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“There are three common mistakes that most SaaS marketers make time and time again when it comes to clarity and high converting content,” says Konrad Sanders, Founder and CEO of The Creative Copywriter, “1. Don’t differentiate themselves from competitors. 2. Don’t humanize the “tech conversation”. 3. Fail to tailor their message to the prospect’s outreach stage to the appropriate stage of the funnel.
How can you differentiate yourself in an oversaturated market? This week in marketing, Sanders took the time to answer that, break down B2B SaaS marketing, and tell us how marketers can do it right. Anna Heim, reporter for the daily Extra Crunch, interviewed Robert Katai, a Romanian marketing expert, as part of our TechCrunch Experts series. If you think we should know a growth marketer, fill out our survey and tell us why!
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(Extra Crunch) Are B2B SaaS Marketers Wrong? : Konrad Sanders, a content strategist in addition to being the founder and CEO of The Creative Copywriter, wrote about SaaS marketing for Extra Crunch. He delved into what SaaS marketers are wrong, how to stand out in the crowded industry, and the importance of how to approach each section of your funnel. Sanders says, “By creating content for each stage of the funnel, you address your prospects’ concerns at the appropriate point in the buying journey and increase the chances that when they come to make a purchase, it will be with you. . “
Romanian marketing expert Robert Katai explains how to get the most out of your content: This week Anna introduced Robert Katai. Katai told him everything about the startup scene in Romania and his take on reorienting content. When talking about using content for carousels on Instagram and LinkedIn, he says, “The first slide should grab attention – that can be a question. The second slide can be a link to the interview so that even if people don’t click on it, it will be in their minds. Then you can have slides with ideas. Read the entire interview to find out what the third slide should be!
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