What Lies Ahead in B2B Social Media Marketing?

Much has changed in the B2B tech landscape, with companies rapidly evolving and scaling to deal with heightened demand for remote connectivity, stronger networks, more robust tools, and more.

Now, though, with an end to the pandemic on the horizon but no sign of slowed growth, how will B2B tech companies keep up the pace and market themselves effectively, particularly on social media?

To find out, Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin invited Tracey Fudge, Founder of The Thrive Agency, onto this episode of MarketScaleTV.

 

 

Thrive Agency is a full-service digital marketing agency focused on eCommerce and B2B development services.

Litwin and Fudge chatted social media marketing trends and strategies for the B2B tech players that have seen so much explosive growth and the future of B2B digital marketing.

Fudge said she’s seen a huge surge in interest in digital marketing after a year where, despite growth, uncertainty put some of these initiatives on the back burner in favor of a focus on the services, themselves. Companies had customers looking to upgrade their tech capabilities fall into their laps, but it’s now time to sustain that momentum with a concerted effort.

“Last year, everybody was so freaked out that everybody froze,” Fudge said. “On one hand, you know that it’s digital-only, now … However, people have really embraced [social media and digital] this year. We have been slammed with opportunities.”

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