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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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Marketing Agency vs In-House: The Biggest Difference That No One Talks About

When companies are trying to decide whether to hire an in-house marketer (or in-house marketing team) versus an agency, they often struggle with the decision. The process of hiring people in-house takes significant time and resources, but also results in full-time employees that are under their roof, aligned with their interests, and entirely dedicated to

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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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How to Identify Your Best Customers: A Systematic Process for B2B SaaS Companies

For B2B SaaS companies, “identifying your best customers” is often an ambiguous endeavor. At best, most will create SaaS buyer personas to base their marketing around — but there’s a lack of refinement that we believe can be the root cause of many marketing issues that companies struggle with. Some of these issues include (but are

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How to Increase Conversions in B2B SaaS Trials: 6 Must-Have Customer Lifecycle Emails

You may be familiar with the concept of “crossing the chasm”, which describes the challenge of transitioning from only having “early adopters” as customers, to gaining traction with the “early majority”. We’ve noticed another “chasm” in B2B SaaS: the chasm that exists between people who sign up for a trial and people who become new customers

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B2B SaaS Positioning Canvas: Clarify Positioning with This Tool (Before You Blame Product-Market Fit)

The abstract, cerebral nature of positioning as a concept makes it difficult for many companies to approach defining it for their business. We know this because we continue to see companies miss with their SaaS positioning (even ones that have grown to substantial ARR). Scenarios in which they have a product positioning problem without realizing it

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You Don’t Need an All-Star Marketer to Achieve Your SaaS Growth Goals. You Need Talent-Trajectory Fit.

Hiring great marketers is almost always one of the top challenges our prospects and clients bring up in conversations with us. Over the last decade talking to SaaS companies about hiring marketers, we’ve noticed some themes that continually come up: They’d love to hire all-star talent. But people who are on that level have already started

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