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Enabling B2B Sales & Marketing

5 Reasons Why Social Selling Sells the Way Buyers Want to Buy

Posted by Bruce Rasmussen on 27-Jul-2016 14:27:19

Social selling is a new approach to the sales process that is going to stick around for a while - it’s not just a passing fad.

Why?

Because social selling is not just a new approach to selling - it’s actually an adaptation to a new phenomenon that’s redefining how B2B customers actually purchase - it’s called social buying.

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Topics: Social Selling, Social Media Strategy, B2B Sales, Sales, Strategy, LinkedIn, content marketing

How Do I Budget My Content Marketing?

Posted by Bruce Rasmussen on 20-Jul-2016 10:24:20

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Marketing strategy has been shifting over the last decade, and it has to – because both businesses and consumers are buying differently.

Traditional marketing campaigns are no longer as effective. TV ads get skipped, magazine advertising is being largely ignored, and consumers online have such a short attention span that they barely even glance at the ads for longer than half a second. Direct mail still works, but once it’s sent, it’s over – it goes in the bin, along with your marketing spend.

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Topics: Social Selling, Social Media Strategy, B2B Sales, Sales, Strategy, LinkedIn, content marketing

Is Content Marketing a Powerful Partner for Social Selling?

Posted by Bruce Rasmussen on 14-Jul-2016 11:02:11

Many B2B firms are developing both "content marketing strategies" and "social selling strategies".

Is there a link - or an overlap?

We think there is!

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Topics: Social Selling, Social Media Strategy, B2B Sales, Sales, Strategy, LinkedIn, content marketing

New Marketing™ - How to Engage Buyers Earlier and Prosper

Posted by Bruce Rasmussen on 06-Jul-2016 13:43:09


Is your B2B demand generation program a stream of disconnected campaigns, with Marketing organising for a bought/rented list to be called down, given some offer - and then achieve a success rate of around 3%?

What happens to the information you gleaned (if any) from the other 97%?  Perhaps they are willing to buy from you - but just not yet!

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Topics: B2B Sales, B2B Buyers, Sales, Strategy, New Marketing