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23 B2B SaaS Marketing Strategies To Grow Your Brand (+ Examples)

B2B SaaS Marketing Strategies

B2B SaaS marketing is more challenging today than at any time in the past.

Why? Because the market is oversaturated with solutions and the competition is fierce…and constantly getting fiercer.

As of 2022, there were approximately 17,000 Software-as-a-Service companies in the U.S. alone. Early-stage SaaS companies received around $86 billion while breakout stage SaaS companies received a whopping $193 billion in VC investment in 2022. The level of competition is expected to only intensify in the years to come.

To be successful at B2B SaaS marketing requires a well-defined strategy, along with creativity, ingenuity, boldness, data-centricity, and a willingness to experiment.

Without the right marketing strategies in place, your brand will likely stagnate. And you’ll likely find yourself losing ground to the competition.

However, with the right SaaS marketing strategies, you’ll attract more traffic, generate more leads, and take your brand to new heights.

In this guide we’ll walk you through 23 SaaS marketing strategies you can use to drive B2B business growth. We’ll also showcase B2B SaaS brands that are marketing effectively and capturing greater market share, revealing potential marketing tactics and opportunities for your own company.

Let’s dive in.

23 B2B SaaS Marketing Strategies

1. Audience Research and Pain Points

Always start with your audience. Dive deep to understand their goals and pain points as clearly as possible. Learn what keeps them up at night and what motivates them to action.

By speaking directly to their challenges, frustrations, and fears, you’ll resonate more deeply. By aligning with their goals and objectives, you’ll get them fired up to take action.

Understand your audience and all of your SaaS marketing will be more effective. Get this wrong, and you’ll waste a lot of time, money, and resources.

There are many ways to uncover Voice of the Customer (VoC). A few examples include:

  • Customer interviews
  • Surveys and polls
  • Market research
  • SEO keywords
  • The questions being asked online
  • Popular online content
  • Social listening
  • Community engagement
  • Sales call recordings such as via Gong or Chorus
  • Audience research tools such as SparkToro

2. Creativity

Your technology may be an advantage today, but competitors and new market entrants can quickly leapfrog and blindside you.

If you’re looking for a major marketing advantage, look to your creativity instead. As Stratabeat CEO Tom Shapiro writes in his book Rethink Lead Generation, creativity is the only aspect of your business that cannot be commoditized. In every example of growth included in the book, the company was innovative in its approach.

How much time does your marketing team spend on brainstorming, creativity, and innovation? Too often, SaaS marketers are so focused on metrics that they forget the importance of originality, ingenuity, and boldness. Go all in on your creativity to strengthen your marketing across the board.

3. SEO

Few strategies are more effective long-term for B2B SaaS businesses than search engine optimization (SEO). Increasing your website’s visibility through B2B SEO means you can draw in more loyal customers without needing to pay for ads, lowering your Customer Acquisition Cost (CAC). On top of this, Forrester has found that SEO produces more loyal site visitors, helping you to increase your Customer Lifetime Value (LTV).

What’s unique about SEO is that when done right, your results compound over time. Advertising doesn’t do this. Nor does email marketing, nor social media. SEO is the only marketing vehicle that can achieve this type of accrued success.

It’s important to note that an SEO strategy is a long-term play. To build a strong SEO program, always be thinking about building SEO into the DNA of the website, your content, and any relevant marketing campaigns. Retrofiting after-the-fact is always painful and rarely effective.

In addition, be sure to optimize your website with a strong technical foundation. Produce outstanding content on a consistent basis, as well. If you want to rank in the SERPs, invest the time and resources necessary to create great content that aligns with search intent while standing out from the crowd. Create the type of content that attracts mentions and backlinks naturally from third-parties.

4. Content Marketing

Content marketing includes creating SEO optimized content, but goes well beyond that. It includes any type of content you create that serves to market your SaaS business.

