We're wrapping up our Moment Makers series with a quick recap. We brought on the whole podcast team for this one. We hope you enjoyed this series and we look forward to dropping a new one in just a few weeks where we're talking all things ABM. Tune in as we demystify yet another marketing acronym. Talk to you soon!
You have aspirations to be a marketing leader, but what do you need to do to get there? What skills should you develop to keep connecting with customers as technologies evolve? What are the moments you need to make in your career?
Today’s marketing leaders are faced with a big challenge. Their job is to ensure their team is creating these moments that resonate with customers, but this can't be done without the right pieces in place. How do you build a future-proof team Moment Makers? Tune in to find out!
While the future may seem unpredictable, one constant is monitoring marketing ROI. A good understanding of ROI can help you optimize processes and build inspiring marketing moments over the long term. Tune into this episode to help narrow focus and prioritize the marketing moments that lead to success.
We often hear the term “real-time personalization” but what does it really mean? And how can it help marketers create moments that truly resonate with customers? Join us for answers to these questions and more with expert marketers from Merkle and Reverie!
You've got the data - now what? In this episode, we unpack the complex world of data management and activation in order to create moments that surprise customers and offer experiences that truly matter. We’re talking with digital transformation veteran Vikalp Tandon, the Global President of Dentsu Commerce, to set the stage for what activation means in this new decade. We’re also diving into an interesting marketing role with Rahul Kak, Executive Director of Behavior Change Marketing at CVS Health. And we’ll hear what it takes to build the ideal preference center, or in Shane Smyth’s words, an experience center. Shane is the Marketing and Analytics Lead at Horizontal.
Data is the key to creating great customer experiences. And with a great amount of data comes great responsibility. In this episode Elyse Blouin, Sr. Director Digital Marketing at Lowe’s discusses how to be clever (and not creepy) when creating marketing moments. We can’t talk about data and not cover how to keep it secure, so we asked two security experts at Salesforce, Saikat Saha and Miku Konsolas, to walk us through how marketers can be more mindful of protecting data and complying with ever-evolving regulations.
This is the first episode of our newest series, Moment Makers. Where we're focusing on the current state of the customer experience. Fun fact, did you know humans now have a smaller attention span than a goldfish? Our jobs are getting harder by marketers, and customer expectations are at an all time high. Marketers are under pressure to understand their customers and deliver memorable experiences. There’s power to creating a marketing moment – and it doesn’t happen by accident. In this episode, we dive into this new world of marketing.
In this episode we brought on our entire podcast squad including producers Sachin Shenolikar and Conor Wiegmann. We discuss our learnings from the past 2 months and highlight our favorite parts of the Leading Through Change mini series. We'll also tease out our upcoming series called Moment Makers. Stay tuned for more marketing conversations very soon!
Did you know that the growth rate of AI adoption from 2018 is 186%!? In this episode we’re talking about key insights, like this, from the recently launched State of Marketing report. This first party research report surveys almost 7,000 marketing leaders around the world in a double-blind way. It covers 6 continents, 29 countries and a wide range of industries. Chris Jacob, one of the masterminds behind creating this report, joins us to share his take on the findings. We also dig into the research through the lens of an industry expert at Caleres, a fashion portfolio brand. Corrina Cohen, Marketing Cloud Platform Developer, comes on the show to share how this research relates to her day to day job.
6th Annual State of Marketing Report: sforce.co/marketing
Creating a world without waste is no small task. Data scientists are now leveraging artificial intelligence to support supply chains and manufacturing companies as they adapt to the new normal. In this episode, we talk with Gail Moody-Byrd, CMO at Noodle.ai who shares what a “Noodler” is and why they are important to helping our economy get back on its feet. We also talked with Salesforce’s AI expert, Veda Kumarjiguda to share tips and tricks for any marketer to start incorporating AI into their day to day jobs.
Values based marketing, cause marketing, purpose led marketing - we’re seeing these purpose driven trends arise across marketing teams but what does it really mean? What types of campaigns are run on these teams? Why is this an important function?
In this episode we interview Kai Johnson, Values-Led Marketing Manager at Salesforce and Stephanie Pines, Senior Global Director of Creative Content and Design for Family Care at Kimberly-Clark. We dive into a timely purpose driven social campaign where Cottonelle is teaming up with United Way to #ShareASquare. Kimberly-Clark is donating $1 for every mention of #ShareASquare on social media, up to $100,000. We also brought on a social expert, Leigh Price to share relevant tips on social media marketing.
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Details on #ShareASquare: www.cottonelle.com/en-us/share-a-square
Today’s uncertain landscape leaves businesses looking for tools, advice, and inspiration. In this episode, we give you just that, through stories of resilience. You may know Mark Cuban as the Dallas Mavericks owner or Shark Tank judge, but the famed entrepreneur and investor has also been a vocal supporter of and advisor to small businesses. Cuban shares his story of becoming an entrepreneur and advice for those struggling with how to run their business at this time. We also have Ariana Huffington, founder of the Huffington Post to share with us stories of managing anxiety and efficient sleep. For more stories of resilience, tune in at salesforce.com/live.
