Marketing
3 tips for making optimal use of Products4Engineers

Introducing a completely universal GNSS receiver

marXact is a young dutch startup, founded to develop and produce universal and cost efficient GNSS receivers with high accuracy. To introduce their brand new UNI line, their new UNI-GR1 RTK GNSS receiver was shown at InfraTech 2019 and a video promotion campaign was launched on GIM International around this event. We have promoted their brand new product video via our website, newsletter and social media.




Target group
GIM International


Solution
Sponsored Content


Method
Basic Featured Video


Timing
7 - 20 January


Amount of views
990


% increase of views
60%


Case study
Content Marketing
Advanced Targeted Marketing
Introducing a completely universal GNSS receiver

3 ways to distribute your content effectively

Distributing content is almost as important as creating it. The first step in this will often be publishing it on your own website, but that won’t be enough to achieve maximum impact. Even companies with an immense audience such as The New York Times or Red Bull use an extensive arsenal of channels to share their content. In order to develop a good distribution plan for your content, it is very important to put yourself in your target group’s shoes. Where are they active, and which channels do they want to use to see and consume your content? Use your buyer personas for this!

Distribution channels can be divided into three groups: owned media, paid media and earned media.

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Content Marketing
Marketing Strategy
3 ways to distribute your content effectively

5 reasons why print advertising works

Nowadays, consumers have fast access to media content via the web, app and video streaming – and the media landscape is changing all the time to keep pace with rapidly changing consumer demands. Despite the widely held opinion that “print is dead”, the demand for printed media remains very strong and it is reinforced by all platforms and formats that publishers use to distribute magazine content.

So don’t underestimate print – and you definitely shouldn’t abandon it. Printed magazines have consistently been strong return-on-investment (ROI) performers in advertiser-sponsored marketing-mix models, especially in conjunction with other media. Neuroscience findings are helping to highlight differences in the ways that the brain responds to information presented on paper compared to information presented on screens. Literature suggests 5 reasons why print content should be part of your marketing mix:

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Display Advertising
5 reasons why print advertising works