Marketing tips, quick reads, and news to help marketers think differently.
Two major things happened last year that changed the way I plan and create content. First, Fleet Equipment, a long-standing B2B print publication serving the heavy-duty trucking market, retired its print publication and went all-in on digital (websites, newsletters, video). Second, I bought a rowing machine.
Companies like yours can stand in solidarity with Breast Cancer Survivors and those who are still fighting the disease by integrating social media campaigns, sales events, branding strategies and more with Breast Cancer Awareness Month related content.
If Stories are part of your content strategy, you’ll definitely want to start incorporating some Geofilters for added visibility. Highlight your next event or launch and get your audience engaged with this popular feature, your awareness metrics will thank you later!
Sales and marketing have always had a unique relationship within the ecosystem of a B2B business. Both roles are interdependent, but seldom collaborative. However, an increasingly popular marketing tactic has presented sales representatives and marketers a golden opportunity for meaningful overlap.
There are certain instances when targeting smaller, more specific segments of your audience – particularly those further down the sales funnel – is actually worth more of your time and money than casting the widest net possible. That’s where topical targeting comes in.
If you’re anything like the majority of the population, consistently listening to a podcast has become part of your weekly or even daily routine. Even after a year of remote work and reimagined schedules, podcasts have seen unanticipated growth and popularity just within the past year. But with this growth comes the opportunity for development, such as video features.