Is there a straightforward way to connect brand investment with revenue? Maggie Gross of Deloitte Digital thinks so. She joined the Marketing Smarts podcast to discuss how to calculate the true value of brand.
Executive-level strategist and best-selling author Chris Brogan lays a course for big B2B companies to get past planning and dig deeper to create an organizational (or even multi-organizational) marketing strategy.
MarketingProfs Trust Insights CEO Katie Robbert explains a simple, repeatable process for making organizational change as painless as possible.
Charles Gabriel, head of advertising US at WildBrain Spark, talks advertising-based video on demand (AVOD), creating brand-safe content for kids, key trends in connected TV and more.
Rajkumar Venkatesan, co-author of "The AI Marketing Canvas: A Five-Stage Road Map to Implementing Artificial Intelligence in Marketing," gives us a sneak peek at the road map and offers insight into how marketers can get started using AI.
Veteran marketing communications strategist Meg Kypena identifies the skills every marketer needs and shares tips for change management and career development on the Marketing Smarts podcast.
Keynote speaker, author, and storyteller Carla Johnson offers insights from her book "RE:Think Innovation: How the World's Most Prolific Innovators Come Up With Great Ideas That Deliver Extraordinary Outcomes."
Caroline Jerome of brand and marketing firm TBGA talks about the importance of data visualization--from the boardroom to the email inbox. She shows us why sharing data in visually pleasing and informative ways can have a huge impact on your audience.
MarketingProfs storytelling subject matter expert and commonsku Chief Content Officer Bobby Lehew shares insight into how storytelling can dramatically improve your B2B content marketing results.
Marketing veteran Mark Harari talks positioning and crisis communication, and he shares tips from his new book, Lobster on a Cheese Plate.
Customer insights master Debbie MacInnis and positioning expert Allen Weiss join us to talk about two strategic areas in which organizations are struggling.
Brand strategist Nick Westergaard, author of 'Get Scrappy' and 'Brand Now,' breaks down the process of building a standout brand.
Fresh off a MarketingProfs webinar, Bobby Lehew joins us to answer questions we didn't get to in the Q&A. We talk about where powerful stories come from, how to connect with your audience, and why it's OK to quit on bad books. And more.
Ursula Ringham, head of global influencer marketing for SAP, joins us to talk about influencer marketing, building communities, and going to college for 30 years.
AJ Wilcox joins the Marketing Smarts podcast to talk all things LinkedIn advertising. The do's and don'ts, the common errors marketers make, and ways you can get the most out of even a limited spend.
Jill Thomas, CMO of PGA TOUR Superstore, explains how she digitized the high-touch retail experience of buying golf equipment and achieved record-breaking sales and growth during a pandemic.
Getty Images Chief Marketing Officer Gene Foca joins Kerry O'Shea Gorgone on the Marketing Smarts podcast to talk about how stock photos and videos can boost the effectiveness of your branded content, and how preferences about content are changi
Keith Jennings joins us to share thoughts and insights on the profound and world-changing impact that a single person can have on an organization.
Loni Stark, vice-president of strategy and product at Adobe, opens up about managing an enterprise team remotely and bringing your whole self to work, as well as how creative pursuits outside of work can improve on-the-job performance and satisfactio
Afiya Addison, global program manager at the B2B Institute at LinkedIn, discusses why some brands adapt and excel while others struggle just to hold on.
Evolutionary psychology and digital marketing expert Tim Ash shares insights from his book 'Unleash Your Primal Brain: Demystifying How We Think and Why We Act.'
No two people are better-suited to help us move into a world of weird marketing--marketing based on ideas derived from divergent thinking--than Scottt Trobaugh and Cliff Lewis from Godfrey. Let's bring the weird to B2B marketing.
Author, speaker, and showrunner Jay Acunzo analyzes three clips from a Marketing Smarts podcast interview with Alan Alda and distills lessons from it that will help you to conduct better interviews and create more effective content.
Minter Dial shares advice on leadership from his latest book, You Lead: How Being Yourself Makes You a Better Leader.
Unlocking the nuances of the human brain in relation to marketing is a fascinating area of study. Nancy Harhut joins us to talk psychology, behavioral sciences, questionable experiments, and how these all relate to marketing.