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Barbara Pfeiffer

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The Marketing Juggler

By Barbara Pfeiffer

This article was first published in the Fall 2016 issue of The Partner Channel Magazine. Check out other articles like this at thepartnerchannel.com/magazine/partner-channel-magazine-online

How to take on a new product without dropping a single pin

You’re in charge of marketing. You have limited resources. You’re wearing many hats, from social media guru to writer to demand generation expert. You have to create compelling content and campaigns for more than one product, or more than one target market. You’re a juggler “par excellence”, and you’ve just been tossed some new pins to juggle. Sound familiar?

When your company takes on a new product, like Microsoft Dynamics 365 for example, you have to put time, energy, budget, and resources into marketing it – whether you were part of the decision or not.

If you’re like most of us, your first reaction is to just throw your new product into the mix and move forward. Don’t do it! A new product or solution (whether it’s new to just you or to the marketplace in general) needs a new approach, groundwork, AND special tactics.

WHERE SHOULD YOU START?

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What the #Hashtag Am I Supposed to Do?!

By Barbara Pfeiffer

by Barbara Pfeiffer, The Partner Marketing Group

A whole magazine with a hashtag theme? What else could you need? Well, if you’re not really active in social media, probably a little more information about what they are and why they are so important.

If your experience with hashtags is #Sharknado or the Jimmy Fallon/Justin Timberlake video (look up “Jimmy Fallon hashtag” on YouTube; really – do it – it’s pretty funny), then you probably are wondering why you should care.

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