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Category: Content Marketing

How to Market to Software Developers: The Channels We’re Betting On (and How We’ll Approach Each)

Marketing to the developer community is a notoriously difficult task for B2B SaaS companies. Some of the biggest challenges include: Choosing the right channels to reach them, since they aren’t as active in common social media platforms such as Facebook or LinkedIn (opting to spend more of their time on platforms such as StackOverflow and

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Why B2B SaaS Companies Should Stop Ignoring Lead Magnets

For prospects to convert into customers, they need to feel a sense of certainty that the monetary and time investments involved with adapting a new system into their business will be worth it. As such, B2B lead generation and nurturing takes time and many different touch points along the path to a sale. This is what

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4 Strategic Content Ideas to Speed Up Enterprise SaaS Deals

There’s a tendency among B2B SaaS companies to switch off marketing to prospects once they’ve signed up for a demo. At this stage, it becomes the sales team’s responsibility to close them, and marketing continues to focus on getting more prospects into their pipeline. But especially in enterprise SaaS with many different decision-makers involved, all with

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Competitor Comparison Landing Pages: A Strategic Approach for B2B SaaS

Most SaaS companies fall into two camps when it comes to competitor comparison landing pages. Camp 1 doesn’t make them because they think they’re an unethical potshot at their competitors. Camp 2 does create them, but they do so in a way that does a poor job of actually making a comparison (i.e., they’ll focus entirely on themselves,

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B2B SaaS Content Strategy: How to Map Your Content to Each Phase of the Funnel

There are typically three camps of companies who do SaaS content marketing: Those who produce occasional content with an unstructured approach. Those who produce regular content with a semi-structured approach (eg. use a content calendar). Those who produce content within the context of a holistic content strategy. If your SaaS company has been doing content marketing for

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Facebook Ads for B2B SaaS: Creating Advanced Audiences and the 80/20 of Messaging That Works

There is an occasional tendency among B2B SaaS companies to write off Facebook as a viable channel for reaching potential customers. Often, they’ve either tried using Facebook ads that haven’t worked or they’ve opted not to try them at all. But this tendency stands in contrast to what we see in our day to day

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B2B SaaS Content Marketing: 10 Principles to Generate Leads Through SEO

For B2B SaaS companies struggling to realize results through SEO, the most common frustrations we hear of in our conversations are: They’re investing resources to produce SEO content and they’d love to see their content performing well, but progress with moving up the search rankings and bringing in traffic and leads has been stagnant. Their

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SEO Strategy for B2B SaaS: Tying KPI’s to Revenue and Prioritizing Actions That Drive Results

Effective SEO strategy for B2b SaaS companies is not about jumping in and doing everything under the sun. Yes, your site needs to: Be technically healthy for search engines to crawl and index Have high-quality content that answers the intent of your customers’ search queries Attract links from other relevant and authoritative sites But working

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