This can include blogs, white papers, case studies, video content, podcasts, webinars, presentations, product comparisons, data visualizations, and other content that helps educate potential customers and offers value. The goal is to establish your brand as a trusted source of information in the industry.

An effective SaaS content marketing strategy also helps you grow brand awareness, nurture leads, and build relationships with potential customers throughout their buying cycle. Create content that speaks to leads at each stage of the sales funnel and helps move them into the next stage.

Through a variety of content, you can address pain points, overcome objections, share compelling stories, explain features and benefits, and highlight success stories that help to convert qualified leads into customers.

Content marketing also helps you remain top-of-mind with prospects and existing clients. By consistently producing high-quality content that speaks to their needs, you can consistently attract new customers while retaining your current accounts.

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5. Product Trials

A staple of SaaS marketing, product trials allow potential customers to test out your product for a time before deciding whether they want to purchase from you. Because SaaS products are intangible, free trials go a long way in helping prospects get a better feel for your product and make a more informed decision.

This is why 78% of SaaS companies offer potential customers free plans or trial periods.

Product trials allow customers to interact and experience the full range of features your product offers before making a purchasing decision. They also offer you the opportunity to wow potential customers with the value you provide, helping them decide to become paying customers.

Product trials also help establish trust with potential customers. If they’re able to try your product and see the value it provides, they’ll be more likely to trust your brand.

graphic showing a product tour

6. Activation

Acquiring leads is critical to a SaaS business, but just as important is user activation. To that point, a 25% increase in user activation delivers a 34% increase in MRR over the course of a year.

If you think your job is done at the free trial stage, you’re leaving a great deal of money on the table. Your audience doesn’t check out your product because they want to check out your product. They instead are looking for outcomes that save them money or help them to drive growth. They want to know how your software is going to help them achieve greater business success.

Taking your users from a free trial to a paid subscription is mission critical. To identify your user activation point, define the user activation events that align with the jobs to be done (JTBD). To boost activation rates, create personalized in-app onboarding experiences and proactively engage your new users. The bottom line is that you should put just as much effort into activation as acquisition.

7. Referral Marketing

Referral marketing is an effective B2B SaaS marketing strategy for driving growth, acquiring new users with incentives, and reducing customer acquisition costs.

It’s also a way to reward existing users. By incentivizing users to refer friends and colleagues to your business, you can quickly and more efficiently expand your user base and reach new prospects.

For example, you could offer access to more features or more robust professional services for each referral someone sends your way. Or you could offer a free month for each referral, etc. The key to success with referral marketing is ensuring that the reward you offer for referrals is sufficiently valuable.

Referral marketing also helps you to build trust with your prospects, as they enter into your sales conversations with a certain level of trust from the start. After all, people are more likely to trust a recommendation from a friend than any advertising campaign. This accelerates the sales cycle, increases win rates, and makes retention easier.

Looking at it even more holistically, referral marketing is a way to turn satisfied customers into brand advocates. Advocates not only refer your product but often also provide positive testimonials, participate in case studies, and contribute to other marketing efforts, further strengthening your brand’s reputation.

8. Paid Media (PPC and Display Advertising)

Paid media such as Google ads can be a useful part of your SaaS marketing mix. PPC (pay-per-click) advertising is an effective SaaS digital marketing strategy for quickly driving targeted traffic to your website. This strategy is particularly beneficial when you are introducing something new (e.g., new product launch, new campaign, etc.) that you want to make your audience aware of.

One advantage of PPC advertising is that you can target highly specific audiences, ensuring that you get your message in front of the right people at the right time.

Complementary to PPC campaigns is display advertising. This type of advertising can help you to expand reach at the top of the marketing funnel, often through a DSP. Or, you can cut an ad deal with the specific websites that your audience visits.

The downside to advertising is that the traffic and leads stop when you stop paying for it. In light of this, it makes the most sense to implement long-term strategies like SEO and content marketing alongside any advertising campaigns. In this way, you can reduce your reliance on paid media, and in turn, slash your advertising costs, over time.

