Vintage has created several virtual showrooms, all designed to provide the highest levels of market presence and sales success. For us, the work doesn’t stop with the go-live. We continue to monitor and analyse the statistics of every single showroom to determine how we can further improve the user experience and keep attracting more visitors and leads.
It is almost impossible to imagine marketing communication without visualisation. For B2B sales messaging in particular, the right design, video or picture can simplify a complex story and communicate a powerful, unified message.
How do you ensure that your social media posts are viewed, liked and shared to the max? Publishing content about an interesting topic is one thing, but presenting this content in an engaging way is key to achieving visibility. At Vintage, we continuously analyse the statistics of our client’s social media campaigns to further improve results, as any extra like & share can be a potential sales lead.
Communicating a consistent message is key to convincing customers and prospects to choose your product or service. But how do you build up a clear sales story when your main intention is highlight features and benefits? At Vintage, we dig deep into our customer’s portfolio, market, industry sector and competition, often analysing tonnes of information to deduct an appealing message that captures the imagination and differentiates the brand.
Launching your new website or application is a milestone, but it’s only the start of your journey towards business growth. Tracking and proper analysis of visitor statistics and behaviour is the next – perhaps even more essential – step. It gives you useful insights into possible functional and content modifications to further improve the user experience and ultimately attract new users and generate more leads.
As a company, how do you put your brand and product in the spotlight and do you interact with customers and prospects in times where physical events and sales contacts cannot be held? The answer to this question led Atlas Copco’s Power Technique Service division to the idea of setting up a virtual event, and they requested Vintage to build an event platform with a fitting 3D environment.