We asked, they answered: copywriting for B2B social media

We asked Comment Ground's Kate Stoodley for a B2B social media expert's perspective on what makes good copy. (Part one of a twin blog series... we answered some questions for Comment Ground too.)

Podcast 71: how to write B2B social media content

Social media best practice changes annoyingly fast – so we asked expert Kate Stoodley for some guiding principles.

A crash course in B2B social media copywriting

In B2B, everyone and their dog is using social. Nick's whistle-stop tour of current best practice will help you bark the loudest.

New LinkedIn: 7 things B2B marketers need to know before sharing content

Some of your LinkedIn contacts will already be using the new-look LinkedIn – changing the way they see your content. Emily shares best practice and character limits to make sure your posts look right.

2014: The Year Social Content Dominated B2B Technology Marketing?

As a B2B tech copywriting agency, Radix has a great first-hand view of the types of content that marketers in the tech sector are producing. For this post, Emily and Fiona sift through every project the Radix team worked on in 2014 to uncover the year’s big trends.

Content Catalogue: How to write tweets that promote your content

If you want your content to engage and convert audiences, you need to get it out there. Twitter is a great promotional vehicle – but it requires some sharp copywriting skills, says Steve.

What can B2B marketers learn from their personal social media habits?

Twitter can be a difficult landscape for B2B marketers to navigate, but a lot can be learned from stopping and thinking about your own Twitter habits.

Radix Copycast Episode 18 – How to write for B2B on Twitter

What steps can copywriters take to write tweets, for B2B brands, that make click-through and sharing rates soar?

Radix writing experiment: pair copywriting

One of the great things about having six writers under one roof is that we can team up to spark new ideas and creative approaches. We’ve recently been experimenting with doing this in a formalised way, borrowing a technique from the software development industry. George explains all.

TL;DR: why Twitter’s 140-character limit is just fine as it is

With Twitter filing its IPO, should the social media platform increase the character limits on posts? Emily explores why they shouldn't.

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