Amy Kenigsberg

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Amy Kenigsberg is co-founder & principal consultant of K2 Global Communications, with expertise in inbound marketing, public relations, social media, and content marketing.
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Sales-led Growth & Product-led Growth – What Works for You?

Posted by Amy Kenigsberg on Mar 5, 2024 6:45:00 AM

Who’s in charge? Sales or Product? That’s one of the key factors in shaping your organization’s sales and marketing infrastructure.

Sales-led growth has been the “way it’s always been done.” The sales and marketing teams identify, nurture, engage, and convert potential customers into clients. Product-led growth focuses on having the product “sell itself.”

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The Critical Role of Sales Enablement Content for Experienced Marketers

Posted by Amy Kenigsberg on Feb 13, 2024 4:09:00 PM

With the ever-increasing volume of generic marketing content thanks to AI tools, it’s critical that companies make greater efforts to stand out. That’s why sales enablement content is more important than ever.

By aligning content with the buyers’ journeys and providing the information they seek at every touchpoint, marketers elevate their brand's credibility, instill trust, and drive conversions.

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Topics: Content marketing, Content, Sales, Sales qualified leads (SQL), Sales enablement content

Sales-focused Communications Close Deals

Posted by Amy Kenigsberg on Jan 29, 2024 7:30:00 PM

Your sales teams can exceed expectations if you have the right materials at the right time for the right customer – we’re talking about bringing “What’s in it for me” to whole new levels.

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Topics: Content marketing, Content, Message, Sales, USP, Sales funnel, Sales enablement content, UVP

10 Keys to B2P Marketing Success

Posted by Amy Kenigsberg on Jan 23, 2024 2:06:00 PM

At the end of the day, businesses market to people, not to faceless decision-making committees or a bunch of same-demographic consumers. Whether you’re selling to CEOs or stay-at-home dads, your marketing should speak to individual customers - think “human” instead of “the client” or “the client company” - each with his or her own tastes, interests, expectations, preferences, life, and work situations.

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Topics: Content marketing, Content, Marketing, Brand, Customer communications, Audience, Messaging, Corporate communications, ABM, PESO

Managing Internal Communications in the Hybrid World

Posted by Amy Kenigsberg on Jan 18, 2024 1:11:51 PM

Companies now recognize the potential for increased productivity, employee satisfaction, and access to a broader talent pool that comes with a hybrid approach. Thus, employee communications in a hybrid work environment must support increased flexibility, while driving collaboration, innovation, and a shared company culture.

Effective communication is the linchpin that holds the workforce together. When physical proximity is no longer a given, internal communications must be used to bind the teams, align organizational goals, and sustain a cohesive company culture.

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Topics: Internal communications, Employee communications, Employee engagement, Remote workforce, Hybrid workforce

The Path to Sales Enablement Content & Personalization

Posted by Amy Kenigsberg on Jan 16, 2024 12:45:00 PM

 Generating leads is only half the battle. The other half is closing those deals.

With so many different vendors ups and solutions, your sales process must stand out. Providing clear, consistent, and concise sales-enablement content can help you close more deals.

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Topics: Content marketing, Personas, Sales, Sales enablement content

Managing Your Internal Comms Challenges

Posted by Amy Kenigsberg on Jan 16, 2024 9:43:00 AM

Effective internal communication is a challenge - and a necessity. Assumptions about informal channels can lead to information gaps. An unclear hierarchical structure may make it hard to establish clear lines of communication. Managing messaging to remote, hybrid, and onsite employees needs to be a priority. Addressing these issues allows information to flow freely.

Leadership sets the tone for organizational communication; leading by example - prioritizing transparent and open communications - is potent. Transparent communication builds trust among team members and strengthens the sense of shared responsibility. Leaders need to provide regular updates, provide insights about their decision-making processes, and be honest about challenges and successes.

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Topics: Internal communications, Employee communications, Employee engagement

Internal Communications Strategies for SMEs

Posted by Amy Kenigsberg on Jan 11, 2024 9:27:04 AM

The smaller the organization, the more each individual's contribution is amplified. Teams are more tightly knit. Understanding these dynamics is crucial.

Clear communication requires awareness about diverse linguistic nuances and cultural norms. Recognizing, respecting, and adjusting to individuals’ diverse backgrounds – birth nationality and language, years in the country, etc. is critical.

In addition, you must understand and tailor comms to individuals’ communications preferences. Some team members may prefer one-on-one interactions, while others may prefer more formal channels, such as weekly updates. Tailoring messages to accommodate these preferences ensures that information is received and understood.

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Topics: Internal communications, Employee communications, Employee engagement

Discovering the Results of your Internal Communications Efforts

Posted by Amy Kenigsberg on Jan 10, 2024 1:20:00 PM

Measurement is an integral part of the communications process. Before you begin, you need a baseline. How do employees feel about communications? What channels to they prefer? How can you tailor strategies and tactics to drive improvement? Define your key performance indicators (KPIs) as they relate to engagement and satisfaction.

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Topics: Internal communications, Employee communications, Employee engagement

Your Next Move in a Winning Cybersecurity Marketing Game - Refine Your Buyer Personas

Posted by Amy Kenigsberg on Jan 9, 2024 4:42:00 PM

Successfully marketing your cybersecurity solution is not a guessing game. Targeted marketing is like any other targeted activity – where you aim is where you’ll hit. Of course, that’s easier said than done. With hundreds of cyber solutions on the market, it’s difficult to find your security product’s unique niche so you can tailor-fit your message to the right buyers.

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Topics: Marketing, Persona, Audience

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