9. Free Tools

Although developing free tools requires time and resources, it can be an invaluable SaaS marketing strategy. By providing a free tool that is helpful to your target audience, you can establish yourself as an authority in the field and build trust with potential customers. You demonstrate the type of value your brand offers.

After all, if you offer significant value for free, how much more value do your paid features bring?

Free tools can also give your SEO efforts a significant boost. They tend to attract significant numbers of backlinks, which signals to Google that your site is valuable and should be ranked higher in the search results. Backlinks also suggest to Google that your brand is trustworthy, which can also translate into higher search rankings.

Offering free tools also helps with your lead-generation efforts. By requiring contact information to use the tools, you build a list of poential prospects for your products.

10. Case Studies

Case studies are a highly effective Bottom of the Funnel (BOFU) B2B SaaS marketing strategy. They provide concrete evidence of the value your products offer.

They prove that you help your customers overcome their problems and reach their goals. They are a valuable form of social proof that reduce customer objections and give you an edge over the competition.

Just how impactful are case studies? Fifty-two percent (52%) of B2B buyers surveyed said that case studies are “very important” when evaluating different vendors.

speech bubble with quick tip for case studies

Wherever possible, include relevant data, statistics, and quantifiable results to back up your claims for added pursuasiveness.

11. Demos

Demos are another invaluable B2B SaaS marketing strategy, particularly for BOFU prospects. At some point, prospects need to see your product in action. They need to see all that it can do and specific ways it can solve their problems.

And, unlike free trials, which require the user to figure out how to use your product, demos allow you to show your product in the best possible light with full control.

Demos are a powerful sales tool, as they allow prospects to visualize how your product would fit into their workflow and create value. They also enable you to answer any immediate objections the prospect may have. This is especially important for internal buy in. Prospects can share your demo with their team to convey the product’s value without having to get on another call.

Natalie Marcotullio, Head of Growth and Operations at Navattic, stated “My top tip for a successful demo is to keep them as short as possible (about 30 seconds to a minute) and value-focused instead of a step-by-step walkthrough. They can be highly customized bite-sized walkthroughs of specific features or use cases that your prospects expressed interest in. Demos can also help enable champions to share your product internally, without needing to jump on a new live demo every time a new stakeholder is brought in.”

[Demos] can be highly customized bite-sized walkthroughs of specific features or use cases that your prospects expressed interest in.

Natalie Marcotullio, Head of Growth and Operations at Navattic

Demos also increase your conversion rates. According to Navattic, only about 2% of website visitors schedule a demo and roughly 4%-6% enter into a free trial. Navattic’s customer data has shown that about 25%-40% of website visitors will engage with an interactive demo, with the majority of those achieving a 40%-100% completion rate.

When planning a demo, keep it focused and concise. Highlight your most valuable features and make sure the prospect understands how your product solves their specific problems.

Along with live demos, consider adding interactive demos on your website. With demo software such as Navattic, Walnut, and Storylane, enable them to get their hands on your software faster and easier. Get them excited even before they talk with your sales team, accelerating the sales process.

This is especially important for target audiences that have a hard time trusting a new brand. Security professionals are particularly weary of new software. It’s your job (and the demos) to make your value and trustworthiness clear.

Charles Gold, CMO at ThreatConnect, states, “You won’t find an audience more skeptical than the security practitioner or security leader who came up as a practitioner. They want minimal hype and maximum information when they visit your website. Give them detailed videos that show, don’t tell, your value. Use interactive product tours, like Navatic, to let them see your product and imagine how they’d use it. Security professionals buy, they’re not sold. It’s our job as marketers to help them buy.”

Give them detailed videos that show, don’t tell, your value.

Charles Gold, CMO at ThreatConnect

12. SaaS Review Sites

SaaS review sites help you to get in front of your target market and establish your credibility. They enable prospects to see what other customers have said about your product, and help you to monitor customer feedback.

