As B2B marketers, lead generation is always our top priority. We want to get in front of the right people with high-value information that engages prospects and motivates them to learn more about our brand and services.
We have quite a few effective digital marketing tools at our disposal—SEO, paid search, content marketing, email, programmatic display, and ABM campaigns—to name a few. Plus, the advanced targeting you can do on LinkedIn and Facebook has made social media marketing another really effective tool in the B2B marketer toolbox.
Organic social media, however, is typically used for branding. It’s a way that many B2B companies show off their culture, values, partnerships, people and hiring opportunities. But maybe B2B marketers have been selling organic social short.
How can organic social media improve lead generation for B2B companies? Listen to this episode, featuring guest speaker Brittany Mayti, to find out.
About Brittany Mayti:
Brittany Mayti is a native of Cleveland, Ohio. She knew she wanted to be an actress from a very young age. However, her mother insisted that she complete her post-secondary education prior to making the big move to "Hollywood".
In the midst of acting classes and workshops, Brittany obtained her MBA with a concentration in Marketing. She’s also learned the business from behind the camera as a Production Assistant, Production Coordinator, Production Manager, and Co-Producer.
Today, Brittany utilizes her educational experience to market herself as a social media influencer and content creator. Although the performer isn’t keen on the term, she believes “branding yourself” is a necessary evil in the entertainment industry. Brittany also owns a consulting business that helps brands grow their online presence.