I’m convinced those of us guiding social media strategy at B2B brands have to be even more creative than our B2C counterparts in many respects.
No offense to my awesome B2C colleagues - many of whom are creating great social experiences for their fans - but B2B brands have to work harder because they generally don't have the same broad appeal and brand affinity built in that B2Cs typically come with.
Simply put: We’re niche. Moreover, our brand voice is often less playful than our B2C counterparts and, thus, less of a natural fit for the lively, snarky, cacophonous conversations happening on most social networks.
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FOUR THINGS SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE DONT DO: And This Is The SECRET of Their SUCCESS.
There is a lot written about the lives and habits of successful people everywhere. You have read many books of their habits. The 6 habits of this.... or The 9 Habits of that Successful person or Autobiographies where the writers mostly talk about the great accomplishments in length and a little about the habits that they DONT have. It is this part of their life where they lack certain habits that makes them successful. You may ask, how can NOT HAVING something or a LACK IN PERSONALITY TRAIT make somebody successful. Well it does. Good habits you can pick up and adopt as you go along on the road to success. As you grow older, you change your mind about quite a few things about the past. A certain car that drove you crazy when you were 17 years old does nothing for you when you look at it today. Same with Places and people and clothing etc. This is your mind telling you that it is capable of FLEXIBILITY.
Do you know how much actual revenue was driven last quarter vs. last year from your marketing programs? Do you know what your real social marketing ROI is versus other marketing channels And what reports are you using to back up your data?
Shark Tank's Daymond John:
People ask me all the time what is the one piece of advice I have for starting a business. My answer is that there is no one answer to that question as there are many things that make a business successful.
Looking back on my career, here are five that I have found to be the most valuable and have helped me gain the most traction.
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