Crimson Marketing’s CEO Glenn Gow interviews the best and the brightest marketing minds on Moneyball for Marketing. He and his guests talk about the incredible changes happening in marketing organizations around Big Data and marketing technology. Moneyball for Marketing features marketing technology insights from the top marketers in the world. The reference to Moneyball is from the story of how the Oakland A's baseball team were able to win and win and win, because they figured out how to use data and technology to their advantage. If you'd like to learn more about how to use Big Data and Marketing Technology in marketing to help you win, visit us at www.crimsonmarketing.com, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Brian King, VP Marketing of Cycle Gear: "Personalization is the Key to Optimization"
Brian King, VP Marketing of Cycle Gear: "Personalization is the Key to Optimization" by Glenn Gow
Kash Shaikh, VP Marketing of Ruckus: “Tell it Before you Sell it”
Kash Shaikh, VP Marketing of Ruckus: “Tell it Before you Sell it” by Glenn Gow
Jonathan Martin, CMO of Pure Storage: “The Marketing Transition of the Century”
“I don’t need conjecture to say we’re probably in one of the biggesttransitions in the last century,” says Jonathan Martin, CMO of flash storage leader Pure Storage. As mobile devices and social media have become increasingly dominant, people have become overwhelmed by information, and are now no longer listening. In this installment of Moneyball for Marketing, Jonathan explains how the old “single interrupt” model of marketing does not work anymore, and begins to suggest what marketing system does. Using insights about human brain chemistry, a Google shopping survey of 3000 people and insights from his own 15 year career, Jonathan defines the new shape of the buyer journey, the new role of the CMO, and the importance of machine learning and predictive analytics in navigating the new marketing landscape.
Sydney Sloan, CMO of Al Fresco: “Lessons in Digital Marketing Strategy”
Sydney Sloan, CMO of Al Fresco: “Lessons in Digital Marketing Strategy” by Glenn Gow
Jennifer Johnson, CMO of Tanium: “The Data Driven CMO”
Amidst an ecosystem containing multitudes of martech software solutions, marketers across the B2C and B2B spheres are charged with the sometimes unenviable task of distilling the best technology and techniques to harness the power of Big Data in their organizations. Jennifer Johnson, CMO of fast growing cybersecurity innovator Tanium, is amongst them. “I think that every CMO out there right now is ... struggling to figure out how to make their organization more data driven... There’s too much technology out there that it’s still really daunting and confusing. So if you feel like you’re behind the curve you’re really not, it’s okay.” In today’s installment of Moneyball for Marketing, Jennifer joins us to offer not just her empathy, but also her counsel, having spent the last year building Tanium’s data driven marketing operations from scratch.
Marketing to Millennials with Steven Dupree, VP Marketing of SoFi
Millennials are both coveted and scorned by marketers. They are open‐minded, self‐revealing and bold, but also digitally savvy consumers who want it on their own terms. All too often, those are terms that resist traditional influence, requiring marketers to understand and innovate in order to reap the substantial rewards. Steven Dupree, VP of Marketing for 6 billion dollar marketplace lender SoFi, is helping adapt a go to market strategy for the lending industry to the “older millennial” segment. In this installment of Moneyball for Marketing, Steven talks about catering for mobile, cross channel marketing and building trust in your brand, amongst other topics.
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Really enjoyed listening to Glenn's unique and interesting perspective. This is an awesome podcast for anyone interesting in digital marketing
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I really enjoyed the latest podcast with Mick Hollison. Amazing insight on the future of marketing and sales with predictive analytics. Great podcast!
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Data trumps intuition. The presentations here make that point again and again from different perspectives. What a great collection of actionable, intelligent change and continuous improvement concepts!