Being relatively anonymous is a reality most B2B companies have resigned their fate too. As several B2B marketers will attest, their days are filled with far less excitement and glamour as compared to their B2C peers.
Banking. Energy. Insurance. Technology. Brand messages from these industries can easily come across as complicated. Add the 280 character limit and they get into the difficult-to-understand territory.
Throughout the first half of 2018, we’ve seen more and more brands fully embrace the power of their employees’ social media networks and have started to believe in the possibility of improved social reach, better quality leads, and increased web traffic using their resources personal networks.
Consumers love recommendations and endorsements. This was clear even in the pre-internet days when marketers would include some sort of testimonial in their mail order campaigns.
One phrase that has been done to death has got to be “Content is King”.
Truth is, there are about 82.6 million new blog posts published every month on WordPress alone. So what happens when you have a great piece of content that’s not distributed well? It’s lost in the barrage of similar topics published, of course.
There’s no denying that influencer marketing works. From improving brand awareness to impacting purchase decisions, and eventually converting brand loyalty to brand advocacy, Influencer marketing is the oldest go-to marketing tactic in the book.
Moving past strides, the world as we know it is taking leaps in technology. Ever since the turn of the millennium, new benchmarks have been set in the development of the next cool software or gadget.
Keeping employees actively engaged in the workplace isn’t only important to build a positive work culture, it can also save you some big bucks. In fact, according to a Gallup poll, disengaged employees could be costing the US anywhere between $450-550 billion.