Positive reviews and ratings on reputable review websites enhance trust in your products. Potential customers are more likely to trust the opinions of their peers, and positive reviews act as social proof of your product’s effectiveness.

Individuals browsing these review platforms are often in the consideration or decision-making stage of their SaaS purchasing journey. Your active involvement in these sites therefore helps you to attract qualified leads.

Some of the most popular SaaS review sites include G2, Capterra, GetApp, Software Advice, and TrustRadius. You should create profiles for each one and frequently monitor them to ensure that all information is up to date.

If possible, respond to reviews, including the negative ones. This shows potential customers that you care about your customers and want to do everything possible to provide them with an outstanding experience.

If you acquire a large number of positive reviews, show that off in your website, as social proof is a powerful conversion enhancer.

13. Social Media

Social media marketing should be an integral part of your B2B SaaS marketing strategy. Given the billions of users, you can be sure your audience is using it.

Post regularly on the social media platforms your target audience uses. Don’t spread yourself too thin by trying to be on every platform. Rather, prioritize and focus on your audience’s top one, two, or three platforms.

Value really is the key to success with social media. Don’t post just for the sake of posting. Give them tips, strategies, insights, and useful information that keeps them coming back again and again. Engage with your audience and answer their questions. Provide them with unique perspectives.

Don’t focus primarily on promoting your product on LinkedIn or Facebook. Yes, you can do that from time to time when appropriate, but your main focus should be on consistently delivering value.

Also, be sure to create an employee advocacy team. Feed the team with creative assets and empower them to effectively promote your brand on social media. Social posts from individuals tend to generate far more reach and engagement than corporate accounts. With this in mind, if you have 50 or 100 employees in your advocacy program, you’re improving your social media impact significantly.

14. Marketing Automation and Email Marketing

Though it’s been around for 30+ years, email marketing is still a powerful marketing strategy. It allows you to connect with a large audience in a 1-to-1 manner and capture people’s attention in a way that’s not possible with social media. As Litmus notes, for every dollar spent on email marketing, businesses average an ROI of $36.

Email marketing is great for nurturing leads and informing people about new products, features, and offers. It also allows you to onboard new customers effectively, which helps you to reduce your churn rate. Email marketing tools like ActiveCampaign and Mailchimp allow you to set up automations that will send out emails automatically based on predefined rules.

Segmentation is especially important when it comes to email marketing. Segmenting your email subscribers allows you to target audiences with specific, custom messages, helping you to increase conversions.

Email marketing is also great for boosting customer loyalty. Regularly send emails to your database to ensure that you stay top of mind. Highlight new features, offer special discounts, educate them with useful how-to information, share unique perspectives on topics of interest, invite them to webinars and events, etc. If you are regularly producing high-value content, be sure to email it to your audience for ongoing engagement.

15. Account Based Marketing (ABM)

Account-based marketing (ABM) is a targeted approach to marketing, where you focus on the perfect buyer persona – your ideal customer profile (ICP). The goal of ABM is to create personalized campaigns that resonate specifically with each target account. This can be done by sending out personalized emails, hosting webinars and private events, or creating content specifically for the target account.

ABM is an effective way to create and nurture relationships with key decision-makers and build trust with your potential customers. It’s also much more cost-effective than traditional marketing methods. ABM allows you to reach your most valuable prospects consistently in a targeted way, making it a powerful marketing strategy for B2B SaaS companies.

According to ITSMA, “Account-Based Marketing delivers the highest return on investment of any strategic B2B marketing approach. Period.”

16. Webinars

Webinars are an excellent way to engage with your audience in real-time. Use webinars to captivate them on topics of interest. Help them to achieve more. Guide them to gaining a competitive edge. Help them to see the future. Showcase your thought leadership.

