|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|b2b state farm||1.31||0.8||4937||95|
|b2b.verizonwireless.com bill pay||0.78||0.9||2883||95|
|b2b vs b2c||1.21||0.4||4955||16|
|b2b verizon wireless||0.86||0.6||2635||27|
|b2b ecommerce platform||1.3||0.5||1715||3|
|b2b internet market||1.24||0.5||1694||27|
|b2b marketing firm||0.62||0.8||9116||67|
|b2b tata steel eproc||1.22||0.3||9810||3|
|b2b marketing plan||0.46||1||8045||16|
|b2b grant application||1.8||0.8||3913||56|
General examples of business suppliers and customers include car dealerships selling autos to a taxi company, farmers providing meat and vegetables to restaurants or steel manufacturers selling sheet steel to car manufacturers. The acronym B2B refers to business-to-business sales.What are examples of B2B sales?
B2B sales often take the form of one company selling supplies or components to another. For example, a tire manufacturer might sell merchandise to a car manufacturer. Another example would be wholesalers that sell their products to retailers who then turn around and sell them to consumers. Supermarkets are a classic example of this activity.What does B2B mean?
Business-to-business (B2B) is a transaction or business conducted between one business and another, such as a wholesaler and retailer. B2B transactions tend to happen in the supply chain, where one company will purchase raw materials from another to be used in the manufacturing process.