Make Boring B2B Topics Better Using Dynamic Content

A big problem for B2B marketers today is creating dynamic content that is engaging to many people yet personalized enough to address the most relevant prospects.

Due to the nature of many B2B services and products, it can be difficult to come up with creative ideas to attract, engage and retain more users. Let’s be honest, no matter how much we care about our own respective fields, B2B content is usually not the sexiest of topics, which is why new content experiences are necessary to stand out.

Interactive Content Types

Many brands, from small to big, are taking advantage of new ways to attract, to convert, and to retain more users. Here are just a few examples of how other B2B companies are leveraging dynamic content to meet and exceed their own goals. 

Personality Quiz

These are great ways to get new visitors quickly. The reason why these usually go so viral is our love of judging ourselves!

Industry Type:

Home Mortgage Company

Campaign Title:

What type of homeowner are you? FIND OUT!​


A 71 percent conversion rate of visitors to subscribers.


These are great for B2B as they also serve as educational tools.

Client Type:

POS Software Vendor for Restaurants

Campaign Title:

How Well Do You Know Your POS?


This company gained 500 new leads.


This is a unique way to amplify any of your messages.

Industry Type:

Marketing Automation Software Platform/Marketing Consulting Firm

Campaign Title:

Top 5 Marketing Tips for 2019


Using an interactive story format, this marketing company sold twice as many packages as normal.

Ways To Come Up with Dynamic Content Ideas

You’ve already read all the benefits of using dynamic content for B2B communications. Now is the time to come up with topics, which for many, is the most difficult part, so we put together the following list of ways to get ideas for interactive content campaigns.

1. Use Your Own Library

Surely, somewhere in your blog, you wrote a great article focusing on “top tips,” “benefits,” or “how-tos.”


Take the first 3-5 tips and place each on a different page of your story. After teasing just a few and providing limited details to the tip, you can then choose to add a lead form. A lead form at the end of a story is a great idea because acts as a teaser, and if the person made it to the every end, chances are they are interested in whatever you are teasing and would be interested to receive the rest via email, for example.


Toast, a POS system for today’s restaurant industry, has an active blog with lots of great content. A quick glance, I came across the article “11 Clever Restaurant Hacks that Save You Money.”

Here’s what I would do with that content for a story-style campaign: I will choose to take the first 4 Tips and just provide the headlines, then on the last slide, I plan to direct people to the complete article if they click the “read more” button at the end of the story.


Teasers are small, animated, call-to-actions or announcements that sit as a top layer on any page you want. These are great to promote your ebooks or whitepapers. The cool thing is that you can still keep any other CTAs (popups, slide-ins) and not worry about it being overcrowded, since the teaser takes up only 3 percent of the screen.

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