Marketing Monkeybusiness: 5 WOM Antics to Avoid

Modern Marketing

Last Friday I guest posted on Mark Schaefer’s epic { grow } blog (“ 8 Big Ideas to Drive B2B Buzz “) about word-of-mouth marketing techniques that work for B2B companies. While thinking about ways B2B marketers can get people buzzing, it occurred to me that there are quite a few shabby practices masquerading as word of mouth. Aping someone else’s style isn’t buzz-worthy. by Joe Chernov | Tweet this.

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B2B Lead Generation Blog: Word-of-mouth marketing gets BtoB people buzzing

B2B Lead Generation

Main | Research confirms that B2B Companies Continue to Struggle with Lead Generation and Follow-up » Word-of-mouth marketing gets BtoB people buzzing I just heard that I was quoted in BtoB Magazine on word-of-mouth marketing (WOM).

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Influencers vs Advocates in B2B Marketing

Buzz Marketing for Technology

I think growing and focusing on this group is the key to igniting more WOM in your business! Tags: Blogging Buzz Marketing Communications Communities Inbound Marketing Interactive Marketing Media PR Social Media Twitter

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B2B Lead Generation Blog: Lead Generation via Industry Experts

B2B Lead Generation

« Asking for referrals does more than generate leads | Main | Lead generation ROI depends on a good handoff » Lead Generation via Industry Experts Proactively building relationships with industry experts is a powerful way to generate sales leads and positive word of mouth (WOM).

B2B Lead Generation Blog: Using thought leader content as a lead generation tool

B2B Lead Generation

This is especially important in generating postitive word of mouth (WOM) too. This is especially important in generating postitive word of mouth (WOM) too. B2B Lead Generation Blog About Free Resources Get FREE Updates Instantly Get A FREE Chapter from my book.

B2B Lead Generation Blog: Social Media Pundits Disconnect from B2B Marketing

B2B Lead Generation

« The Physics of Trigger Events for Lead Generation | Main | Online Lead Generation and Management Strategies that Get Results » Social Media Pundits Disconnect from B2B Marketing As someone in B2B, do you feel left out of the social media buzz? Blogs, podcasts, WOM, etc.)

Sales 2.0 Strategies: Demand Gen Lessons From the iPhone

Smashmouth Marketing

Accelerate word of mouth marketing (WOM) - How many of you bought iPhones because someone let you hold it? Create tools, buzz and reasons for customers to bring you prospects. Not sure I'm going to pick up the new iPhone just yet.

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5 Shared Traits Among Today’s B2B Buyers

KoMarketing Associates

Action marketers need to take: Word of mouth (WoM) marketing has been a buzzing topic of late, and for good reason. “Without a strategy, marketing is just stuff. The world has enough stuff, be intentional.”. I recently read this quote from Kurt Uhlir, and couldn’t agree more.

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Netflix, Google, Snapchat Among Brands to Leverage Stranger Things Product Placements: Marketing Lessons From the Upside Down

Martech Advisor

Besides the product placement aspect that was apparent throughout the season, brands were involved in marketing campaigns right from when the pre-buzz stage. The third season of Stranger Things debuted in July 2019 and set new viewership records in just the first few days.

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B2B Lead Generation Blog: Word of Mouth Marketing relies on reputation not branding

B2B Lead Generation

When it comes to word of mouth marketing (WOM), Ive observed that many B2B marketers, marketing blogs and the media seem overly concerned about brand building. So if you want to build a WOM marketing program, you must look at your reputation first - not your brand.

B2B Lead Generation Blog: How to leverage word of mouth for more leads

B2B Lead Generation

To be effective at word-of-mouth (WOM) he recommends, "a word-of-mouth process” (WOMP). To be effective at word-of-mouth (WOM) he recommends, "a word-of-mouth process” (WOMP).

Taking Your Team to the SEO Super Bowl

KoMarketing Associates

The content team is busy writing, campaigns are being launched, landing pages are being tested, and you’re starting to generate buzz in various social networks. Check out some cool ideas over at the WOM blog.

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Proclaiming Things “Dead” And 9 Other Things We Learned About B2B Marketing In 2015

bizible

While we understood in principle the impact that strong WOM marketing could have, we were able to see this firsthand through our marketing data. It created good buzz for our brand and made a lot of battery-hungry attendees pretty happy. Let’s jump right into it!

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How to Measure the Two Dimensions that Have the Greatest Impact on Improving Brand Equity

Measure Up Marketing

In 2006, Alain Samson, from the London School of Economics and Political Science, published an article in the International Journal of Market Research, “Understanding the Buzz That Matters: Negative vs. Positive Word of Mouth.” Recently we’ve been asked about measuring brand equity. This metric is increasingly important given the brand impact of social media, word of mouth, social networks, etc.

What Is Earned Media? Definition, Attribution, Best Practices with Examples

Martech Advisor

” So, what do word of mouth (WoM) and going viral mean in this context? ” Often described using terms such as WoM, buzz, viral, or publicity, earned media is achieved exclusively through organic activities. Earned media partially relies on WoM to spread awareness.

B2B Lead Generation Blog: Tips for better webinars, webcasts and improved ROI

B2B Lead Generation

Relevant content builds credibility, generates positive word of mouth (wom) and creates a buzz for future events. Relevant content builds credibility, generates positive word of mouth (wom) and creates a buzz for future events.

Top 40 Posts and Hot Topics of Inbound Marketing and Social Media

B2B Marketing Zone Posts

B2B, Buzz & Brand ROI: Creating Customers That Create (MORE!) CK’s B2B Blog , June 8, 2010 I recently ran across a positively terrific article on WOM penned by McKinsey’s Jacques Bughin, Jonathan Doogan and Ole Jørgen Vetvik. Well worth the read, the authors delineate 3 different types of WOM, propose a new way for measuring it, and explain how the IMPACT of WOM is critical, not just the volume thereof. Best of B2B Marketing. June 2010.

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