NetLine Corporation Announces Its 2021 State of B2B Content Consumption and Demand Report for Marketers
CAMPBELL, Calif., May 4, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, NetLine Corporation released its annual 2021 State of B2B Content Consumption and Demand Report for Marketers — an exhaustive review of first-party content consumption and demand data from the previous year. The report extracts and examines key insights from the content consumption behaviors of millions of B2B buyers, equipping Marketers with data-backed research required to guide their centric content demand generation marketing programs.
The 2021 State of B2B Content Consumption and Demand Report for Marketers focuses on the consumption behaviors from 2020, studying a year that introduced us to COVID-19. The virus' effects are addressed throughout the report, as it weighed heavily on B2B activity. Fueled by a dearth of in-person events and virtual meetings, the effects of the pandemic drove an overall spike in consumption — especially with webinars — resulting in a 22% YOY increase in content registrations. The greatest surge came between Feb. 1-Sept. 30, 2020, where consumption equaled 83% of 2019's total registration volume.
In analyzing these more than 4.3 million registrations, NetLine uncovered three core elements required to successfully market to B2B audiences in 2021 and beyond: Security, Predictability, and Simplicity. While the connective tissue between these three elements is trust (the backbone of every business relationship), COVID underscored how crucial these principles are. The company believes that applying these elements will help B2B organizations to better protect their ecosystems, anticipate future threats and opportunities and, ultimately, attract its target buyers.
While NetLine reported a significant lift in total demand, it once again observed that total time to consume requested content ballooned, increasing another one hour and 12 minutes. Despite the additional time it took for B2B professionals to initially consume their requested content, the time it took between additional content requests accelerated by 15%, marking the first year this stat took less time than the previous year.
NetLine's research unearthed dozens of incredible insights behaviors of B2B buyers. Here are a few key highlights from this volume:
As the root of the largest content-centric lead generation platform, NetLine is perfectly positioned to present the Who, What, When, Where, and Why of B2B content engagement thanks to its first-party data obtained from B2B decision-makers actively consuming content related to their purchase decisions. With its unrivaled insights, NetLine's 2021 Content Consumption Report removes the guesswork for Marketers by providing concrete behavioral insights to make real-world decisions.
To download the 2021 State of B2B Content Consumption and Demand Report for Marketers, click here.
Media Contact: Jon Steiert
About NetLine Corporation:
NetLine Corporation empowers B2B Marketers with the reach, technology, and expertise required to drive scalable lead generation results and accelerate the sales funnel. Operating the largest B2B content syndication lead generation network, NetLine reaches 125 million unique visitors and processes more than 700,000 leads monthly across 300 industry sectors. NetLine's AudienceTarget™ technology drives prospect discovery, quality customer lead acquisition, and buyer engagement from real prospect intent as professionals consume content directly across the network. Superior quality, on-demand access, and advanced campaign reports enable all clients to achieve lead generation success. Founded in 1994, NetLine is privately held and headquartered in Campbell, California. Successful B2B Marketers Start with NetLine, visit www.netline.com.
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