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It's Time to Nail Down Your IoT Positioning and Messaging

Jan 24, 2018

By Sue O'Keefe


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Topics: IoT, marketing, content marketing, Messaging

How to Win at CES

Sep 27, 2017

By Tamara Franklin

How hiring a Strategic Marketing Communications agency can increase your chances of success at the show

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Topics: social media, content marketing, public relations, Trade shows, CES, strategic positioning

What Message to What Media? Know Your Audience

Feb 7, 2017

By Pamela Rentz

Wondering why your product message isn’t connecting with the IoT media you want to reach? Think about it this way: Have you ever been trapped in conversation with a well-meaning dinner partner who spent the entire time talking about a subject in which you have absolutely no interest? (Say you’re a dedicated vegan, and all they want to talk about is the superior taste of free-range beef.)

If there’s disconnect between your targeted influencers and the message you want to convey about your IoT product or service, you’re literally wasting your time—and theirs. Products can be labeled with the “hot” IoT language, but that’s not enough. You must deliver your message with the proper context, to the right people, or it’s almost like you never delivered it at all.

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Topics: social media, brand building, content marketing, Messaging

Six Key Steps to Cultivating Thought Leadership

Jun 29, 2016

By Sue O'Keefe

Cultivating Thought Leadership is like any other marketing campaign—it contains distinct elements, rolled out over a specific period of time. It’s also different from many campaigns you’ve probably worked on, in that you are raising the profile of a specific person, not a company. Because of that, your Thought Leadership campaigns should be separate and distinct from your ongoing Industry Leadership campaigns. (Not sure the difference? We’ve defined each of them here).

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Topics: social media, Thought Leadership, content marketing, public relations