Webinars are also an effective lead generation tool. Use webinars to educate your audience about your products and showcase how they solve their problems. Webinars offer an interactive way to demonstrate your product’s features, functionality, and benefits. This live demonstration can be more engaging and persuasive than static content, helping potential customers better understand the value of your solutions.

Record and repurpose your webinars into various content formats. This includes creating blog posts, video excerpts, social media content, and more. Repurposing webinars allows you to extend the lifespan of your webinar and reach a wider audience.

In addition, turn your webinars into sales-enablement tools by creating a library of on-demand webinars that can be deployed by sales at strategic times in their conversations with prospects.

Leverage the power of webinars to engage new prospects, nurture leads, and increase conversions.

17. User Generated Content (UGC)

User Generated Content (UGC) is content that is produced by those using your product. For example, a user might publish a YouTube video walking people through your software. Or they may write a blog post in which they review your product. UGC is valuable, word-of-mouth content that can engender deeper trust in your brand and product.

Encourage customers to share their experiences with your product. Share UGC on your social media profiles, your website, and other places where potential customers will see it. It serves as a valuable form of social proof that helps to boost your conversions.

18. Special Offers

list of special offers for marketing

Special offers help you to attract new customers by creating a sense of urgency or providing additional value. They also move potential customers through the sales funnel more quickly.

Use special offers strategically to encourage existing customers to upgrade to higher-tier plans or purchase additional products in your suite, facilitating upsells and cross-sales.

If you’re looking to enter new markets, special promotions are a useful tool to incent businesses to invest in your products even though you are a new entrant in their vertical, geographical region, or product space.

19. Website Visitor Tracking & Outreach

Using an application such as ZoomInfo, Lead Forensics, or Dealfront, you should be identifying the visitors to your website every day.

That’s right – every single day.

Configure the application to identify those site visitors demonstrating buyer intent, and then conduct outreach with customized messaging based on each prospect’s visit. By following up with qualified visitors within 24 hours, you’ll connect with more prospective leads and increase the likelihood of an engaged conversation. This is low-hanging fruit and should be a part of every B2B SaaS marketing team’s arsenal.

20. Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO)

Conversion Rate Optimization (CRO) helps you to get more ROI out of your existing traffic. It involves identifying areas in your website where potential customers are abandoning the process and then making changes that increase the number of people who engage and take action. This may include signing up for a free trial, requesting a demo, booking a time to talk with sales, or making a purchase.

A/B testing is an essential part of CRO. It allows you to test different landing pages or small variations on a page against each other and determine which one results in the most conversions.

CRO is especially valuable if you are operating on a limited budget. It allows you to generate more conversions and sales without spending money on acquiring new traffic, lowering your acquisition costs and increasing your marketing ROI.

21. Behavioral Analysis

Behavioral analysis allows you to uncover the digital “body language” of users, identifying behavioral patterns that might otherwise be missed. This data can be used to better understand customer needs and preferences, enabling you to optimize your website for a better user experience and higher conversion rates.

list of behavioral analysis factors

Use this data to then help you design better site experiences, reduce friction points, and make it easier for site visitors to convert into actual customers. Behavioral analytics software options include Mouseflow, FullStory, and Contentsquare.

22. Retargeting

Retargeting allows you to engage with individuals who have already interacted with your brand in some way. They may have clicked a PPC ad, watched a video you posted on social media, visited your website, or signed up for your email list. These are people who have already shown that they’re interested in what you have to offer.

Running retargeting ads allows you to keep these individuals engaged and remind them of your product. You can segment them according to where they are in the customer journey and offer them different ways to engage with your brand.

For example, say a person engaged with a top-of-the-funnel blog post you wrote. Using retargeting, you can put more TOFU and MOFU content in front of them, nurturing them further along in the customer journey. Or, if a visitor showed interest in a particular feature, display ads highlighting its benefits and encouraging them to explore related features further. Remind users who visited your trial or demo request pages but didn’t sign up to take your product for a test run. Showcase key features, benefits, and customer results to reinforce your value proposition.

