B2B Tech Writing Samples

B2B technology often requires getting to know the specifics of a complicated piece of technology, and a unique audience. I’ve worked with a number of clients that target a business audience to sell tech products. Here are a few B2B tech writing samples*.  

B2B Tech Blog Posts

How to Build an Ecommerce Website

Every online website has to start somewhere. For people in the early stages of planning their ecommerce business, this blog post provides step by step instructions.

Set up an Email Drip Campaign for Small Business

Email marketing is one of the best ways for small businesses to solidify a relationship with customers (and increase conversions). Drip campaigns are a useful tool to include in an email marketing strategy.  

How Your Product Use Data Can Become Valuable Content

Software companies collect data every day on how customers use their products, and many never think about how valuable that data can become when put to use in content marketing.

How to Only Buy Martech You Need

Businesses spend one-fifth of their marketing budget on marketing technology, yet 56% say they don’t use the technology they have enough. This post has helpful tips on how to make sure you make more informed martech purchasing decisions based on what you actually need.

How to Start a Customer Referral Program

A customer referral program is a powerful way to encourage the customers that already like you to send their friends and family your way. This post offers a step-by-step guide to starting one.

A Guide to Amazon Vendor Tools for Marketing Your Products

Success on Amazon increasingly requires having the right technology to manage your listings. This post provides a rundown of the top tools to consider.

B2B Tech White Paper

Driving Customer Success with Knowledge Management (behind form)

This white paper outlines some of the most common customer service challenges businesses face, and provides examples of how a knowledge management solution can address them.

*Note: Some of my freelance B2B tech writing samples are ghostwritten, so get in touch if you’d like to see additional samples.