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#B2BTalks – How to Scale Your Marketing Operation

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While marketing budgets may not be increasing, your clients’ expectations are. Marketers are tasked with the challenge of doing more with less, without compromising on quality. At our upcoming #B2BTalks, we’ll discuss tips to scale your marketing operation including best practices, technologies, and case studies. More

Webinar on Scaling B2B Marketing Operations: Check!

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We resolved to start sharing more insight and B2B marketing know-how with our audience, and accepted an opportunity to take part in a joint webinar with Oktopost. On Tuesday, January 21st, our CEO, Kfir Pravda, will host that very webinar, entitled “How to Scale B2B Marketing Operations.”

Kfir is going to share a lot of tricks of the trade. The discussion will be about scaling marketing operations. Strategies to be discussed in-depth include social media, operations, integrations, and marketing automation.

Click here to sign up for the webinar, and learn how to scale your B2B marketing activities effectively.

Also – join us for a special #B2Btalks Breakfast Workshop on January 21st, which will focus on use cases for marketing automation. Click here to register. We also invite you to download the latest in-depth B2B marketing paper by Kfir, titled “8 Simple Use Cases for Marketing Automation”. It offers a great deal of valuable insight for B2B marketers struggling to figure out how marketing automation can fit into their processes.

Marketing Automation Fear? The Answer is Here!

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We get many emails and phone calls (almost on a regular basis!) from companies with questions and concerns on marketing automation. This useful tool is aimed at marketing specialists, and we enjoy talking about how to use marketing automation to simplify and improve marketing operations. More

#B2BTalks Breakfast – Marketing Automation Workshop

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Marketing automation, a product aimed at marketing specialists, possibly bears the most misleading and underselling name for one of the most useful technologies out there.

So what exactly is marketing automation? Join us for a special #B2BTalks Breakfast Workshop Tuesday, January 21, at Deca in Tel Aviv. Enjoy a full breakfast buffet at 9am followed by a session led by Kfir Pravda (of Pravda Media Group). For a primer, please download our in-depth paper. More

#B2BTalks – How to Build a Sales and Marketing Machine

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One of the biggest challenges marketers face is putting the right systems in place in order to build a sales and marketing machine. The speakers we will hear from at this #B2BTalks are considered leaders in this aspect. We’ll talk about the strategy and processes put into place in their companies, as well as the talents and technology required to build the bridge between sales and marketing.

Join us Sunday, December 8 at 6pm and meet with other B2B marketers. There will be a Q&A following the panel – we encourage an open discussion so get your questions ready! Refreshments will be served. For those who can’t make it, you can follow the conversation at #B2BTalks. More

#B2Btalks – Marketing Cloud-based Products

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B2B Cloud companies based in Israel face a set of challenges as they market their products and services to global audiences and customers, from cultural differences to working with local marketing teams.

Join us Sunday, October 27 at 6pm and meet B2B marketers who will discuss the Challenges, Tools, and Tips to succeed in marketing cloud-based products to global audiences. There will be a Q&A following the panel – we encourage an open discussion so get your questions ready! Refreshments will be served. For those who can’t make it, we will provide a link to join us via Google Hangout. You can also follow the conversation at #B2Btalks. More

Why B2B’s Should Consider Using LinkedIn Sponsored Updates

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In an effort to position itself as the leading destination for B2B content, LinkedIn started to roll out Sponsored Updates in late July. These are similar in fashion to sponsored posts on Twitter, and promoted pages on Facebook – allowing sponsored content to be pushed to specific audiences. Sure, it may get pricy for smaller B2B’s, but it would be worth the investment nonetheless.

LinkedIn takes pride in offering “content marketing in the world’s only professional feed,” and it would certainly be beneficial for B2B’s to consider using this as a part of their marketing and outreach efforts. In addition to the typical geo-targeting options, publishers can also select audiences by company, title, job function, and seniority levels. These updates could be promoted in 20 languages across 200 countries, with the potential to reach 225 million active members who regularly update their profile/feed.

Sponsored Updates will work wonders for brand awareness, and directing traffic towards press releases, job postings, and product pages on company websites. It would also increase the reach of thought-leadership pieces on company blogs, white papers and webinars. B2B’s could also strategically use Sponsored Updates for crowdsourcing purposes, and for lead generation. Targeted audiences would have access to social options to comment/like/share the post, in addition to follow the company in one click.

What do you think about Sponsored Updates? Do you think it would take off? Some big names already have their fair share of success stories. Here is the official link to get started with Sponsored Updates.