A New Way to Engage for Suppliers to engage with Vacuum Furnace End-users!
Question: Looking for a new and effective way to reach and engage vacuum furnace end-users and operators?
Answer: Post the answers to the most “Frequently Asked Questions” in your industry, market, or discipline and see how the use of resourceful answers will help you grow your brand and create meaningful relationships over time. FAQ Posts are quite simple; when you are helpful and provide answers to FAQs to members and potential customers, you are building depth and professional bonds for your brand. Providing practical insights to end-users and operators to help them perform better at their jobs. (Format & writing guidelines at the very bottom)
Expert Corporate Member Program
With your “Frequently Asked Questions” posted on our FAQ Blog, your training, service, and support teams can directly answer customer questions as a “Contributing Member”.
FAQs: Enhancing your Content Marketing Efforts
Traditionally, B2B marketers always focused on the features and benefits of their products but rarely provide any troubleshooting and technical support information when their products break down or fail to function as promised and expected.
This is why as an Expert Corporate Member, your company appointed staff can publish important FAQs on how to troubleshoot, maintain, and repair your products and equipment, providing our members the most important tips of what to do when something goes wrong. We are hoping that many of our corporate members will use this new feature to train and educate their customers and create new leads for their products.
Expand your Customer Service Teams
Whether you have a small customer support department or an extensive service center, there will always be end-users who look to their peers for answers about your equipment or products or those of your competitors. With our easy to use FAQ Blog feature, your team can proactively answer customer FAQs as a ‘Contributing Member’. Not only will you provide accurate direct-from-the-source information, you can also show thousands of our website visitors that you take technical support and preventative maintenance of your products and equipment quite seriously.
Establish Yourself as a Problem Solver
VacuumFurnaces.com is a bountiful resource for hard to find information to pressing FAQs and technical support issues, containing hundreds of easy to find answers. While product advertising is an effective marketing tactic, helping to educate members on problems and issues they are facing using FAQs is a more effective way of gaining their trust.
Establish yourself as a troubleshooting and problem solver in a leading category using our FAQ content channel as your mouthpiece, and become the go-to source for equipment troubleshooting, repair, and maintenance information, driving customers towards you and away from the competition.
Remember that the search engines will try to match the search term with the carefully worded title of your FAQ and deliver those results to our website, then yours.
Expand your Brand’s Reputation
When you post an FAQ Blog in our community, you can directly address any issues that might arise from the use of your product or service and quickly limit the potential harm an unresolved issue could inflict on your product or brand’s reputation. A little training and education can go a long way, and with instant access to all conversations related to your brand, you can give yourself the extra visibility you need to protect your brand and ensure its continued success.
FORMAT GUIDELINES FOR BEST CURATION PRACTICES COMPLIANCE.
Title: Please chose the title of your post in the format of a “Frequently Asked Question” (FAQ) The title of the post must be different than the title of the page this post will be linking to.
Introduction: Please write an introduction in your own words that is new and different from any wording used in the article/white paper/blog you will be referencing as the answer to your FAQ.
An excerpt: Please copy and paste in between quotations an exact duplicate section of the article/white paper/blog you will be referencing as part of the answer to your FAQ.
Like to article: Add a Continue Reading >> link that points to the article/white paper/blog you are providing as the answer to your FAQ.
Feature Image: Please select an image, logo or any other visual material to use as a feature image for your FAQ Blog Post.