Parsippany, NJ (PRWEB) November 27, 2005
This annual study helps industrial marketing executives acquire an in-depth understanding of the key e-business and online marketing trends that are impacting their industry and shaping their competitive environment. The goal of this survey is to educate and empower manufacturing executives with the knowledge to create and implement successful e-business and online marketing strategies.
"Most manufacturers understand that they must actively engage in online marketing to remain competitive," said Bob DeStefano, president of SVM E-Business Solutions. "The goal of our annual study is to help manufacturing marketing executives identify the key online marketing trends, tactics and best practices that they should employ to grow their business."
Through their participation in the 2005 E-Business Trends in Manufacturing Survey, industrial marketers will learn:
- The primary factors that contribute to a profitable e-business strategy
- The top online marketing techniques that generate the most sales leads
- The leading features and capabilities of successful manufacturing Websites
- Successful ways to employ email and search engines to achieve results
- The main online marketing initiatives to be employed by their competitors in 2006
- The most effective ways to measure e-business success
There is no cost to participate in this study and all industrial marketers are invited to contribute. All responses will remain strictly confidential and the survey will take only a few minutes to complete. Participants will receive priority access to the aggregated survey results, and an entry to win a $50 gift certificate from Amazon.com.
To participate in this survey, please go to http://www.svmsolutions.com/survey.
ABOUT SVM E-BUSINESS SOLUTIONS
SVM E-Business Solutions is a leading provider of strategic Web solutions focused on delivering measurable business results for manufacturers. Founded in 1995, SVM helps companies leverage the Web to drive revenues, control costs and strengthen relationships with customers. SVM's clients include Basic Fun, Becton Dickinson, Bombardier Aerospace, Covance, Cyro, Degussa, FosteReprints, Fujipoly, Konica Minolta, Marotta Controls, Ohaus, Ricoh, Sharp and Total Lubricants. For more information, visit SVM on the Web at http://www.svmsolutions.com, or call (877) SVM-EBIZ