23. Community-Building

Another effective B2B marketing strategy is to build a community around the brand. This may include an online area for members or influencers to interact and engage with one another. It may also include online resources, courses, and a user forum. Some communities even engage in live events.

A community provides a platform for users to seek and offer support. Users ask questions, share solutions, and learn from each other. Beyond being helpful to product users, this also reduces the burden on the company’s support team.

Communities also serve as a valuable channel for collecting user feedback. Understanding user needs, concerns, and feature requests can guide product development.

Engaged community members are more likely to become loyal customers. A sense of belonging helps to foster brand affinity and advocacy.

Why Defining the Right Marketing Strategies is Critical for SaaS Business Success

Defining the right SaaS marketing strategies enables you to achieve more. More traffic, more conversions, more leads, more pipeline, and more brand love.

The right B2B SaaS marketing strategies translate into B2B growth strategies. They act as a North Star for your SaaS marketing plans and campaigns, galvanizing your efforts so that the different facets of your marketing are reinforcing one another. Without well-defined strategies in place, your marketing efforts may be scattered, random, and less effective.

The right strategies help your marketing team to:

  • Expand reach
  • Drive website traffic
  • Engage your audience
  • Differentiate the brand
  • Deliver a positive site experience
  • Increase conversion rates
  • Drive greater leads and pipeline
  • Build brand affinity
  • And ultimately empower your sales team to close more deals

Another benefit of having well-defined SaaS marketing strategies in place is that they allow you to provide a cohesive experience for your audience across multiple marketing channels.

You can ensure that no matter where a prospect is in the customer journey, they have a good experience with your brand. This helps to build trust.

Finally, SaaS marketing strategies are essential for building a strong brand. Brands like Freshworks, HubSpot, Dropbox, Drift, WebFlow, and Appfolio and have built juggernaut brands thanks to their marketing efforts.

This didn’t happen by accident. It was the result of using powerful, proven marketing strategies.

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How Is B2B SaaS Marketing Unique?

There are several aspects of B2B SaaS marketing that differentiate it from many other types of marketing.

Intangible Product

SaaS marketing involves selling a product that cannot be held or touched. It’s not immediately apparent how the product will help users, so SaaS marketers must be particularly skilled at describing their product and connecting it to real-life use cases.

Effective SaaS marketing strategies must be simple enough for the average user to understand, yet complex enough to explain the benefits of the product.

Long Sales Cycle Involving Multiple Team Members

While not always the case, many B2B SaaS products have a longer sales cycle. Multiple sign-offs and approvals are needed before the product can be purchased. On average, SaaS customers reportedly have 25 touchpoints during the customer journey.

This means that SaaS marketers must be creative and persistent, with a holistic approach to marketing that extends throughout the entire customer journey.

They need to approach prospects from different angles to ensure that customers understand the value of their product. Given that B2B purchases often involve a committee of decision makers, multiple messages may need to be utilized so that each executive and employee involved in the process understands the value of the product from their own lens (e.g., economic vs. technical buyer criteria).


Businesses are looking for solutions that can grow with them. Scalability is a crucial factor in B2B SaaS decision-making, as organizations want products that can accommodate their evolving needs, whether that involves increasing the number of users, managing larger datasets, or expanding to new markets.

Customer Churn

Customer churn is one of the biggest challenges for those in the SaaS industry and must be addressed by marketers. As notes, only 1 in 26 customers will complain about a product or service. Many more will simply churn.

It’s not enough to attract and convert new customers. Keeping customers engaged and loyal is just as important.

As Totango notes in their report “The Missing SaaS Metric: Customer Retention Cost”:

The key to running a successful subscription or recurring revenue business is the shift in mindset from acquiring new customers to retaining, nurturing, and growing existing customers — and keeping them with you as long as possible.

