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Our new location is in Blue Ash Ohio. We moved our marketing agency from Cincinnati's Over the Rhine in December of 2019. If you would like to arrange a meeting, please call us at (513) 463-3429. In order to keep our employees healthy and safe, walk-ins are not currently welcome.

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Phone: (513) 463-3429
Address: 11223 Cornell Park Drive Suite 301, Blue Ash Ohio 45242

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Free SEO Report From Lohre & Associates Industrial Web Development

Free Industrial Website SEO Reports till August 31

Lohre & Associates Industrial Marketing will offer free SEO (Search Engine Optimization) Scores and Reports through the month of August. These search engine optimization reports outline all of the less-seen technical SEO issues as we focus heavily on the SEO…

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Google Shopping Sales Increase of 350 Percent Since March 2020

Explaining The Value in Google Shopping Ads In the last year and a half, for a majority of industrial businesses, online marketing has become the most-essential part of business to business marketing strategy. While social media has become the dominant…

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2017 Industrial Marketing Trends

Industrial marketing is different for mining equipment, machine tools and chemical processing equipment. We’ll review what is and isn’t working in industrial marketing trends.

A short history of Lohre & Associates:

  • —1996 Second Wind, small agency coaching
  • —9-11-2001 The end of growth
  • —2002 Goal: More control over business growth
  • —2002 EDOC Outsourcing call center
  • —2004 Society for Marketing Professional Services (Engineers, Architects, Builders)
  • —2008 Recession, things got worse
  • —2009 Green Building initiative
  • —2013 Hubspot
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1937 Cincinnati Ohio River Flood Anniversary

Cincinnati Enquirer remembers the 1937 Flood.

“After unprecedented precipitation, the Ohio River in Cincinnati rose to its all-time high on Jan. 26, 1937. It was a natural disaster than spanned the entire length of the 981-mile-long river. Michael Nyerges.” Read more.

One of the founders of our agency, Edmund Strauchen, did the above illustration for the Enquirer that day.

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Industrial Marketing for Engineering, Architecture and Construction

Industrial marketing is different for machine tools and chemical processing equipment, but it’s even stranger for engineering, architectural or construction services.

I learned of the Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) back in 2005 when I asked Pete Strange, the president of Messer Construction, how I could get clients in building materials, construction and architecture. He said that SMPS was the best way to learn. I joined and served several years on the board of the local Cincinnati Chapter. The Certified Professional Services Marketer is the most valuable thing I have received from SMPS. It’s a body of marketing knowledge and methods that is nothing like selling lipstick or rebar for that matter. Here’s link to SMPS.org and a study guide to the certification.

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B2B Sales Conversion Rates – Benchmark Research Finds Surprises

Implisit analyzed the pipelines of hundreds of companies to discover the channels that deliver the highest conversion rate. Are you focusing on the right channels?

Nov 20, 2014 By in AnalyticsCloudFeaturedSales

B2B Sales Conversion Rates’ processes are complex, with myriad stakeholders and prolonged decision cycles. That’s why it’s hard to know from the top of your head what’s working and what’s not. Fortunately, we have Salesforce, where we can track lead sources all the way to closing the deal.

At Implisit, we analyzed anonymous aggregated lead data from hundreds of companies to see what works and what doesn’t. Results are surprising: some channels are better at creating opportunities, but those opportunities are less likely to close; in other channels, it’s harder to create opportunities, but these opportunities are more likely to close.

 

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Plan for an Industrial Content Driven Marketing campaign

Consumer media is getting very fractured, but industrial content driven marketing is still led by a few quality publishing houses.

Sure you can spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on full page ads every month in your industrial trade publications. But you wouldn’t be taking advantage of the invitation to supply educational and application articles to the publication as well. Industrial marketing is a partnership between you and the industrial publishing houses. And that includes trade shows as well. The best publishing companies also have the best shows.

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Designing B2B Brands” – B2B Branding Lessons Update”

Branding lessons from Deloitte and 195,000 brand managers, by Carlos Martinez Onaindia & Brian Resnick.

For our last post of 2016 we’d like to update one of our most popular blog posts ever. This book still stands out as the best B2B Branding Lessons we have ever seen. Get in touch if you would like a free copy.

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Moonshot Thinking & the Age of Innovation

Wed, 03/09/2016 - by Kaylie Duffy, Associate Editor, @kaylieannduffyThis blog originally appeared in the March 2016 issue of Product Design & Development.The media often portrays the present world as a war-torn planet on its way to self-destruction. Images of poverty,…

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All Those Little Things You Do, (Metalworking Equipment Marketing Workflows)

(Thanks to Bob for another insightful post. Just last night I did a process equipment marketing review of Chemical Processing’s ads for Readex and reviewed the Emerson ad for “Project Certainty.” Eye catching ad but I can’t believe their claims. What could possibly “look differently” at my rock crushing plant project and replace the 1000 years of experience going into its design. Not to say modern analysis capabilities maybe could help but they are going to have to tell me a little bit more than, “innovate.” Plotting the human mind work flow was impossible just a few years ago. Mainly because what ever idea we came up with was proved wrong by science. Now the science is catching up. Look out, someone’s going to find out that we only work half the time!)

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