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Marketing Trends is your #1 podcast for news that matters about marketing and marketing technology. Twice a week you’ll get interviews with trailblazing marketers, including CMOs, CEOs, VPs, and industry leaders. You’ll hear war stories from marketers who helped build the Fortune 500. Our guests share how they lead high-performance marketing teams, with best practices and lessons that you won’t learn anywhere else.
 
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Amazon is becoming an ever-larger part of the distribution and marketing strategies for more and more brands. So how can brands optimize their presence on this e-commerce giant? To find out, we talked to Kiri Masters, founder of Bobsled Marketing, a digital agency committed to helping brands of all sizes grow and protect their Amazon marketplac ...…
 
Many advertising agencies believe that sexy is what sells in today's marketplace, but Travis Chambers, Chief Media Hacker and Founder of Chamber.Media, takes a different approach. He believes that understanding and relating to the audience is what makes a good advertising campaign: "We all want to be working on the cool, sexy thing." Travis say ...…
 
This episode of Marketing Trends features a CMO roundtable with Meagen Eisenberg, Harsh Jawharkar, and Thomas Butta of TripActions, Atlassian, and SignalFx, respectively. They discuss how to succeed as a new CMO, the future of SaaS marketing, how to work with a board of advisors, and much more. Links: Full Links, Quotes, & Notes: http://bit.ly/ ...…
 
Rebranding is never easy, even under the best circumstances. And Nick Ragone was not facing easy circumstances. When he took over as the CMO of Ascension, he was tasked with taking dozens of individual healthcare providers and bringing them all under a single brand to form the largest non-profit health system in the United States. On this episo ...…
 
Ryan Carlson is Chief Marketing Officer at Okta. As the head of Okta's Marketing team, he oversees Product Marketing, Corporate Marketing, Demand Generation, Sales Development and Pipeline Strategy and Operations. Amidst all those demands, what does he make his primary focus? Getting the world to know, love, and share the Okta story. On this ep ...…
 
Square might have started as a simple point of sale app for business owners, but in recent years it has grown to be so much more. With an incredible range of products that offer business solutions of all kinds, Square has been infiltrating new markets every day. There are many reasons Square has been so successful, and one of them is excellent ...…
 
When Rebecca Corlis first started building her marketing team at Owl Labs, she realized that the first type of employees she needed were generalists. The marketing needs of her company changed so much from day to day that he needed people who could learn quickly and answer the call no matter what was thrown their way. Rebecca is also a generali ...…
 
When Daniel Englebretson took a role with Phononic, he did so specifically with a mind toward “getting a master’s degree in ABM.” Now, two years later, he has used his time to learn how to use ABM to drive exponential growth. On this episode of Marketing Trends, Daniel shares why ABM is so effective, his best practices for getting the most out ...…
 
In today’s noisy digital environment, breaking through and being heard is more difficult than ever. Many marketers ratchet up the number of exposures or the shock value of their messaging in an effort to cut through the noise. But according to David Yovanno, CEO & Director of Impact, there is a much easier and more effective way: partnership ma ...…
 
A lot of ink has been spilled about the idea of creating a great customer journey. But according to Judd Marcello, EVP of Global Marketing at Cheetah Digital, creating a customer journey is impossible in today's digital world. You simply can't dictate how a customer will come to your brand and go through the buying process. On this episode of M ...…
 
When Susan Campbell first started creating content for Panasonic USA, it was mostly just email pieces that stood on their own. But as she went deeper into developing content, she realized how much more powerful it could be when it was integrated with what everyone else on the marketing team was doing. As Marketing Group Manager, she now is in a ...…
 
What is a brand? According to Seth Farbman, former CMO of Spotify, it isn’t “a logo, or the name of the company, or anything marketing owns.” To Seth, your brand is “everything you do and say and make.” In part 2 of our interview with Seth, he talks about how he helped Spotify develop its brand identity. He also talks about customer-centricity, ...…
 
As a marketer and entrepreneur, Seth Farbman has helped to shape and transform some of the most recognizable brands. Seth Farbman was the former chief marketing officer for Spotify, the world's largest music-streaming service. He had overall responsibility for the Spotify brand, the customer experience, and all marketing and external communicat ...…
 
We live in a world that is more connected than ever before. That means that more marketers are able to make a global impact, even if they aren't working in New York, Los Angeles, or San Francisco. On this episode of Marketing Trends, we host our first global CMO roundtable and hear from some of those marketers who are having a big impact even t ...…
 
Finding exponential growth is the dream and goal of every startup. It’s also extremely difficult. On this episode of Marketing Trends, we talked with an expert in startup growth about what it takes to achieve liftoff. Brian Rothenberg is a partner at the venture capital firm defy.vc and a veteran of startup marketing himself. He previously serv ...…
 
As a marketing leader, getting to know your target market is crucial. Marketers who know and understand their customer-base are able to unlock exponential growth. So how can marketers get in sync with those they seek to reach? To find out, we talked to Marie Rosecrans, SVP of SMB Marketing at Salesforce. On this episode of Marketing Trends, Mar ...…
 
