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Why Virtual Offices Are The Future Of Remote Working

John Jantsch (00:00): This episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast is brought to you by the MarTech Podcast, hosted by Benjamin Shapiro, brought to you by the HubSpot Podcast Network. Ben's episodes are so awesome. They're under 30 minutes. They share stories with world class marketers who use technology to generate growth and achieve business and career success. Ben ...
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How To Use Immersion To Create Amazing Experiences

Marketing Podcast with Dr. Paul J. Zak In this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I interview Dr. Paul J. Zak. Dr. Zak is a Professor at Claremont Graduate University. A four-time tech entrepreneur, his most recent company Immersion Neuroscience is a software platform that allows anyone to measure what the brain loves in real-time to improve outcomes in ...
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Listen Up: How B2B Marketers Are Expanding Social Listening Offline & Beyond

How can B2B marketers amp up their social media listening strategy and put it to use in other areas to become better all-around listeners? Social listening is a vital aspect of modern B2B marketing, providing valuable insight into current and potential future customers, yet many marketers treat it almost as an afterthought. Fundamental listening skills outside of the social realm ...
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5 Podcasting Trends Every B2B Marketer Should Know

We may have mentioned a time or two that podcasts are a great way for B2B marketers to release content. But since my first B2B podcasting post (way back in the before times of 2018, how naive we were), the landscape has changed significantly. Part of the shift is due to the pandemic and the remote/hybrid work boom that followed ...
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Weekend Favs October 1

My weekend blog post routine includes posting links to a handful of tools or great content I ran across during the week. I don’t go into depth about the finds, but I encourage you to check them out if they sound interesting. The photo in the post is a favorite for the week from an online source or one that ...
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B2B Marketing News: Rising B2B MarTech Spend, 10th Annual Data Never Sleeps Report, & LinkedIn Tops B2B Ad Spending

US B2B MarTech Spend Set for ~15% Rise This YearIn 2022 marketing technology spending is set to top $20 billion for the first time, with the B2B-specific segment growing by some 14.6 percent — slightly higher than overall combined B2C and B2B spending, according to newly-released survey data of interest to B2B marketers. MarketingCharts “An important part of a modern ...
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Semrush on How to Create B2B Content for Generation Z

While many B2B marketers are focused on Boomer and Millennial age senior marketing executives, what are B2B brands doing to connect with the next Generation of buyers? You know, those junior marketing pros born after 1997 aka Gen Z? Content Director at Semrush, @LenoxPowell, shared useful insights about connecting this up and coming group of customers that includes buyers of ...
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How Typeform Stands Out In A Crowded Market

Marketing Podcast with Karrie Sanderson In this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I interview Karrie Sanderson. Karrie is Chief Marketing Officer at Typeform, leading brand strategy, advertising, PR, internal communications, and DEI efforts as well as overseeing the internal creative studio. Questions I ask Karrie Sanderson: [1:12] How did diversity, equality, and inclusion land in the CMO job? ...
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A Startup Journey With GrubHub Founder Mike Evans

Marketing Podcast with Mike Evans In this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I interview Mike Evans. Mike founded GrubHub in his spare bedroom and grew it into the multi-billion-dollar online food delivery colossus that is a household name. Since leaving GrubHub, he founded Fixer.com, an on-demand handyperson service focused on social impact. He lives in Chicago with his ...
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