Episodes Featuring Courtney Cox Wakefield

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Podcast episodes featuring Courtney Cox Wakefield as a guest or host.
  1. This week we're rebroadcasting our conversation about one of the fastest rising technologies that's impacting content marketers: voice search with Courtney Cox Wakefield, who is the co-author of Voice Search: The New Search Engine and the Head of Consumer Digital Marketing at Children's Health Hospital, which is one of the top care facilities in the United States. We start the week with a conversation about the current landscape of the voice search industry. Show NotesConnect With:Courtney Cox Wakefield: Website // Linkedin // TwitterThe MarTech Podcast: Email // LinkedIn // TwitterBenjamin Shapiro: Website // LinkedIn //  Twitter
  2. Sponsored By Knit. This week we're doing a deep dive into one of the fastest rising technologies that's impacting content marketers: voice search. Each day this week we're going to publish an episode that discusses what you need to know to build a voice-enabled marketing strategy. Joining us for Voice Search Week is Courtney Cox Wakefield, who is the co-author of Voice Search: The New Search Engine and the Head of Consumer Digital Marketing at Children's Health Hospital, which is one of the top care facilities in the United States. We start the week with a conversation about the current landscape of the voice search industry. Show NotesConnect With:Courtney Cox Wakefield: Website // Linkedin // TwitterThe MarTech Podcast: Email // LinkedIn // TwitterBenjamin Shapiro: Website // LinkedIn //  Twitter
  3. Sponsored By Knit. This week we're doing a deep dive into one of the fastest rising technologies that's impacting content marketers: voice search. Each day this week we're going to publish an episode that discusses what you need to know to build a voice-enabled marketing strategy. Joining us for Voice Search Week is Courtney Cox Wakefield, who is the co-author of Voice Search: The New Search Engine and the Head of Consumer Digital Marketing at Children's Health Hospital, which is one of the top care facilities in the United States. We began the week with a conversation about the current landscape of the voice search industry, and today we're going to focus on how the major players in the voice search industry are different and who's going to win. Show NotesConnect With: Courtney Cox Wakefield: Website // Linkedin // TwitterThe MarTech Podcast: Email // Linkedin // TwitterBenjamin Shapiro: Website // Linkedin // Twitter
  4. Sponsored By Knit. Welcome to day five of our deep dive into one of the fastest rising technologies that's impacting content marketers: voice search. Each day this week we're going to publish an episode that discusses what you need to know to build a voice-enabled marketing strategy. Joining us for Voice Search Week is Courtney Cox Wakefield, who is the co-author of Voice Search: The New Search Engine and the Head of Consumer Digital Marketing at Children's Health Hospital, which is one of the top care facilities in the United States. So far this week we've talked about the landscape of the voice search industry, how the major players are different and who's poised to win in this space, and how voice search is impacting SEO and Content Marketing industries. Today, we are going to talk about the future of voice search. Show NotesConnect With: Courtney Cox Wakefield: Website // Linkedin // TwitterThe MarTech Podcast: Email // Linkedin // TwitterBenjamin Shapiro: Website // Linkedin // Twitter
  5. Thanks to Siri, Alexa and Google Home – among other devices – voice search is having a huge impact on content marketing, and will account for nearly half of all searches by 2020. Which makes sense when you think of the consumer convenience it offers with better efficiency and cool tech options.  But as Courtney Cox Wakefield reminds us, optimizing your content for voice search is a totally different beast than optimizing for text. So if you want to be found in voice search, you need to make some changes to your current SEO and content marketing strategies.
