#B2BChat on Stock-check: Fulfilled, Failed and False Promises of Social Media for B2B Marketing

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Although we are still dabbling in several technologies and grappling with many issues, social media for B2B is no longer the shiny new thing.

B2BChatThat need not be a bad thing considering it has yet to mature. If you think back to where we were 2-3 years back, things have changed, and very quickly at that.

In this week’s #B2BChat we do a stock-check of fulfilled, failed and false promises of Social Media for B2B Marketing.  Get ready to talk about:

  1. How do you set your social media objectives? What are you looking to accomplish: brand awareness, lead generation/nurturing – a mix of all these, none of these or something else altogether?
  2. What platforms are working best for you – for content distribution / audience engagement, etc.?
  3. What platform(s) have disappointed you?
  4. How much do you know about your fans/followers? Do they engage with your brand?
  5. If you manage a corporate social media account, do you also maintain a separate “professional you” account? How do you balance the two?
  6. How you are measuring / monitoring social media ROI?

Join us this Thursday at 8pm ET (Friday Apr 15, 1am GMT) for a #B2BChat on Stock-check: Fulfilled, Failed and False Promises of Social Media for B2B Marketing. Follow @B2B_Chat for updates.

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May 10, 2011

social check

nThis ultimate objective needs to have milestones that can be reached so the team can see some success along the way. If the only perceived success is signing the contract, the team may get discouraged if the process takes months (or years!) to complete. Informal meetings at trade shows, developing a strong pitch to show an understanding of the business or a social media conversation (not just a connection) can be set as meaningful milestones in the process.

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April 13, 2011

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