There have been Marketing Trends episodes about how CMOs should approach their first 90 days on the job. But on this episode, we talk with someone who is actively going through it. Lauren Vaccarello was named CMO of Talend just before this episode was recorded. Across the roundtable, we had Thomas Butta, who has served as CMO multiple times and ...…
 
Social media has revolutionized the world. It has changed the way people communicate with each other, get their news, organize groups, and spend their time. But according to Jamie Gilpin, CMO of Sprout Social, too many marketers are treating this revolutionary innovation like it's nothing more than another advertising channel. On this episode o ...…
 
Innovations in technologies like cameras, IoT sensors, and AI have enabled the rise of new connected smart cities. But according to Jessica Burton, Global Surveillance Portfolio Marketing Manager at Seagate Technology, the real backbone of that technology infrastructure is data storage. On this episode of Marketing Trends, Jessica tells us how ...…
 
What does it take to build a world-class brand? Many marketers aspire to it, but few are ever able to actually participate in building one of the top brands in the world. However, Michael Mendenhall has had the opportunity a number of times. As a senior marketer at Disney, he was able to learn from great brand builders like Michael Eisner, Bob ...…
 
What is the difference between solid companies and those that dominate their industry with exponential growth? According to Kris Bondi, CMO of LogDNA, it's the ability to create a movement. On this episode of Marketing Trends, Kris explains why creating a movement is so powerful and how to do it. Kris also talks about her best advice for first ...…
 
Being a CMO is a tough job, especially in the weeks and months after stepping into a new organization. Few people have mastered stepping into a new CMO role quite like Heidi Melin, CMO of Workfront. Heidi has more than 20 years of senior marketing experience. Previously, she has served as the CMO of Plex Systems, Eloqua, Polycom, Taleo, Hyperio ...…
 
Insurgent brands that use a direct-to-consumer e-commerce model have seen enormous success over the past few years. Many of them have skyrocketed from fledgling startup to category-leader in seemingly no time at all. Does this new trend mean that all legacy brands are doomed to be disrupted and eclipsed? Not necessarily, according to Nancy Shah ...…
 
What do consumers value most? According to Tara-Nicholle Nelson, Founder and CEO of SoulTour, the answer to that question is changing. Tara is the author of "The Transformational Consumer: Fuel a Lifelong Love Affair with Your Customers by Helping Them Get Healthier, Wealthier, and Wiser." She is using the findings of her book to empower a numb ...…
 
Over the last couple of years, there has been a 118% increase in job openings with sale enablement in the title. Why is this often-overlooked area of marketing exploding? To find out, we talked to John Raguin, CMO of Seismic, a leading sales enablement platform. On this episode of Marketing Trends, John talks about sales enablement, why it is e ...…
 
Throughout the entire history of business, marketers have always been concerned with promoting their product or service to buyers. But then a new business model arose: Marketplace-based businesses like Uber and Airbnb not only market to buyers, but to sellers as well. How does this new dynamic change the job of a marketer? To find out, we talke ...…
 
Most marketers only have responsibility for promoting one brand. A few senior marketers are responsible for a handful of brands. Leslie Tom, SVP of AppExchange Marketing and Programs at Salesforce, has marketing responsibilities for an entire ecosystem. On this episode of Marketing Trends, Leslie sits down with Ian and Lauren to talk about how ...…
 
Millions of people know about the "pay gap," or the average difference in wage earnings for men and women in the USA and throughout the world. Relatively few people know about the "equity gap," or the difference in ownership stake between men and women who work at early-stage companies. Emily Kramer, VP of Marketing at Carta, is trying to chang ...…
 
Marketers are often proficient at diagnosing and patching holes in a funnel. We spot places where potential customers drop out of the buying process and fix or add touch-points accordingly. But what about the potential buyers who we don't even know about? According to Ed Breault, CMO of Aprimo, there is an entire "dark funnel" of people who are ...…
 
This episode of Marketing Trends is a little bit different. We wanted to help give you a small peek behind the curtain of the things we are doing and thinking about here at Mission. On this episode, Ian is joined by producer Ben to go over a presentation that Ian originally gave the IBM Bluewolf Marketing Kickoff. In this presentation, Ian expl ...…
 
If it wasn't for a part-time job during Paige's P.h.D studies, she probably wouldn't be where she's at today. Thankfully, Paige O'Neill never looked back. She's currently the CMO at Sitecore, a company that creates human connections between brands and their customers with end-to-end content, seamless commerce, and personalization. On this episo ...…
 
When it comes to building a team, marketers often place the majority of their focus on getting the right people. But putting those people in a role and situation where they can succeed is just as important, according to Katrina Wong, VP of Marketing at Hired. On this episode of Marketing Trends, Katrina discusses how to build a team with a grow ...…
 
Early in her career, Carrie Palin was doing well but wasn't necessarily on the CMO track. But then friends and mentors challenged her to set her sights higher. Since then, she has served as a Chief Marketing Officer three times. Currently, she is the CMO at Splunk. On this episode of Marketing Trends, Carrie walks us through her career experien ...…
 