Retaining customers and avoiding churn requires creating a superior experience at each point of the customer journey, from initial awareness all the way to repeat purchases. SaaS marketers should have a full-funnel perspective when creating their campaigns, and ensure that every customer interaction is rewarding and memorable.

Heavy Competition

As mentioned above, there were 17,000 SaaS companies in the United States alone in 2022. To say that there is a lot of competition for SaaS brands is an understatement. To capture the attention of potential customers requires both creativity and hard work.

SaaS marketers must be nimble and constantly evaluate what their competitors are doing. Is your pricing structure appropriate? Are you focused on developing the right features? Is your differentiation clear? Is your messaging compelling? All these questions must be answered if SaaS marketers are to have success in their campaigns.

Integration with Existing Technologies

B2B SaaS products must seamlessly integrate with a company’s existing software, systems, and infrastructure. Decision-makers evaluate how well a solution can connect with other technologies and whether it supports common integration standards. This integration capability can significantly impact the adoption of the product within the organization. SaaS marketers should address this issue head-on, or potentially face a showstopper situation later in the process.

Examples of B2B SaaS Marketing Strategies

Now let’s look at some specific examples of SaaS marketing strategies in action.


Original research is an effective way to cut through all the noise, gain media attention, and reach your audience. It’s also a means to drive backlink growth.

Freshworks, a customer experience, customer service, IT service management, and sales SaaS, does an effective job of publishing original research on a consistent basis, enabling the brand to differentiate itself from competitors. Original research also helps Freshworks to build trust with the audience and to strengthen the brand’s thought leadership.

If you’re seeking to establish yourself as a thought leader in your industry, cut through the noise, and provide exceptional value to your audience, consider doing your own original research.

Freshworks Playbook

Metadata is a platform designed to eliminate manual and repetitive work in B2B marketing, allowing marketers to focus more on strategy, creativity, and driving revenue. They have gone “all in” on producing high-quality, deep-value resources for their community. These resources include:

  • Blog
  • Case studies
  • Original research
  • Playbooks
  • Slack community
  • Podcast
  • And more…

Metadata Resources


HubSpot uses a variety of SaaS marketing strategies to drive awareness, attract new customers, and retain existing ones.

Beyond a strong content marketing program, they excel in the development of free tools that double as lead generators. The Website Grader evaluates your website, for example, while Make My Persona is a step-by-step audience persona builder, and the Email Signature Template Generator guides you through the process of crafting a customized email sig.

HubSpot Website Grader


Zapier has relied heavily on their blog to drive massive amounts of organic traffic. Their posts help users learn how to use Zapier more effectively as well as how to increase productivity in general.

According to Semrush, the Zapier blog drives a whopping 3.5 million organic search visits per month and has attracted almost 460,000 backlinks. This massive amount of traffic has propelled much of Zapier’s growth, helping them attract new SaaS customers and retain existing accounts.

Zapier Blog Stats

What makes Zapier’s blog so good? Several things.

First, it’s incredibly practical. Many of their posts show users how to complete a specific task, step by step. For example, one of their posts explains how to use VLOOKUP in Excel.

Additionally, Zapier clearly knows its audience beyond product usage. They know that their users want to be more productive in their lives overall. With this in mind, Zapier constantly shares productivity tips, strategies, and hacks in the blog.


Dropbox is a prime example of a brand that leveraged referral marketing to propel massive growth. They offer both a freemium and a professional version, and since almost the beginning have given additional free storage space for each referral a person sends their way.

Dropbox website

Through their referral program, Dropbox has added millions of customers and achieved growth that they likely wouldn’t have been able to otherwise.


With more than 200,000 customers, Webflow provides software as a service for visual website building and hosting. One aspect of the company’s marketing that really stands out is its community.

The community is a way for Webflow users to meet, interact, and learn from one another. With more than 85,000 community members around the world, there are events in many countries where “Global Leaders” bring members together for workshops, meetups, and other gatherings. Webflow also offers a university, certifications, and forum for its community.

Webflow Community

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