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091 - IMPACT16 IMPACT16 Women's Leadership Group feat. Briana Ramos
"There are so many things to what makes a great leader but one of the most often overlooked is your character." - Briana Ramos In This Episode: What makes a great leader? [2:11] Briana's biggest advice to young women [3:40] Briana's background as a teacher in the nonprofit world [4:15] How Briana has used networking to solve specific problems [7:20] Resources: podcast@imanetwork.org www.thebuzzbrand.com 
086 - Charlie Kirkconnell, Sinan Kanatsiz, and Why Cayman Might Make Sense for Your Business
In This Episode: The recent IMPACT16 event in the Cayman Islands How the IMA and Cayman Enterprise City started working together How the IMPACT conference has evolved over time Why starting a business in the Cayman Islands doesn’t work the way Hollywood shows it Why digital is so important in growth   Resources: http://imanetwork.org/ima-and-cayman-enterprise-city/
001: Sinan Kanatsiz: Proven Internet Marketing Strategies for the Next Generation
Sinan Kanatsiz has effectively made his mark as an outstanding entrepreneur. In 1998, while studying for a master’s degree at Chapman University, he followed his entrepreneurial spirit and formed his first company, KCOMM, a Public Relations and Internet marketing agency. The company quickly evolved into a full-service marketing, government affairs and event marketing firm known for its Internet expertise and results-oriented approach. In less than ten years, Sinan grew the firm to several million dollars in revenue, opening business centers in Dallas, New York, Dubai, Istanbul, Montreal, London, Argentina and Delhi.
005: Christoph Trappe: Content Marketing on a Shoestring
Christoph Trappe is a master story teller. His background as a journalist gives him a robust foundation upon which to adapt storytelling techniques to modern marketing strategies. He has applied his storytelling skills to support marketing and community building efforts across industries like finance and healthcare in both non-profits and for-profit companies.
080 - Business Innovation & Entrepreneurship featuring Egil Moller Nielsen pt 1
In This Episode: Why supply chain and logistics is a great first job to get a “global” experience of the world. What it was like working at LEGO during its turnaround period. Why he was hesitant to accept another job in the toy industry. How SmartCentres developed the idea for Penguin pickup and Penguin Fresh. How paying attention to the direction the world is going can lead to great ideas. Quote: Our job was to figure out how we could free up some cash in the short term in order to make longer term decisions.
079 - Jeff Sanders, Digital Marketing Manager, Life Fitness
In This Episode: How Jeff used the school of hard knocks to carve out his space at Life Fitness. How LifeFitness is using technology and language partners to efficiently manage an international presence. The convergence between marketing technology and marketing psychology. An inside look at Life Fitness’ transformation of their marketing strategy. How Jeff Sanders developed the moniker “JSand for Mayor”.   Quote: “Really what we are trying to do is create an impact across the globe.” - Jeff Sanders
035: Entertainment Marketing with Sr. VP NBC Entertainment Claudio Ludovisi,
We spend a lot of time on IMA Leader talking about modern marketing but after more than half a century, Television has dominated the advertising landscape – especially for brands seeking national exposure. The unique thing about TV is that is both transcends and capitalizes on internet marketing techniques. Few people are better positioned to talk about entertainment marketing than Claudio Ludovisi. As Senior Vice President of Operational Strategy for Marketing and Digital at NBC Entertainment, Claudio has an extensive career leading initiatives across all aspects of entertainment marketing.
084 - Deriving Value from Instagram with Curalate and Christoph Trappe
In This Episode: How to convert digital imagery into real value and dollars. Why your landing pages need to be optimized for mobile when marketing on instagram. Why getting on Instagram today will benefit you in the long term. Why visual marketing is about two way interactions. Why you need to make your images work as hard as they can for you. Watch the Webinar: http://bit.ly/imaleadervideo
011: Impact14 Recap Part 1
What an incredible conference! Impact14 brought IMA members together from across the globe. I loved meeting some amazing marketers and some incredible companies. This is the first of a series of Impact14 podcasts sharing interviews with the IMA members who attended.  This episode is focused on night one.  Just the initial few hours of the event.
