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New Hub Site Focuses on B2B Marketing Intelligence

A new B2B marketing community site, B2B Marketing Zone officially launched today. Conceptually the site is a bit like Social Media Today and other targeted content portals, though it's the first (that I'm aware of at least) focused specifically on providing information for B2B marketers.

Hosted by community organizer (I mean that in a good way) Tony Karrer using his Browse My Stuff technology, B2B Marketing Zone features content from rockstar B2B bloggers like Brian Carroll, Paul Dunay and Newt Barrett. Additional bloggers meeting the high standards for the community will be added over time.

The home page displays the latest and most popular content, with the ability to drill down into specific topic areas such as social media, email marketing, analytics and YouTube. The site is designed to make it easy for visitors to navigate to specific content, and drives traffic for member bloggers.


With this launch, B2B Marketing Zone joins a small but growing number of sites that specifically address the needs of B2B marketing and PR professionals.

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Contact Mike Bannan: mike@digitalrdm.com

Comments

Sarvesh Bagla said…
Nice Blog! Well most of your content is original and informative. Here is another blog which, too, is nice in my opinion SEO Blog
Eric Rudolf said…
Is there a free trial of this tool? It looks quite interesting, especially for markteres in highly competetive (and crowded) industries.
Tom Pick said…
The B2B Marketing Zone is absolutely free, though its member bloggers appreciate your support.

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