It's easy to share about brands you love. The question is why aren't you sharing about your own company? I have never heard someone say it's because they hate their company. When I talk with B2B sales reps about social selling and how they are using social media today, I basically get two different answers: "I'm afraid to share something wrong or something that will make me look stupid." or "I want to share, but I don't have any content." Both of these issues are very real and a major hurdle for B2B sales reps today. I think Radi8 has come up with a really cool solution for both of these issues. If you're interested in being part of our next Radi8 Cohort, let me know . We will be kicking off our next pilot program at the end of April.
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