3 ways B2B leaders can amplify content marketing | Make virtual sales training engaging, effective | Emulate success of "Tiger King" on YouTube, Facebook
August 7, 2020
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Launch Marketing's Christa Tuttle recommends three ways business-to-business leaders can boost content marketing efforts, such as pulling in bigger audiences by being presenters during webinars and identifying hot topics gleaned during conversations with other leaders or during industry events. B2B leaders should also let the marketing team interview them on key industry issues and star in informational videos that can be distributed on social, websites or emails.
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General Insights & Strategies
Salespeople can improve their skills by practicing lessons learned during virtual sales training and be ready to demonstrate them at the next meeting, writes Andy Springer. Virtual programs should be focused on a series of short, impactful sessions and provide salespeople with new tools that can easily be added into their daily routines.
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Emulate success of "Tiger King" on YouTube, Facebook
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Clipchamp's Anna Ji offers YouTube and Facebook content marketing lessons from the viral success of "Tiger King," including the importance of developing a brand voice and shooting videos with interesting backgrounds and locations. Post content frequently, optimize videos with keywords in tags and titles, and add graphics and music during editing, she advises.
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Digitas' James Whatley offers advice to social marketers
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Digitas UK's James Whatley talks in this video interview about building social audiences and how brands should choose when to get involved in social movements. He advises marketers what do in the event of a social backlash, discusses why mistakes on social are indicative of a wider problem within brands and recommends his must-follow Twitter account for marketers.
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Marketing Technology & Innovation
Account-based marketing platform Terminus has integrated with Salesforce Pardot to enable business-to-business marketers to join up account and marketing automation data. The integration enables marketers to alert sales representatives about at-risk or important accounts, activate drip marketing and more effectively target segmented ads.
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Google is helping brands tap into the burgeoning audio ad market with tests for programmatic sellers and buyers in its Ad Manager and Display & Video 360 platforms. Some of the new capabilities include dynamic ad insertion and forecasting capabilities within Ad Manager, a marketplace for audio ads within DV360, an audio ad creation tool and brand measurement capabilities.
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