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Now displaying: February, 2017
Feb 22, 2017

In this week's Martech interview series, we spoke with Alexandra Rufatto-Perry of Accent On Business, an executive presence and communications advisory firm that works with competitive professionals who want to project a confident and competent image. She works with a variety of executives on how to say what it is that they need or want to say, while looking and feeling their confident and influential best.

In other words, Accent On Business teaches executive presence.

Why Does Executive Presence Matter for Marketers?

For a lot of people, executive presence is really elusive. However, according to Alex, it's more important than you think:

"Executive presence makes up for 25% of what gets people their next job, big job promotion, gets them to the next level in their organization. It's really that thing that we look for in people that says, 'They're going somewhere; they're doing something'."

Executive presence is really made up of three elements:

  • Style: how you look, how you carry yourself, how you sit at the table, your gestures, movement, and how you sound.
  • Substance: depth of your knowledge and subject matter expertise.
  • Character: your value system on display.
Feb 22, 2017

Christian and Katalina are the # 1 Husband & Wife Comedy Mind Reading Act in the Nation. They have performed over 2000 shows in almost 15 years. They toured across the nation for 10 years performing for corporate events, colleges, theaters, cruise ships, and resorts. Their audiences range from 50-3000 people.

Having traveled the world and entertained from coast to coast, what is the impact of the web and social media on a local entertainer? Christian shares his lessons learned... and remember... he's NOT a marketer, he's an entertainer. You'll find that he's had to teach himself online marketing, analytics, and social media.

Perhaps the greatest lesson is that he needed to apply budget and hire professionals. While he didn't have hundreds of thousands of dollars, every dollar he did spend counted. Christian walks through the process they took and how they found the right resources and how it's impacted his business.

Feb 16, 2017

Agent Sauce is an integrated CRM, Email Marketing, Lead Generation and Marketing Automation platform built specifically for Real Estate Agents. Agent Sauce provides agents with all the tools necessary to generate, nurture, and manage their contacts, leads, and marketing in one place.

We interviewed Adam Small, who founded the company with his wife Kimberly. What started out as a simple text messaging services has now evolved into a full-featured real estate marketing platform with everything but the kitchen sink... and I'm sure that's just around the corner.

Agent Sauce has affordable packages for independent agents as well as multi-seat licensing for real estate firms. They now have users in almost every state.

Feb 9, 2017

The future: It is ours to create. We can build it in whatever way we want to. As you peer into the coming years and see the opportunities, the truth is clear: there has never been a better time to be a marketer.

The next fifteen years will unleash unprecedented improvements in social connection, efficiency and quality of life, for everyone, the world over. We interview marketing industry leader, Jon Wuebben, draws on the latest research, data and predictions across multiple disciplines to show you:

  • How cultural and technological shifts will impact the marketing practice
  • How content marketing and marketing technology will change
  • How to transition from brand messages to multi-sensory “experiences”
  • Why platforms will supplant brands for building an audience
  • Why Mega Trends will serve as signposts for connecting with your audience
  • What the world’s foremost futurists are predicting for the next 15 years
  • Why the Prosumer will be the new customer
  • What the marketing practice will look like in the year 2021 & 2030
  • How to plan whether you’re an enterprise, agency, SMB or a local business

Like everything else, marketing will change dramatically in the coming years. Future Marketing is your handbook to navigate the exciting, upcoming terrain. So, take a seat, buckle up and get ready; the train to the future of marketing is leaving the station!

Feb 7, 2017

As with many of the best tools in MarTech, Neverbounce was created by an agency to correct a real-world issue. In this in-depth interview with CEO and founder Brad Owen, Brad walks us through the problem that necessitated the solution and shares how it continues to evolve and make an impact in the market.

Whether or not your company is involved in list procurement or list sharing, the turnover on email addresses is significant. Brad and his team have found that no other factor impacts the deliverability of a brand's email than the number of bounces their list is generating with an Internet Service Provider.

Investing in list cleansing and email list hygiene is inexpensive and can produce a massive return on investment by getting your emails to the inbox when they're needed and expected. 

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