Brand marketers have their work cut out for them. They face the challenge of managing sensitivity while ensuring their global message is maintained with the understanding that there can be nuances throughout the world. Our guest today is Salesforce.org trailblazer, Amy Blumkin, Vice President of Brand Marketing at the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), a non-profit global organization. Amy has held marketing executive roles for much of her career. She also was the CMO of the 2014 Super Bowl host committee and worked at Walt Disney company for nine years. In this episode, she shares advice for brand marketers eager to lead through change.
This week’s episode brings you a few stories from an industry where communication is crucial: the nonprofit world. These brands rely on their members to keep their business afloat. We spoke with Paul Holman-Kursky, Director of Membership at Common Sense Media, who was forced to quickly redesign his communication strategy last month. He shares how he has boosted efficiency with dynamic content and is using multiple channels to spread the word all while, re-imagining a product launch.
In this time of tremendous global challenge and continued business transformation, marketers are forced to evolve how they create customer experiences, programs, and drive growth. In this episode we discuss how our Salesforce team in Australia, had to pivoted turning an original in-person event into a reimagined digital experience in 10 business days.
Empathy is top of mind for people around the world right now. After all, we’ve never dealt with a crisis of this magnitude. It’s essential that marketers are mindful of the challenge at hand and show compassion for their customers. But that can be tougher than it sounds. What is the right tone for communications? How can you ensure your customers are supported and taken care of? In this episode we connect with Hayley Nelson, VP of Content Marketing at Salesforce, Brian Helfrich, owner of Summit Coffee, and Wally Bruner, who leads meditations at Salesforce in addition to his role as a Director of Talent Development.
Imagine yourself at the NCAA championship game...if it were still going on... the atmosphere is on fire! It’s a buzzer beater win! Now, put yourself in the shoes of a marketer at Fanatics, a global licensing brand specializing in fan apparel. Your goal is to take advantage of this moment and every moment that matters for sports fans across the world. Fanatics is delivering campaigns to sports fans literally in seconds of a buzzer beater win. We brought in Jonathan Wilbur, Sr. Director, Global B2C CRM Technology & Operations at Fanatics to share best practices and how his small team delivers ~16B personalized messages a year and keeps the lights on during these high pressure events.
With such a competitive industry, BELLA+CANVAS, a premium crafted wholesale apparel company works hard to differentiate themselves. One way, they've discovered, is through the perfect welcome series. They've seen their highest engagement in the first 2 weeks with 33% increase in ROI. In this episode you'll learn from digital marketing expert, Roxane Chabassier, at BELLA+CANVAS as she shares best practices for building the perfect welcome series. You can access Roxane’s session at Dreamforce here: https://sfdc.co/roxane
We see social media influencers in our feeds all day, but what separates the best ones from the rest? Passion for a brand. Ben Higgins has just that. You probably know Ben from his 2016 star-turn on the Bachelor. Today Ben is also the Co-Founder of Generous Coffee Co. In this episode, Ben explains how he's using his experiences as an influencer to build his company. His tips are perfect for anyone looking to transform a bold idea into a buzz-worthy business venture.
You prepared all year, you delivered an amazing experience for your holiday shoppers, you tested the limit…. Now what? In this episode, we’ll share insights from this past holiday season from industry thought leaders and marketing experts. I had the pleasure of meeting Jen Horner, Associate Director for Retail and Consumer Goods at DEG - an Isobar Company as well as Hilding Anderson, Author of “Reimagining Business in the Age of the Customer” and Head of Strategy for Retail at Publicis Sapient. We caught up at NRF’s Big Show (National Retail Federation) where we learned about the latest and greatest in retail technology. For more information on holiday insights visit https://sforce.co/AllWrappedUp.
Bonjour, Guten Tag, Hola - On this episode, we’re talking all things translation with our guest Adrian Cohn Director of Brand Strategy and Comms at Smartling, a cloud-based translation technology and services company. You’ll learn what goes into the art of translation and how you can get started today.
In this episode we share all the communication strategies you need to know through one of our conversations from Dreamforce with the wonderful Alicia Trost - BART's Chief Communications Officer. Alicia shares her career journey as a Chief Communications Officer and what it takes to create a powerful platform for to build strong relationships with customers in real-time.
Marketing to different personas, understanding your audience and making sure they are diversely represented is crucial to every organization's success. In this episode our guest Sydni Craig-Hart - CEO of Smart Simple Marketing, an expert in the multi-cultural marketing space - shares impactful ways we can connect with our audience in an authentic way.
We've had tons of great conversations with marketers around the world here at Dreamforce in San Francisco. This episode shares a quick teaser from what we learned this week featuring two trailblazers: Roxane Chabassier, Digital Marketing Director at BELLA+CANVAS and Alicia Trost, Chief Communications Officer at BART. We'll be sure to post the full episodes later on. To dive into more great conversations, best practices, product innovations, industry insights and more from this week, head to salesforce.com/live.