BLASTmedia works with SaaS clients to find the best avenue for creating proprietary data. Here are 3 ways to create a strong PR campaign using data.
The next guest in our series of SaaS marketers is a friend of our agency – Matt Harper. He’s a former client contact and consistent San Francisco dive bar drinking buddy, but more importantly, he’s one of the smartest marketers in the business.
In our latest installment of SaaS Marketing Perspectives, we spoke with Casey Vermette, director of sales and marketing at Wisetail. Casey talks about community-oriented marketing and measurement, the opportunity in differentiating a SaaS solution in a crowded space and his dreams of becoming a Formula 1 racer.
As a SaaS marketer, if you feel like you’re walking a tightrope between sensitivity and doing business, you’re not alone. With the rapid spread of COVID-19, marketers are scrambling to assess how to move forward when so many aspects of everyday life are screeching to a halt.
Our next SaaS marketing perspective guest hails from LumenAd, an ad management platform. Ember’s background is in marketing, business development and demand gen. We’re talking about performance marketing, customer conversations and making money. Read on for her insights!
SaaS companies often embark on a PR program with the goal of earning top-tier coverage. I can’t think of a company that doesn’t want to be in the Wall Street Journal. Because of the sometimes myopic focus on household name publications, too often companies dismiss trade media as low-value, particularly compared to national outlets.
Our next installment of SaaS Media Perspectives features, Dom Nicastro, senior reporter at CMSWire, a well-read trade pub covering digital customer experience, martech and digital workplace. Dom discusses getting to know a publication’s audience as both the journalist and the PR pro and the double-edged sword of the AI buzz.