After Varun Kohli, Head of Strategic Marketing, PMO, & Global Demand at Symantec, launched one particular campaign early in his career, it nearly crashed the entire IT infrastructure of the company he was working for at the time, because of the huge amount of traffic it generated. How did he manage to create such a groundswell of interest? By c ...…
 
Most Marketing Trends guests focus on a specific strategy, tactic, or technology. But Geoffrey Miller, Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of New Mexico, starts with marketing's most fundamental question: Why do people buy things? On this episode, Geoffrey talks about biology, evolution, and how psychology affects the way consum ...…
 
Marketing to developers is notoriously difficult. They are independent-minded and hate being marketed to. On this episode of Marketing Trends, we talked to an expert who has figured out how to do it successfully. Vidya Peters is the CMO of Mulesoft. In that capacity, she has built a community of developers who love her product and share it with ...…
 
How do you establish a brand reputation in the B2B space when your brand has historically been known for consumer electronics? That is the question facing Bob Madaio, VP of Marketing at Sharp Business USA. After more than 20 years with EMC and Hitachi, Bob now leads the marketing team for the B2B arm of Sharp electronics. On today's episode, Bo ...…
 
Doug Sweeny made his mark in the marketing world with world-class, innovative companies like Google, Levi’s, and Nest. For his next challenge, he decided to join a company taking on one of the most change-resistant industries imaginable: healthcare. Doug is currently the CMO of One Medical, a company that is using disruptive technology to conne ...…
 
Are marketers technologists? According to Whitney Bouck, COO of HelloSign, they ought to be. Whitney has spent years marketing to CIOs, and she thinks that marketers need to be just as much of technology junkies as the people they market to. On this episode of Marketing Trends, Whitney explains how to make that idea a reality. She also talks ab ...…
 
Everywhere you look, B2B marketers are talking about Account-Based Marketing, and its prominence is only growing. So to better understand the technology, we talked to Laura Ramos, VP and Principal Analyst for B2B Marketing Professionals at Forrester Research. On this episode, Laura talks about where ABM came from, what's next for the technology ...…
 
Every marketing team needs 3 C's - communication, content, and coordination, according to Dave King, Head of Marketing at Asana. On this episode of Marketing Trends, he talks about how marketing leaders can better manage all three. In this conversation, Dave also talks about the difference between collaboration and coordination, why he decided ...…
 
Data and analytics play essential roles when it comes to marketing. But effectively using data to improve marketing is easier said than done. According to Scott Holden, CMO of ThoughtSpot, technology needs to be a part of the solution. On this episode, Scott sits down with Ian to dig a bit deeper into data-driven marketing and the tools markete ...…
 
The role of CMO is a difficult one. It's even more difficult when you're just starting out. So what do you do in your first 90 days to set yourself up for future success? To find out, we sat down with a CMO roundtable of some of the most successful CMOs around. We talked to Leela Srinivasan CMO of SurveyMonkey, Keith Messick CMO of Dialpad and ...…
 
Stewart Conway wakes up at 4 AM, six days a week, for a reason. His discipline, focus, and love for marketing (and skiing) are what drive Stewart and his team each and every day. Stewart is the Head of Central Marketing at BMO Global Asset Management by day and an active member of the British Association of Ski Instructors during his free time. ...…
 
Millennials. The word comes with some strong connotations. But what do millennials actually believe? And how can marketers target them more effectively? To find out, we talked to Nadia Masri. Nadia is the Founder and CEO of Perksy, a consumer insights platform that powers real-time research with millennial and Gen Z audiences through a mobile a ...…
 
Francesco Leone has helped some of the biggest brands in the world go international. As a marketing executive with Coca-Cola, Starbucks, and Colgate, he helped establish footholds in new markets. He has taken that international experience and uses it to help other brands through his marketing consulting agency called Goat Eye Strategy. On this ...…
 
Karen Steele, CMO of LeanData, learned marketing from the best of the best. At Apple and NeXT, she had the opportunity to report directly to, and learn from, Steve Jobs. On this episode of Marketing Trends, she shares some of those lessons learned, as well as how to nail marketing attribution and her best practices for managing engagement. Link ...…
 
"Content only succeeds when it is helpful or resonates emotionally." That is the central thesis of Camille Ricketts' content strategy. Camille is the Head of Marketing at Marketing at Notion. She helped revolutionize content marketing in the VC industry with her work at First Round Capital. On this episode, Camille talks about what it takes to ...…
 
"Marketing is not fluff." Or at least it shouldn't be, according to Laura Luckman Kelber, SVP of Marketing at Flexera. According to her, not enough marketers focus on how to make themselves useful to the people they are trying to reach. On this episode, Laura discusses how to be more useful as a marketer, as well as the power of aligning your e ...…
 
From Apple’s first mouse to Palm’s first Personal Digital Assistant, IDEO has helped design some of the world’s most famous and important products. Across the world, and especially in Silicon Valley, they have been looked to as the gold standard for innovation and creativity. So what can marketers learn from this unique organization? To find ou ...…
 
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