Everyone is using a webcam. It’s a fact. Whether it’s for work or for communicating with distant relatives, many people are now “on camera” almost daily. In many ways this change is similar to the one that happened from 1984 through the mid-1990’s when computer users shifted from keyboard usage only to keyboard and mouse usage. Leading to today where users regularly use a keyboard, a mouse, VOIP, and a webcam.
How should marketers balance the need to be visible with the need to be relevant and useful?
If you’re going to transition from one market segment to the other, you sometimes just have to “rip off the Band-Aid hard,” according to MobiTV CEO Charlie Nooney.
Mid-market marketing is no easy task. Especially if your product is the first of its kind.
However, a savvy marketer knows how to effectively market a product in a new category. Matt Ipri is an expert in doing just this.
As the vice president of marketing and business development at Decision Lens, Matt brings a lot of first-hand experience to the table. In this episode, Cascade Insights CEO Sean Campbell chats with Matt about strategic mid-market marketing.
Become a Master of Mid-Market Marketing.
Listen To Learn How To:
- Target multiple industries with your website.
- Maximize the effectiveness of your current content.
- Build separate strategies for market awareness and product awareness.
- Work well with the analyst community.
- Handle competing with your customer.
- Reap the benefits of creating a new category.
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