My favorite keynote speaker of all time, Scott Stratten, joins the podcast to discuss heavy metal camaraderie, why automated social sucks, the importance of building brand loyalty, and the best branding stories of all time. Listen in and get inspired by one of the best marketers on the planet.
VP of International Sales at Bing Axel Steinman joins the podcast live from Advertising Week Europe 2018 to discuss the future of search and the rise of Artificial Intelligence and what it means for marketers.
Ball Street Co-Founder and LinkedIn Daily video creator joins the podcast to discuss how to build a successful video strategy, effectively engage an audience, and create remarkable long form content that drives results. Don't miss this conversation which is taking part LIVE in the heart of Advertising Week Europe.
MediaCom's Chief Transformation Officer and author of The Glass Wall joins the podcast to discuss success strategies for women, the state of diversity and inclusion and the business case for leveling playing field for gender equality once and for all.
Digital Prophet David Shing (Shingy) joins the podcast LIVE from Advertising Week Europe to discuss the diversity in marketing, how to stand out with video marketing, and what the future of branding looks like in an incredibly crowded space.
Best-selling author, celebrated keynote speaker, and one of my favorite writers on the planet Mark Schaeffer joins the podcast to discuss hard truths for digital marketers, why authenticity is the most over used and abused word on the social web, the importance of personal branding and the current state of content shock and what marketers can do to beat it moving forward.
Creative Agency CEO Jack Kosakowski joins the podcast to discuss the biggest opportunities for marketing and sales to partner in 2018. Jack also dives into how to the importance of personal branding to grow your career, social selling, and why marketers should do a job swap with their sales counterparts. This is probably the most important conversation you can have as a marketer right now, so tune in and listen to the brilliant advice from Jack.
Listen in as Bryan discusses the core principles around what makes Amazon so successful and the lessons that you can put into play with your own business or marketing strategy for taking a page out of their incredibly innovative playbook.
Maria hired me at Marketo back in 2011 and taught me everything I know about inbound marketing and marketing automation. Listen in as Maria and I chat about the golden days of marketing automation before she lays down the law with a refreshing look at account based marketing strategy, sales and Marketing alignment, and what it takes to be a leader.
There’s never been more potential for leveraging video as a content marketing asset –and there’s nobody who knows more about using video to build a following than Jared Polin.
Author, keynote speaker, and filmmaker extraordinaire Minter Dial joins the podcast to discuss storytelling across different mediums, how to future proof your business, what marketers need to know about Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain, and how to ultimately find your purpose.
Is great marketing Art? Keynote speaker, author, and comedian Ron Tite joins the podcast to build the case for marketers to both think and work like an artist with specific, prescriptive advice to make an impact right away. Listen in as Ron delivers stellar advice for marketers in his unique way and shares the secrets of using comedy as a competitive advantage. Along the way Ron shares a story or two that is sure to have you laughing so hard that you'd be embarrassed to be sitting next to yourself if you had to.
Brad Gillis is the iconic guitarist of Night Ranger and someone whose riffs everyone has hummed to themselves at one point or another. He’s also a living lesson in believing in yourself, and communicating your passion on LinkedIn. Tune in as Brad shares his secrets for connecting not only with his devoted fans on the professional network, but also to how he drives business opportunities. Along the way Brad shares a legendary rock n roll tale or two regarding your favorite classic songs.
LinkedIn’s CMO Shannon Brayton joins the podcast to discuss the evolving role of the CMO. Listen in for insights on the convergence of marketing and PR, the importance of leveraging social media for the C-Suites, and what the future of marketing looks like and how marketers can prepare. Plus, Shannon plays a spirited round of "Marketer vs. Rockstar."
SVP Global Brand Strategy Guinness World Records Sam Fay joins the Podcast live from the LinkedIn Lab at Festival of Marketing in London to chat about the incredible story of the original of the best-selling book of all time and how brands are breaking records and leveraging Guinness in a fun and unique way to drive their content marketing strategies.
Founder of Marketoonist and Author of "Your Ad Ignored Here" joins the Podcast live from the LinkedIn Lab at Festival of Marketing in London to discuss cartoons, content, and his brand new book.
In Part 2 of our interview with Entrepreneur Lori Joyce, she lays it all on the line as she describes how to sell an idea and disrupt an industry. Lori also discusses her experience as being a female entrepreneur working in a traditionally male-dominated industry. Her journey is both inspirational and eye-opening while giving way to powerful lessons and insights for business leaders and marketers.
Entrepreneur and reality TV star Lori Joyce joins the Podcast to tell the story of how she and her partner built a company and started a revolution by breaking the three most important rules of business. Listen in to Lori’s remarkable journey that began with the idea to start a cupcake bakery began while working at Ground Zero with her best friend. Lori shares how cultivating relationships opened the door for opportunity, how far people are prepared to travel for her cupcakes (you’d be surprised) – and a fun story about the many celebrities she’s encountered along the way including Lucy Liu and The Rock.
It’s Season 6 of The Sophisticated Marketer’s Podcast – and we’re kicking off with a true marketing visionary. Here are Seth Godin’s
seven life-changing ideas for marketers (and everyone else)
Rob Orchard, co-founder of the slow journalism magazine Delayed Gratification (the most brilliant print magazine you will ever find) joins the podcast to discuss the current state of journalism, how to break through with remarkable stories, the power of infographics, artificially intelligent reporters, and what it all means for marketers in a world of branded content.
It's a special bonus edition of the podcast recorded live during Advertising Week Europe. I sat down in the LinkedIn LIVE activation area in the hear of the festival with three very different artists to discuss how they think about creativity and storytelling and the lessons for marketers. Listen in, get inspired, and have some fun as we get up close and personal with some incredibly talented artists that are poised to breakthrough the incredibly competitive musical landscape.
Microsoft's Bing European Marketing Director Cedric Chambaz joins the podcast live from Advertising Week Europe to take a deep dive into the evolution of Artificial Intelligence, Chatbots and what it means for marketers and how they can utilize the technology now and prepare for the future.
Adweek UK brings about some of the best minds in Marketing and we grabbed one of them, Ravleen Beeston, the Head of Sales BING UK at Microsoft. We talked about Voice Searches and how the next generation is really taking the lead on why this will put the final nail in the coffin of Keywords.
Dr. Jody Foster joins the podcast to discuss how to effectively deal with workplace conflict caused by what her new book refers to as The Schmuck in my Office. Listen in as Dr. Foster nails down the various types of personality traits that play heavily into office politics and how these dysfunctional interactions among coworkers can lead to workplace fiascos. Not only does she identify the problems, but she provides actionable tips for understanding schmucks as people, defines how to work with them, and ultimately solve workplace problems.