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PJA Advertising+Marketing released the final segment of its audio pilot program The Unconventionals last week, introducing listeners to Rubber Tracks recording studio in Brooklyn. Converse, maker of the iconic Chuck Taylor All Star shoe brand, operates the studio and invites up-and-coming musicians to use it for free. The bill lands on the desk of Converse CMO Geoff Cottrill.
Carla Johnson Principal Type A Communications Carla Johnson, principal at Type A Communications, specializes in the development of content marketing strategies that build brand engagement. She is a frequent contributor to BMA conversations about best practices and has built a client base that stretches across organizations including Motorola Solutions and the U.S.
Stratasys earned the Corporate Marketer of the Year honor at the annual BMA B2 Awards ceremony in May. The 3D-printing equipment manufacturer impressed the judges with its “Engineering a Difference” campaign, a series of video case studies launched on Facebook. Facebook is an unconventional platform for the company.
By Stephanie Schwab, principal-Crackerjack Marketing Most companies these days have some kind of content marketing strategy. We’ve all learned by now that content in its many forms—blogs, video, social media, even podcasts—is highly valued by customers and search engines alike. But does your content strategy extend far enough to attract the customers you want? It’s not enough to create content solely focused on your niche or core corporate topic.
Mike Moran Most marketers have a lot to learn about content strategy, says Mike Moran, senior strategist for Converseon and author of the best-selling Search Engine Marketing. “That isn't a bad thing as long as you acknowledge that and decide to get moving,” he tells BMA Buzz. Moran will point out the path forward during a full-day seminar for BMA-NJ members on October 28.
Debbie Qaqish Principal, Chief Strategy Officer The Pedowitz Group Many marketers struggle to connect their content marketing programs to revenue, according to a study released last month by the Lenskold Group. The solution goes beyond the mere adoption of marketing automation tools, writes Debbie Qaqish, principal and chief strategy officer at The Pedowitz Group, the revenue-marketing agency that sponsored the research. “Buying a piece of technology is not the answer,” she writes.
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