Success can come in many forms. Three very different success stories. Listen to the replay for details.
This week, Partner Velocity (Cisco’s program to help partners’ marketing efforts) held a one-hour webcast to help you get started with social media.
It’s a topic near and dear to my heart, so I led the webcast and provided some guidance for beginners and more advanced practitioners, tips, and tricks to help launch a social media presence.
If you couldn’t make it, don’t worry as there’s a replay available. Be sure to listen to this replay and attend the next two webinars in the series: you’ll be entered to win a US$2500 marketing consultation.
Head to the Partner Velocity site for details, and to register for the next two sessions (Social Media for Events and Creating an Integrated Campaign).
Here’s a quick recap of the topics covered in this week’s session “Building a Successful Social Media Program”:
How to develop a listening strategy
How to define and segment your audience (and create content for each persona)
Tips and tricks for engaging with your audience
Ways to design a measurement/metrics plan
And finally, some key takeaways and next steps
Keep reading for my seven questions to ask before launching your own social media program.
In this special edition of Partner Update, we bring you the top partner news from Cisco’s annual partner marketing conference Partner Velocity 2012, in Las Vegas.
During the three-day event, partners learned how to make marketing innovation happen from marketing experts, attended workshops, and even got some one-on-one time with Cisco executives. Oh yeah, there was even a little bit of time for some Las Vegas fun and entertainment.
Watch this video to catch up on all of the news from the first two days of Partner Velocity 2012.
Check back next week for full interviews with all of the speakers mentioned in this video and we’ll be adding speaker interviews to the Partner Velocity 2012 playlist on YouTube.
Keep reading to get key links—and a full transcript and links to everything we covered in Partner Update. Read More »
And speaking of cloud marketing, whether you’re in Las Vegas or not, the Cisco Cloud Marketing Kit is now available to help you position and market your cloud-based solutions to customers and prospects. It’s completely free and is packed full of resources: collateral, presentations, sales tools, campaign/program links, and more.
Are you ready to make marketing innovation happen?
Yesterday I had the chance to host a live broadcast with social media guru Brian Solis—our first Partner Velocity Virtual Engagement. In our hour-long session, Engage: How to Build, Cultivate, and Measure Success in the New Web, Brian discussed the importance of building engagement with both current and potential customers through new social media tools.
Here’s a replay of our broadcast in case you missed it.
Want to learn the tips that Brian shared? Here’s a recap of our broadcast. Read More »