Welcome to the Club
The Marketing Results Club is the news magazine for B2B Marketers. It gives you tips, advice and inspiration to help you succeed. Through our content we hope to help you create your own personal vision of success while doing the work you love.
If you’re an Marketing Director, Manager. Creative Director or Small Businessperson in charge of B2B marketing for your firm and you’d like to be interviewed, contact Derek Little for details: email@example.com
“The Marketing Results Club Is Where B2B Marketing Professionals Get Tips, Advice And Inspiration to Create Their Own Personal Vision Of Success.”Derek Little, CEO, MarketingResults.club
Why a Club for Marketing Managers
Marketing is one of the most challenging of all career paths. Marketing professionals often struggle with complexity, impossible deadlines and overwhelm. They may be understaffed to get the work done, too. This can affect their health and well-being, not to mention job satisfaction and future earning potential.
Here at the Marketing Results Club we’ll be publishing tips on a range of useful and interesting topics. First, there’ll be success stories from your colleagues to inspire you. Our content will cover issues such as improving work efficiency, becoming more creative, achieving better work/life balance, how to manage stress better and reaching your full career potential.
Articles will be based on research and interviews with B2B marketers who share their point of view. Our writing team consists of freelance B2B copywriters who generously contribute their effort to creating our site’s content. Learn about each copywriter by click on the article byline to learn more about them.
Besides the inspiration you get from reading success stories from your colleagues, you can get access to our exclusive member social media group for B2B marketing professionals. Here you can mingle with colleagues and share positive experiences – spam free.
If you hire one of our professional copywriters, you’ll be sent a copy of our Club Badge. It illustrates the four essential elements of successful creative: Motivation, Inspiration, Action, and Reward.