15 Tactics for Successful B2B Social Media Marketing

DAVID CRANE | September 13, 2018

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For 20% of B2B marketers, social media is one of the top three sources for qualified leads, according to the Chief Marketer B2B Lead Gen Outlook report. The role of social media in demand generation has evolved to encompass targeted lead generation, influencer outreach, lead nurturing, social listening and research. B2B marketers who want to successfully build an engaged following on social media must master new skills as well as embrace the uniqueness of social media marketing. When it comes to social media success, it’s important to remember the first part of the phrase “social media.” It’s social. B2B marketers must approach their strategy with relationships in mind. It’s a matter of give-and-take, not a one-way broadcast.

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