  6. Position Zero Month. Rise above the digital noise and join us this month as we explore Google's top spot and what you and your brand can do to get there. Show Notes Connect With: Jordan Koene: Website // LinkedInBenjamin Shapiro: Website // LinkedIn //  Twitter
  7. Position Zero Month. Today, our guest speaker Courtney Cox Wakefield discusses the 4 pillars of building out a content strategy in pursuit of Position Zero: Audience Research, Competitor Research, Content Optimization and Technical Optimization. Guest Courtney Cox Wakefield, Digital Marketing Manager at Children's Health will share her best practices for optimizing Position Zero worthy content. Show Notes Connect With: Courtney Cox Wakefield: Website // LinkedIn Benjamin Shapiro: Website // LinkedIn //  Twitter
  8. Position Zero Month. Today, our guest speaker Alex Scoble walks us through optimizing content for both Position Zero and Voice Search. Alex Scoble is the Chief Marketing Officer for FlightGuru.com. Show NotesConnect With: Alex Scoble: Website // LinkedIn Benjamin Shapiro: Website // LinkedIn //  Twitter
  9. Position Zero Month. Today, Jordan Koene, CEO Searchmetrics joins us for the wrap-up episode to Position Zero Month. Listen now to understand Zero's impact on your brand and so that you can hear Jordan's take on: Technical Strategy Content Strategy Voice Search and the future of Position Zero. Show NotesConnect With: Jordan Koene: Website // LinkedInBenjamin Shapiro: Website // LinkedIn //  Twitter
  10. We're pumped to introduce our new podcast, For Folx Sake. Our host Courtney Cox Wakefield lives in Dallas, TX with her wife Hollis, their kid, dog, and five cats. (Yeah, I know, lesbians with 5 cats. Shocker.)From being outed in their faith community as a teenager to being physically assaulted walking into a women's restroom, Courtney has had some pretty awful experiences of marginalization. But she's also experienced the joy and belonging of communities that have celebrated their authentic self. At For Folx Sake, it's our mission to help our listeners cultivate inclusive communities. Each episode, we will sit down with folx from business, faith, education, and more to hear their stories and learn from their biggest mistakes. All to inspire you to cultivate inclusion in your own communities.You know, not just queer people. Folx of all backgrounds - people of color, immigrants, people with disabilities, Muslims...you get the picture.Our first episode will launch on October 1st, so subscribe now on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. In the meantime, you can follow us on Twitter and Facebook at @forfolxsake or on Instagram at @ForFolxSakePod. Or, if you'd like to support our podcast, you can do so at patreon.com/forfolxsake.Connect with us:Subscribe to our email newsletterTake our audience surveySupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/forfolxsake)
  11. For our first episode, I sat down with content expert Emily Triplett Lentz of HelpScout to discuss how non-inclusive language can alienate our audience. During the episode, she shares some examples of non-inclusive language that hide in our every day speech and gives us practical tips to make our content inclusive. Episode Links:Inclusive Style GuideHelpScout for GoodConnect with Emily:TwitterLinkedInConnect with us:Subscribe to our email newsletterTake our audience surveySupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/forfolxsake)
  12. Ruth Carter, esq. is a non-binary lawyer, author and speaker specializing in business, intellectual property, social media and internet law, and interestingly, flash mob law. They are a columnist for Attorney at Work and a contributor for Law Technology News. have also authored three books. Ruth recently went through the process of changing their gender marker on their birth certificate and shares the accompanying challenges in this episode.Episode Links:Intersex & Genderqueer Recognition Project (IGRP)Church ClarityConnect with Ruth:WebsiteTwitterLinkedInYouTubePersonal BlogConnect with us:Subscribe to our email newsletterTake our audience surveySupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/forfolxsake)
  13. Chanise Condren is the co-owner of Electric Kitchen, a vegan food prep and pop-up. She is also a comedian and host of the Get Intuit podcast. Together with her partner, she runs multiple businesses, rescues animals, and serves as chosen family to many people in the Dallas community.On this episode, we discussed how marginalized people with intersectional privilege can leverage their power to make space for other folx that are traditionally left out.Connect with Chanise:TwitterInstagramConnect with us:Subscribe to our email newsletterTake our audience surveySupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/forfolxsake)

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