Sep 21 Posted 4 years ago
Because mostly B2B deals are big deals, they need longer time and deeper relationship to close deal. If our products don't need to build deep relationship (e.g clothes), then Facebook is the right platform (unless it is a bulk order).
If our products are airplanes, we need to build deep relationship on Linkedin in order to build trust.
Relationship is always the core things for social networking sites. When we evaluate which social networking sites to use for our products, we evaluate from relationship perspective. :)
Sep 20 Posted 4 years ago
Thanks for posting nice & amazing information Rosalind.,
It's really pretty cool & interesting. I am doing all the things from last one year, since I am not getting good organic traffic to my portal. Would you explain how to get good organice traffic to a website (staffing & Recruitment portal).
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