013: Brian Wong CEO of Kiip at Impact14
Brian Wong is the 23 year old Canadian who co-founded and is now CEO of Kiip. Brian shares what he realized while walking the aisle of a plane four years ago that turned into him starting Kiip and landed him on the cover of entrepreneur magazine.  Brian had an amazing message and he delivered it just like a marketer should. He told a bunch of fun stories. Get ready for another ten minutes of incredible value from a leader in our industry.
009: IMA Today 22 Sept 14
Internet Marketing Association members get the latest updates on Impact14 – the IMA annual digital marketing conference going on this week in fantastic Las Vegas!  We’ll give you a brief update on Apple’s latest product launch and introduce you to Justin Klein.  Justin’s an IMA member whose firm helps marketing professionals save themselves from the liability of managing the agency’s 401k.
030: Rand Fishkin Founder of Moz on Turning Failures into Successes
Rand Fishkin has journeyed from founder to CEO and now is a happy individual contributor of one of the fastest growing internet marketing related companies in the last five years. He shares his thoughts on learning from failures and knowing when to hand over the reigns.
022: Not for the Faint of Heart with Andrea Ward
Andrea Ward is the Vice President of Marketing at Oracle Marketing Cloud. Andrea's insights help marketing professionals know what to emulate and what to avoid in this rapidly changing industry. In addition to discussing her distinguished career, Andrea talks about the skills that make a sucessful marketer today compared to a successful marketer a decade ago.
020: Marketing Heavyweights from Microsoft and NOOK
New jobs, new format and hot guests including Jeff Marcoux CMO Lead @ Microsoft and Jeanniey Mullen VP of Marketing @ NOOK by Barnes & Noble. Learn about upcoming IMA events in your area, a hot new job opportunity from Tableau Software and get to know IMA Board Member Jeff Marcoux whose job at Microsoft is helping marketers do their jobs better.
006: Michael Lummus: Designing Better Experiences Through ‘Paid’ and ‘Owned’ Integration
Michael Lummus leads Digital Marketing strategy for Teradata. Teradata is a giant in the field of marketing optimization. The company works with 10,000 professionals across 43 countries helping organizations collect, integrate, and analyze all of their data so they can know more about their customers and do more of what’s really important. Teradata’s marketing and analytic applications—available on premise or in the cloud – leverage data to improve marketing effectiveness, determine profitability, and forecast demand.
004: Tim McMullen: The Era of the Marketing Scientist
Tim McMullen is a past president of the American Advertising Federation of Nashville. He speaks nationally on the two topics he knows best, company culture and integrated marketing. Tim is founder and CEO of redpepperredpepper. redpepper is an ad agency by day and invention lab by night. The company helps clients understand and capitalize on the convergence of technology and marketing and the tools companies now have to better engage with their audience. redpepper has offices in Atlanta and Nashville.
024: Frank Luntz on Social Media, Communication and Politics
Frank Luntz is a listener. For years he has listened to people offer feedback about some of the biggest political topics of our day. He has been instrumental in framing conversations using terms like death tax and climate change that he is credited with coining. Luntz is a communicator’s communicator and his experience and insights can offer modern marketers lessons in how to successfully engage with an audience and position a product.
018: Brian Wong CEO of Kiip
Brian Wong tops Forbes’ List of 30 Under 30 in Advertising. At 23, he’s the co-founder and CEO of Kiip a company providing marketers with opportunities to delight potential customers rather than assault them with ads. Brian and I spent time together at the end of a long week in which he oversaw a hackathon to integrate Kiip technology into the latest wearable. Brian is the bleeding edge of our industry and he shared his history, his advice to entrepreneurs and issued a bold challenge to digital marketers.
