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6 Reasons You Need Video Marketing for Your Business

With 97 percent of marketers saying that video content has improved prospects’ understanding of their products or services and 76% indicating that it has helped increase sales, you can’t afford to ignore this content marketing format. Here are 6 reasons why you need to add videos to your marketing toolkit.

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Gardner Intelligence Electronics Gardner Intelligence’s collection and review of the reported financial results of over 90 publicly-traded electronics firms through the first quarter of 2018 points to an industry in the midst of above-average growth.
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Download the results of Gardner Intelligence's annual Capital Spending Survey that includes forecasted spending on machine tools, testing equipment, software and more that are then projected across the metalworking industry based on plant size.

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Review results of  Gardner Intelligence's annual Media Usage in Manufacturing Survey including commentary on business-to-business marketing trends impacting companies tasked with marketing to today's industrial buyer.

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Strong Demand, Limited Supply Increasing Prices of Machine Tools The global strength of manufacturing has created a limited machine tool supply in the U.S., leading to an increase in the average price.
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Joining Research with Experience Gardner Intelligence offers in-depth consulting services using both data and decades of manufacturing experience to explore the market for its customers.
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Monthly Change in Monetary Base Contracting Faster The accelerating contraction in the month-over-month rate of change has caused the annual rate of change to grow slower for three straight months.
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