Living Comfortably with Data

April 11, 2018
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Our host, Lee Silverman welcomes Mark Tietbohl. He is a growth strategies advisor and change catalyst at Growth Strategy Advisors. Topics today are about getting comfortable with data.

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Mind the Gap – Here comes Generation Z. Are you prepared?

March 28, 2018
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Brands, business leaders, and marketers ignore this new cohort at their own peril. Generation Z, aged 8 to 23, is now America’s fastest-growing demographic, representing 25%+ of Americans.  That makes them bigger than the Baby Boomers, and even bigger than the Millennial generation.  Despite the fact that Gen Z is made up of such young consumers, it is already an important cohort that is making its presence felt across brands, culture and advertising.

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5 Minute Tip on Going Mobile - Author Bob Bentz with Matthew Cummings - WVU Radio

March 25, 2018
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This five minute tip from author Bob Bentz answers the most popular question about website design: The first thing you do in web site design is not design for the desk top.  Author Bob Bentz and host Matthew Cummings discuss why mobile is not a nice to have but a necessity.

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Relevance Raises Response

March 13, 2018
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Marketing is an ongoing contest for people’s attention. Mobile marketing is all about customer engagement and acquisition with a relevant message that provides the response a brand is seeking. Mobile is the closest a brand can get to its customer.  What we’ll be discussing today is how a brand or business can take advantage of marketing in the age of mobile. Today's episode is hosted by Matthew Cummings. Read the rest of this entry »

Time to declutter your data and create your own narrative story

February 28, 2018
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We have all heard about how you can make your life more balanced when you declutter your closets and your life. But what about your data? Can you really make yourself better understood when you turn your data into a three-act narrative? Today we will hear from Neelesh Varde who will help us unlock the secrets of how to unlock the visually appealing stories in your complex data.

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Emerging Social Media Trends Because of Data - Emerick & Greenglass

February 19, 2018
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From the program entitled, Is "Data-Driven" the Buzz Kill for Marketing" with Susan Emerick and Cyndi Greenglass, we have a 3.25 minute segment that just addresses what Susan as an industry pioneer sees as emerging social media trends for the use of data.  

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If everything starts and ends with data, where do you want to go?

February 13, 2018
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The graveyard is littered with companies who have died when they were abandoned by their customers. This is what happens when you don’t listen to them, and you lose touch with what matters. Today, we live in a world where our customers want to help shape the brands they are passionate about and even control the conversation. It is a two-way dialogue in business today, and marketers have to understand how to navigate this new environment. In this podcast, we will learn how brands need to evolve to stay relevant, how to determine what data is valuable and actionable, and how companies are using data to develop meaningful loyalty and engagement.

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Is “data-driven” the buzz kill for marketing?

January 31, 2018
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Data-driven communication is the buzz word in marketing as we are being held accountable for our efforts and our budgets. Metrics, measurement, and milestones are the vocabulary of today, but does that mean awareness, engagement and loyalty no longer matter? In our focus on big data and data science, have we dehumanized marketing? Today we talk with Susan Emerick, a long standing social media advocate to understand how being a data-driven marketer improves and enhances your social presence and infuses the soul of marketing.  

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