Social media is frequently viewed as a B2C marketing strategy that other companies needn’t bother with. However B2B companies, and fintechs in particular, can gain enormous benefits from a well-rounded social media strategy. According to the Content Marketing Institute’s annual report, 61% of B2B marketers increased their use of social media for content marketing purposes compared with one year ago. By taking a customized approach and carefully considering unique goals and key performance indicators (KPIs), fintechs can create and maintain a social media strategy that supports business objectives.
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In any fintech marketing campaign, you’re probably using some form of content to attract leads, right? You’ve created exceptional content that your audience will enjoy and hopefully, act upon. Producing high quality content requires a lot of resources. You want to get maximum exposure, but you also need to get a measurable return on your investment
This often leads to the question: to gate or not to gate your content? To determine an answer, you must first understand what each of these terms means.
Account Based Marketing (ABM) isn’t a new concept, but it has been gaining more attention recently. In essence, ABM revises the traditional inbound marketing strategy by creating custom content and communications for targeted accounts as opposed to creating a wide variety of content for a broader audience. ABM advocates for starting with a list of target accounts and tailoring your content to those specific companies.