Alison Stratten of UnMarketing visits the show this week to talk about brand stories, brand lessons and the idea of UnMarketing Your Marketing.
Host: Dave Rohrer
Dave Rohrer got his start as a ColdFusion developer – yes CFML. Before he transitioned away from pure developer, he worked on various ColdFusion projects for the likes of Accenture, Discover Card and Consumer Guide.
Dave then transitioned to full-fledged marketer where he spent 10 years as an in-house SEO lead and 5 years at agencies such as Netconcepts, Covario and iProspect. During his career he has worked with organizations ranging from startups to Fortune 50 to Internet Retailer 500 companies.
In early 2015, Dave left Covario/iProspect to found NorthSide Metrics, a boutique digital marketing agency based in Chicago that specializes in helping clients make data-driven decisions to drive more revenue.
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Think before you type. If nothing else that is one way to avoid social media fails (mostly). For more ideas listen to the guys talk about news jacking, scheduled content, and other tips on how not to end up in a PowerPoint deck somewhere of other social media fails.
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Surviving & Conquering Pubcon This week Melissa Fach joins Mat and Dave (as do some pretty bad thunderstorms) to talk about Surviving & Conquering Pubcon. Pubcon Vegas is a huge conference with 10 tracks at…
Hear about Dave’s upcoming 3 hour training on How to Win at Digital Marketing taking place in October during SwivelNow Marketing Conference.
Melissa Fach joins Mat and Dave to talk The Good, Bad and the Ugly of Content. Listen to them talk through the various examples of what you should and shouldn’t do!
In this episode the guys give a glimpse into Mat’s upcoming Pubcon Vegas session on Influencer and Micro Influencer Identification along with a number of examples.
So often the very simple (and cheap) domain is overlooked and not prioritized. In this episode the guys talk about some best practices to securing and keeping your company’s domains.
This episode is all about online and offline scams. From cheap link building to roofing scams to offers to register your domain for $99 a year we cover it all.
While stock photography is great for any business the guys discuss some reasons to avoid it and alternative ways and reasons to create your own photos for your business.