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5 Tips to Effectively Use Media Coverage in Social Selling

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Social selling is the process of developing relationships as part of the overall sales process using common social networks such as LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook. While there are numerous relationship-building tactics used throughout the entire sales process, social media can be an especially effective platform to engage with prospects during the early stages of the customer journey.

However, it’s important to remember that content used in social selling needs to be compelling and not loaded with self-serving, marketing messages. There’s a difference between effective social selling and simply pushing an advertisement. An effective way to make your messaging impactful is to utilize media coverage as a touchpoint with your target audience. Using media coverage works in social selling because it not only provides more opportunities to leverage and fully exhaust a campaign but also showcases your business and thought leaders’ industry expertise or product know-how through third-party validation. Read More

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Developing Ideas for Thought Leadership Content: Four Questions to Ask Your Sales Team

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Marketing and sales both want content that compels prospects to act. Yet, according to eMarketer, 90 percent of content developed by the marketing team is never used in selling.

Fortunately, as a marketer, you don’t need to spin your wheels thinking of a new strategy. By utilizing your sales team’s input, you can develop thought leadership content that resonates with media, salespeople on the front lines of customer acquisition and prospects. How can your team create thought leadership content that sales teams want to share with prospects? Start with asking the right questions. Read More

When to Pause PR Efforts

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It seems to be a common thought that certain situations warrant “turning off” public relations efforts, but I’m here to tell you: there’s never a time when you should pause your PR strategy. Should your PR strategy change or pivot? Sure. But, it should never just stop.

Marketing teams give lots of reasons when talking about taking a break from PR. Here are three of the most common — and how you can actually use these situations to benefit a PR strategy.

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Taking a Strong Stance: How Marc Benioff Got Press Attention by Being Bold

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Have you ever stopped to think about how Salesforce became the media magnet it is today? Let’s face it: software isn’t necessarily the sexiest thing out there, and SaaS brands have to work to get noticed in today’s booming tech landscape. As the driving force behind the company, Marc Benioff stepped out on the ledge with bold statements to get his SaaS brand noticed from the get-go. Read More

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Applying the 4 Pillars of B2B SaaS PR to Press Release Strategies

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Developing strategies for our clients is at the root of our value as a B2B SaaS PR agency. We’re consistently digging into our clients’ businesses, our target media and the SaaS industry at large to uncover trends, best practices and creative ideas that help inform our PR campaigns.

While press releases are not the core of our strategy (contrary to common misconceptions), a sound announcement cadence is an integral part of a healthy overall PR program. At a minimum, we suggest our clients release one piece of news via press release each quarter. News can consist of product releases, executive additions, fundraising, customer wins, original data or the like. This press release frequency shows steady company innovation and growth. Read More