People buy from people, not companies. Next to events and other face-to-face methods, social media is the best channel for building meaningful connections with your prospects. This eBook explains the five key steps to use social selling to build relationships that last, provide value, demonstrate consistency, and are mutually beneficial.
The state of the media in 2015 was social, mobile and multiplatform. But as the way journalists engage with their audiences continues to evolve in the face of technological disruption, the most productive relationships between the media and communication professionals remain founded on the fundamentals which have always underpinned public relations best practices.
Informed by a survey of 346 journalists, bloggers and influencers and supplemented with insights from Cision’s Media Research Team, Cision’s State of the Media 2016 Report takes a look back at the trends that shaped 2015 and anticipates the next public relations challenges.
Published By: Cymfony
Published Date: Jul 11, 2007
The Internet has become a hospitable environment for people looking to advance aggressive forms of criticism against corporations. The same social media technologies that strengthen your company’s relationship with consumers also make is easy for a single critic to mount an aggressive campaign against you. This whitepaper will present new research that reveals what drives this type of aggressive behavior.
In the age of Web 2.0, Internet users are rewriting the rules of social interaction, using blogs, forums, and social bookmarking for sharing information and sustaining relationships across borders. This IBM white paper looks at how organizations can achieve tangible business benefits through embracing these technologies.
Published By: Radian6
Published Date: Nov 01, 2011
This eBook, Four Steps to Creating Content for a Social Media Community, explores ways for your content to spread throughout social media, enabling you to build and enhance relationships and empowering your community to share your content
The health care world is changing. And data has a
role to play in that change.
Traditional health care systems are becoming more
accessible and convenient, while also offering lower
priced options. Proactive care — rather than reactive
— is expected, including a shift from disease
management to disease prevention. Likewise,
a greater emphasis on personalized delivery,
including understanding populations, has led to
increased precision in holistic care management.
Combining conventional data sources with
data from previously untapped data sources —
such as electronic health records, wearables,
social determinants, social media, genetics and
diagnostics — creates new possibilities for
understanding the patterns, relationships, and
predictors of wellness and health.
Keep reading this e-book to discover how health
care leaders are generating new opportunities for
innovation and transforming how care is delivered.
Discover this year’s biggest social marketing trends in our Social Intelligence Report. You’ll learn where the greatest opportunities are in paid, earned, and owned social—and you’ll discover new tools and strategies for building stronger engagement and better results.
Forrester identifies the social technology marketers need. Download this Forrester report to discover the four social technology categories that matter most to marketers, along with tips on how to select the right vendors.
Find out how to use our Facebook Timeline best practices to help your organization build an effective social media strategy, strengthen relationships with your brand's community and see your ROI on your Facebook campaign.
Published By: Brainshark
Published Date: Oct 21, 2013
Mobile, video and social media are growing rapidly - but not independently. This video takes a look at the relationships between each trend, and how your business can capitalize on all three to advance your communications strategy.
This IDC Technology Spotlight paper takes a look at why Email remains the primary mode of communication in business today. While there is prevalent speculation that social software and other real-time communications applications will replace email, email nevertheless remains a stalwart in business operations. In addition, as relationships across all business communication channels continue to be redefined, innovative modes and methods of communication are emerging. As a result, locating the right data and information at the right time — while still critical — becomes increasingly complex. IDC expects that organizations will use social software, such as Notes and Domino 9x Social Edition, to complement existing tools and address these business needs for the foreseeable future.
Help your sellers work smarter and build stronger relationships
Sales teams work so hard, they can burn out quickly. It’s tough when customer contacts, sales goals, productivity tools, and social networking are all separated and siloed.
Instead of working in separate systems that make day-to-day selling complex, you can help simplify the way your sellers work. And empower your team to be more productive and efficient. Our e-book, “The Savvy Seller’s Guide to Building Profitable Relationships,” is packed with advice for making selling much less painful—and more profitable.
Did you know if your lead has had prior exposure to content from your company’s brand, that they’re 25% more likely to respond to your InMail? You’ll find this and more helpful facts in the e-book, including actionable insights to help your team:
Identify the right leads—including pinpointing who’s on the buying committee
Capture buyers’ attention
Use insights and predictive intelligence from AI and machine learni