065 - Live from IMPACT15, Director of Infrastructure at Ytel, Drew Matthews
In this Conversation We Cover: -  How Ytel is preparing for the transition to mobile marketing and the potential increase in inbound calls that comes with that. -  What factors to consider as the weight on your infrastructure gets heavier. -  Why you need to meet your client requirements and scale with them. About Our Guest: Drew Matthews is the Director of Infrastructure at Ytel. He is in charge of the security for Ytel’s Networking, Systems, and Programming avenues. About the Company: Ytel (@AskYtel) is a software communications firm with a passion to help businesses better communicate with leads, prospects, and customers. Episode Notes: In this conversation Drew and Dominick discuss the role Ytel plays in the communications industry and how they started by identifying a small opening in the industry. Drew goes on to share some of the factors he has to consider in his role as the Director of Infrastructure and the key principles he applies at Ytel to help ensure the company can meet their client’s needs. Finally, Drew shares why it is important to maximize your value to a client in order to grow with them.
047: Marketing Automation by Phone with DialogTech CEO Irv Shapiro
Not too long ago, we thought the age of inbound calls was dead. No one wanted your telephone number. They wanted your website so they could buy online instead of talk to a person. Today, inbound sales call trends are doubling. With people browsing via mobile it’s never been easier to press a button and be connected to a live person. Irv Shapiro, CEO of DialogTech shares more insights into how you can help convert someone from website browser to caller to buyer.
039: Oracle Marketing Cloud Sr. Director of Corporate Marketing Nick Bell on CMOs Serving Two Masters
We continue our conversation with the leaders of the Oracle Marketing Cloud with Nick Bell the Sr. Director of Corporate Marketing. We’re going to examine Nick’s role in this show and, in our next, Nick will be delivering his “For Love or Money” presentation about how CMOs deal with having two masters.
036: David May, Director of Web and Interactive Marketing at Chapman University on Website Change Best Practices
Mr. David May, Director of Web and Interactive Marketing at Chapman University, shares three key items to take into consideration when updating your website. Mr. May also offers some unique insights into team structure that can result in more effective communication with your audience.
046: What is the Marketing Cloud and Why do I Care with Microsoft CMO-Lead Jeff Marcoux
Jeff Marcoux is back on the show helping us understand an oft used term in our industry today – the Marketing Cloud. What is it? How will it help by business? What should I look for if I decide to buy a cloud service? Jeff covers those topics and offers some personal assistance to IMA members.
043: Greater Purpose Project Founder Lauren Burgoyne on Authentic Storytelling
Lauren Burgoyne has had a career as an on camera broadcast journalist. She’s also the founder of the Greater Purpose Project – a nonprofit focused on telling the stories of great people in our communities. Today she shares her insights as an IMA member focused on using celebrity to help amplify stories important to her and her organization.
074: The Power of Addressable TV with Brienna Pinnow
We get caught up in digital but at the end of the day, TV still has over $70b in ad spend each year. - Bri Pinnow Guest: Bri Pinnow [@BriennaP] has over 12 years of experience in digital sales, operations, solution architecture and product management. She has worked with some of the world's largest retail, financial services, automotive, CPG, insurance brands and advertising agencies and has implemented effective cross-channel strategies that harness the power of audience data and analytics. Company: For over 30 years, Experian Marketing Services [@ExperianMkt] has been a global leader in data-driven marketing. Today, the Experian Marketing Suite provides over 10,000 brands with consumer insights, analytics and marketing technology to drive customer acquisition, increase customer loyalty and improve marketing return on investment. In This Episode: What is Addressable TV and why is it so important? What Bri does as a part of the Experian marketing division How Experian uses the marketing suite to help marketers own the identity of their prospects and turn it into actionable strategies. Why it's important to meet customers where they are. How Experian Marketing developed their focus on addressable marketing.   Resources: IMA Leader 018 Brian Wong: CEO of Kiip [http://imanetwork.org/018-brian-wong/] IMA Leader Video Podcast [Bit.ly/ImaLeaderVideo]
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Podcast Details
Started
Sep 14th, 2014
Latest Episode
Nov 23rd, 2016
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
96
Avg. Episode Length
24 minutes
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