Maybe lockdown has me stir crazy and I am looking at everything through the lens of the current situation and marketing specifically, but on Twitter Mark Ritson shared a wonderful video of Prince that got me thinking.
Hovering Over The Back Button
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This post is a bit more than two cents, as I continue to ruminate on what’s next, plus someone asked some questions on Twitter that needed more than 280 chars. One thing is right, although days in lockdown are blurred, it is Tuesday!
Recently I was interviewed by Paige O’Neill, CMO Sitecore. Which was a rarity for me these days to be interviewed by someone else, as I am normally doing the interviewing, either over on RockstarCMO or as some folks remember the close to 90 interviews of my colleagues when as CMO of censhare on Inside censhare…
Continuing on the theme of pondering what’s next after the crisis, I wonder of many of parts of our lives that are laggard will be upgraded.
As we all sit in lockdown, you might be losing track of the days. It’s Tuesday and this week I suggest that as content marketers we need to focus not just on the why? But the how?
This Tuesday 2¢ is more of a thought that I woke up with than a full article. Could remote work do for Google what autonomous cars are supposed to?
B2B sales and marketing have (hopefully temporarily) lost a vital engagement channel; In Real Life (IRL). Where do we go from here?
Maybe the world didn’t need another post about the Corona virus, but I’ve been pondering what’s next, past whatever the next few months bring.
Working on a client deliverable, I’ve been researching some genuine quotes from content marketing and management greats to sprinkle in and add credibility to the work. Here is what I found.
The title might suggest a Godin’esque insightful pithy post or some Garyvee hustle porn, but no. The inspiration for this is I’ve been on the Xbox playing FIFA with my youngest daughter.