A creative social media campaign with compelling copy and motion design drives 5.8% engagement rate and 22,000+ impressions
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Software as a Service marketing strategies are essential for cloud-based technology providers. With the right Software as a Service marketing approach, SaaS firms can confidently roll out new products, prepare realistic forecasts and execute targeted growth or expansion initiatives.
But unfortunately, many technology companies fall short in executing successful Software as a Service marketing campaigns. Why? In many cases, it’s because they don’t understand the nuances of marketing cloud solutions to a diverse and/or segmented customer base.
SaaS technology represents a subset of the larger technology marketplace. In recent years, cloud technology sector has become glutted with providers, making it more difficult for Software as a Service marketing professionals to make headway in the marketplace.
Far too often, brands continue to rely on outdated PR strategies or tactics that have overstayed their welcome in the Software as a Service marketing landscape. For example, when it comes to SaaS PR, savvy PR pros know that simply restating the benefits of cloud technology doesn’t cut it anymore. Instead, SaaS PR needs to focus on differentiating the solution and connecting it to larger trends in the technology marketplace.
At Walker Sands, we have been a leader on the frontlines of Software as a Service marketing and we understand that every SaaS marketing strategy is unique. But our years of experience in the cloud technology sector has also taught us that the Software as a Service marketing landscape is constantly evolving and even the most skilled marketers need to adapt their approach to consistently achieve marketing success.
There is a variety of tactics and strategies that can be used effectively in Software as a Service marketing campaigns. But in general, there are a handful of concepts that need to be considered in all Software as a Service marketing campaigns.
The sheer volume of SaaS providers in today’s marketplace can be overwhelming. But to succeed in Software as a Service marketing, you need to maintain a constant awareness of the competition and differentiate your products accordingly.