As we approach the end of the year, B2B marketers (and lots of other folks) are rolling out predictions for 2015. Much like the past few years, we are seeing a lot of talk about the increased use of analytics in marketing, and a trend toward holding marketers accountable for bottom-line results.
One way for a small company to get noticed is to pick a fight with a well-known firm using the principles of content marketing. What I think of as a giant killer. This blog will show how the little guy, J Carlo Cannel pulled of huge coup by writing a letter to Jim Cramer (big financial influencer) and then getting it covered in the New York Times.
It’s not uncommon for several people to shuffle through the CMO role. Why? Are talented CMOs really so rare? Do companies have irrational expectations? Or are other forces at play?