business at Conchango
16 October 2008 13:33pm
Can anyone help me please? I'm trying to find examples of B2B companies who have used the internet to "sell" or "sell their service". Does anyone know of any good examples?
Thanks in advance for your help.
Technical Project Manager (MBA, MBCS, CITP, CEng) at Naxtech.com
16 October 2008 13:38pm
Certainly. Try www.translate-to-chinese.com
E-Business Consultant at Dan Barker
16 October 2008 14:42pm
hi, Sheel, there are millions of examples.
Search for 'fleet' followed by any car manufacturer in Google for some examples of car manufacturers sellign direct to business. (eg. 'fleet toyota').
Owner at Digital Juggler
16 October 2008 15:51pm
HSS is a good example - their site is essentially a portal. There is a B2C but they provide tool hire to major brands like the BBC and trade customers log-in via the website.
marketing at telefonix
17 October 2008 11:39am
Not sure if it helps, my site sells phone systems b2b. It's responsible for 95% of new company business: 50/50 split between adwords and organic seo
Publisher at 2N Media Ltd - ModernSelling.com
18 October 2008 16:39pm
Bit of a "big" question really, because pretty well every B2B company these days will have at least some of their marketing and selling activity online, surely? Might be just that they email stuff to prospects, or have their websites moving beyond the basic bochure, or are trying to make AdWords or generic SEO bring Google (and similar) traffic on to their sites, or are running banner ads and other links off referring sites or have their sales people out and about networking online, or are working the price comparison sites etc. etc..
Our site - http://www.modernselling.com - is all about selling and sales management, both online and offline, and you'll see numerous examples on there of B2B advertisers, Forum contributors, Directory listings, keyword search enhanced links and so on. And others I have come across include http://WeCanDo.biz for direct posting of buying and selling B2B needs or advertisers like http://www.feedmanager.co.uk who can ease your appearance on all the different price comparison sites.
Not sure if that's what you meant, but hope it helps.
Regards - Neil
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