January 28, 2014 09:59 AM
While many organizations understand the value of live, in-person events, it feels like some still underestimate the content benefits to be gained.
Simply put, live events are content havens.
This is especially true for large conferences with lots of different keynotes and sessions spread out over multiple days. With so many different smart people gathered in one place, there’s no shortage of great ideas being shared, and even the laziest content marketer could turn all that informatio...
January 22, 2014 09:51 AM
Video marketing and Big Data can be a powerful combination for organizations. But it’s not just about the numbers you see; it’s how you use them that matters. With that in mind, here are three simple ways sales reps can get more out of video content analytics.
One of the biggest (and most underrated) benefits of content marketing is its value as a sales enablement strategy for reps. Simply put, great content helps reps sell better, and online video has become an especially valuabl...
January 15, 2014 09:49 AM
Did you know – 70% of B2B marketers consider event marketing to be the most effective content strategy. Not blogging. Not whitepapers. Not social media. EVENTS.
I’ve seen a lot of stats like these over the past few months, most recently in a cool infographic put together by the folks at WebDAM. It’s certainly interesting that with so much attention paid to online and digital messaging, that in-person events still top the list of valuable marketing tactics for B2Bs.
January 03, 2014 10:00 AM
Video marketing is hot these days. Social media marketing? That’s pretty darn hot too.
So it’s only natural that the two would come together – and boy have they. As Unruly’s Phil Townend writes, 2013 was a huge year for social video, with new trends popping up all across the marketing landscape. It’s not just high-budget ads anymore either; investments in content marketing have opened up a whole world of opportunities for today’s business.
January 02, 2014 09:26 AM
There’s no denying that social media has become a very hot topic in the B2B sales space, and the potential opportunities involved have gotten a lot of people talking.
In fact, I feel like I hear or come across questions related to social selling just about every week.
How exactly should salespeople use social media? Is Facebook a good option? Can you explain to me what a tweet is? (No, I didn’t make that last one up.)
Of course, before you can deal with the “what” ...