Consuelo Reinberg

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With years of marketing, advertising and PR writing experience in New York and Israel, Consuelo provides an international perspective in communicating technologies. When not writing or blogging, she loves to travel, explore markets and art galleries, and experiment with interior design. Consuelo holds a bachelor’s degree in both English and fine arts.
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Industry Analysts: Five Important Ways They Influence Your Customers

Posted by Consuelo Reinberg on Aug 11, 2020 6:30:00 AM

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Why it’s time to create a winning analyst relations program

Open your marketing toolbox, and you’ll see a whole range of weaponry with which to conquer your market. From advertising and public relations to sales promotions and sponsorships, these tools are tried-and-proven elements of every selling effort.

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Topics: analyst, analyst relations, brand

Your ABM Needs and Our Marketing Communications Resources

Posted by Consuelo Reinberg on Aug 4, 2020 12:31:00 PM

Amy Kenigsberg, COO & Co-founder, talks about how K2 can up your ABM game

Statistics prove that account-based marketing, which targets and engages specific accounts with personalized campaigns, is a powerful and profitable strategy.

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Topics: marketing, inbound marketing, messaging, PR, Account-based marketing, sales, ABM

Keep Top Influencers on Your Side

Posted by Consuelo Reinberg on Jul 30, 2020 12:08:00 PM

Run Smooth-as-Silk Analyst Briefings

Analysts are undeniably one of today’s top enterprise influencer groups - providing value with their finger on the pulse on the market, understanding of customer needs and pain points, and ability to advise clients which vendor and solutions to consider.

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Topics: analyst, analyst relations, messaging

5 Ways the PESO Model Delivers Great Content Results

Posted by Consuelo Reinberg on Jul 21, 2020 10:45:00 AM

 

 

Build your brand - By effectively using an orchestrated outreach strategy across all channels, marketers will extend the reach and increase the overall effectiveness of their efforts, boosting both brand loyalty and revenue.

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Topics: journalist, press coverage, content marketing, content, marketing, metrics, social media, brand, audience, corporate communications, client relations, PESO, Earned media, Shared media, owned media

Press Releases and the KISS Principle

Posted by Consuelo Reinberg on Jul 9, 2020 5:51:00 PM

The past decade has seen a clear trend toward attenuated press releases. Gone are the days of public relations people writing long screeds, with endless quotes and reams of data. This is partially an outgrowth of the use of email and social media as the preferred forms of communication between the public relations community and the press (which, for our purposes, includes bloggers and analysts). The explosion of technologies and information, in general, has, in turn, led to journalists’ exploding email boxes.

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Topics: Public relations, journalist, DIY, press release, media coverage, media

Content Marketers: Why Hiring a Consultant Beats DIY Any Day

Posted by Consuelo Reinberg on Jun 30, 2020 10:00:00 AM

Let’s just cut to the chase: Never put DIY and content marketing in the same sentence.

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Topics: content marketing, content, DIY, social media, persona

How Account-based Marketing Relieves Five Marketing Headaches

Posted by Consuelo Reinberg on Jun 16, 2020 5:30:32 PM

Taking an account-based marketing (ABM) approach pinpoints your focus on a few high-opportunity, high-value accounts who are more likely to pay attention to your communications because they actually need your product and have the budget for it.

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Topics: marketing, inbound marketing, messaging, PR, Account-based marketing, sales, ABM

Is Your Story News - or Not?

Posted by Consuelo Reinberg on Jun 3, 2020 5:43:00 PM

Whether your story is truly newsworthy and worthy of press coverage isn’t just your call.

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Topics: journalist, news story, news value, timeliness, press coverage, local story

Staffing Trade Show Booths: It Sounds Easier Than It Is

Posted by Consuelo Reinberg on Nov 4, 2019 5:50:00 PM

 It’s not just a matter of sending your sales team.

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Topics: DIY, trade show, staffing, conferences

Trade Shows: How Freebies Create Buzz and Attract Crowds

Posted by Consuelo Reinberg on Oct 15, 2019 2:20:00 PM

Don’t underestimate the power of the free offer

Okay. Before you sniff at that premise and protest how downscale that sounds compared to other “more serious” strategies for increasing traffic to your trade show booth, hear me out.

Of course, you should do pre-show outreach to and make appointments with both regular contacts and registered show attendees. Of course, you can bond with clients and future customers by hosting events or speaking on a panel. Create a warm, inviting environment in your booth where visitors can find calm and relaxation amidst trade show chaos - manned by a well-trained staff who can expertly and unobtrusively engage visitors to find out if they’re potential customers. Needless to say, you can use eye-catching and benefit-oriented signage to attract qualified prospects.

But see, there’s just something about the word free that gets people to come in. As you know, when people see their colleagues congregating, they’re bound to wonder what the buzz is all about - and follow suit. So here are some ideas for free stuff - and not necessarily useless knickknacks either - that can create buzz and drive more traffic to your booth:

Free gift just for stopping by - This could give show visitors a solid reason for showing up, absent a new product or new product feature from your company. The right gift can promote your product, engage prospects, and create better recall. It could be a price discount, a free book, or other special gift that will attract someone in your target audience. Forget random items. Attract people to your booth via giveaways that will deliver quality leads.

Free sample - What better selling tool than to give customers a taste of your product or service? Moreover, people love to hang around booths with free samples. Selling a technology or service? Give booth visitors one month’s free use of the tool in exchange for customer information. Selling a consumer product? Sample-size freebies are always a hit. In the hospitality business? A 10-minute neck massage right there and then! You get the picture…

Free workspace - For those with big exhibit spaces only. Trade show guests will always need (very) short-term office spaces to catch up with work or phone calls or to simply take a break. Offer them desk space, some comfy chairs, and plugs and they’ll really appreciate it.

Free WiFi - Visitors will flock to your booth if they know they can get wireless access. Not all trade show venues offer free WiFi; providing prospects with the password in exchange for their contact info is a win-win bargain. Bonus points to exhibitors who can tie up this freebie to their product or service.

Free charging station - An entire day spent at a trade show means that attendees will likely need to charge their phones. Provide walking around-chargers or extra AC outlets in your booth and a place to put the devices on as they recharge - and you’ll be drawing visitors like flies. You’ll also earn their thanks and, who knows, you may even get inquiries about your product or service.

Free food - Who can turn down free coffee, juice, donuts, or cookies? It’s a great way to stave off hunger between booth visits when lunch or dinner is hours away. Moreover, recipients of these free goodies would likely politely listen to a short product pitch in exchange and maybe even ask a question or two. The important thing is, you got them into your booth and gave them a chance to look around and survey your offerings. Don't put the food on the front tables so they can furtively "grab and run." Put the food in the middle of the booth so they are serious about walking in.

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Topics: DIY, trade show, conferences, giveaways