‘20 Women to Watch in Business’ Program Now Accepting Nominations

Lynden, WA - - Feb 18, 2019 - -
James Obermayer, executive director of The Sales Lead Management Association (SLMA), announced that the organization is accepting nominations for this year’s “20 Women to Watch in Business” recognition program. 

Nominations, accepted until midnight on Monday, April 1, 2019, are for women working in all areas of management for business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C) service companies.  Eligible company services include:  Artificial Intelligence (AI), marketing automation software, digital lead generation, direct marketing agencies, traditional branding agencies, enterprise resource planning and customer relationship management software, telemarketing and database companies, and sales lead management firms. This is the eighth year for SLMA’s recognition program.

Only SLMA members (membership is free) are permitted to nominate women leaders.  From those nominations, twenty will be selected as the “SLMA 20 Women to Watch in Business 2019.”   Winners, chosen by a panel of judges, will be announced on Monday, April 15, 2019 at 8 a.m. PST. 

Nominees are judged on their leadership contributions in B2B and B2C service/vendor companies.  Qualifications, such as book and article authorship, board positions, and speaking on behalf of the subjects of sales lead management and marketing ROI, are considered.  This program is not a popularity contest - - it is a judged event.     

Nominations for the “20 Women to Watch in Business 2019” are being accepted here.  

 About the Sales Lead Management Association

The SLMA has 7,000 worldwide members, and its website includes 300-plus articles written and provided by 60 industry authors.  Activities throughout the year include an active ‘opinionated’ blog, recognition for the ‘20 Women to Watch in Sales Lead Management,’ and the SLMALive Radio Program, currently with 474 episodes and 104,000 listeners. SLMA Radio is one of thirteen marketing and sales shows for at-work listeners on the Funnel Radio Channel.  For more information about SLMA, call Sue Campanale at (360) 933-1259.  The SLMA is a division of the Funnel Media Group.  # # #

Salary Marketing Technologist


Average Salary of Marketing Technologist Jobs 69,229/year

National Average  Range $24,000 -   $150,500

Range: $24,000/year$150,500

As of Feb 12, 2019, the average annual pay for a Marketing Technologist in the United States is $69,229 a year.

While ZipRecruiter is seeing annual salaries as high as $150,500 and as low as $24,000, the majority of Marketing Technologist salaries currently range between $39,500 (25th percentile) to $100,000 (75th percentile) across the United States. The average pay range for a Marketing Technologist varies modestly (up to $60,500), which suggests there may be fewer opportunities for advancement based on skill level, but increased pay based on location and years of experience is still possible.

To estimate the most accurate annual salary range for Marketing Technologist jobs, ZipRecruiter continuously scans its database of millions of active jobs published locally throughout America.

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Average Marketing Technologist Salary  $56,851

The average pay for a Marketing Technologist is $56,851 per year.


$34,905 - $82,434





Total Pay (?)

$29,799 - $138,926


These estimates are from sources on the same day (Feb 14, 2019).  Actual pay varies greatly by location. 


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Salary Marketing Technologist 2019

Salary Director of Marketing 2019

Funnel Radio Line-up Feb 14


Starting at 9 am our broadcast day includes Kevin Mulrane on INSIDE Inside Sales with Darryl Praill. Next Pat Morrissey and Sunny Bliss talk about why so many customer experiences suck. Mark Godley's guest on Data Dump, Rob Kornblum explains why good employees are what create tech culture. Paul Petersen welcomes Amy Guarino to expand on the topic of explainable AI. That takes us to 11:30 Pac with Matt Heinz and Anthony Iarrino -  Outbound Lives: Take Control of your Pipeline and Beat Your Competitors to Market. Cyndi Greenglass talks with Johannes Waldstein on the topic of Moneyball for Brands Meet eSports – You Have Met Your Match. 12:30 has Jim on with Jim Ninivaggi, Brainshark  Is There an ROI for Sale Enablement? Susan Finch welcomes back Amy Franko at 1pm to talk about the How and Why, or should it be Why then How? 

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The Big Fat Lie: CRM and Marketing Automation Plus AI Converts Prospects - Dan McDade

In the chaos of the marketing and sales tech stack, it is easy for marketing management to be misled into thinking the prospect’s experience is taken care of by the CRM system, Marketing Automation, a dash of AI and eventually salespeople, but this isn’t the case.

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PR Manager Salary 2019


Salary for  Public Relations Manager in the United States    $103,836

 The average Public Relations Manager salary in the United States is $103,836 as of January 31, 2019, but the range typically falls between $90,927 and $119,229. Salary ranges can vary widely depending on many important factors, including education, certifications, additional skills, the number of years you have spent in your profession. With more online, real-time compensation data than any other website, Salary.com helps you determine your exact pay target. 



Average Public Relations (PR) Manager Salary $64,504  Avg. Salary

$4,823  BONUS



The median Public Relations (PR) Manager has a base pay of $64,504. Salaries generally range from $41k to $97k. The median bonus is $4,823. Skills that can affect salary include Media / Public Relations, Marketing Communications, Corporate Communications, Press Releases, Social Media Marketing, Event Planning, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Word, Community Outreach / Activism, Strategic Planning, Client Interaction, Media Management, Technical Writing, Strategic Marketing, Social Media Optimization.


$40,864 - $96,791



$504 - $11,697


Profit Sharing

$0.00 - $12,122





Total Pay (?)

$40,174 - $100,387




PR Manager Salaries

About This Data

1,254 SalariesUpdated Feb 8, 2019

Average Base Pay


$49K Low     $70K Average    $96K  High

Additional Cash Compensation : Average$6,604

Range$999 - $16,567

 How much does a PR Manager make?

The national average salary for a PR Manager is $70,412 in United States. Filter by location to see PR Manager salaries in your area. Salary estimates are based on 1,254 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by PR Manager employees.


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Salaries - PR Director 2019

Salary Director of Marketing Communications

Falling to Reach Sales Forecast at Day 45? Here are the Most Common Reasons

‘How to Turn Around Failing Sales’ - Ebook

6a0147e05adc32970b01b8d284e456970c-320wiIf your year is already starting badly, take heart there is still time to do something about it. 

Author and publisher James Obermayer discusses 56 reasons companies fail  to reach sales forecasts and what to do about them.

The Funnel Media Group (FMG) has released an ebook entitled How to Turn Around Failing Sales: Fifty-six reasons companies fail to reach revenue forecasts and what to do about them.  The author, Funnel Media Group Publisher James W. Obermayer, draws on 20 years of experience as the principal of Sales Leakage Consulting, which is owned by FMG.  He is also the producer for the Funnel Radio Channel programming and founder of the Sales Lead Management Association, all of which are part of FMG.   The ebook, released through the Sales Lead Management Association ( a FMG company) is free, not gated and can be accessed here.

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The Faint of Heart Never Go for a Royal Flush

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Funnel Radio Line-up Feb 7


Expanding our day with the first episode of Road Warrior Radio at the end of the broadcast day 1pm Pacific. Darryl Praill welcome Dan Wardle of Vidyard talking about how video killed the radio star. Crack the code of sales enablement with Patrick Morrissey and Jim Lundy on Predictable Revenue Radio. Rhoan Morgan welcomes David Priemer discussing where the inside sales team live in your organization on Revenue Rebels. CRM Radio is a visit between host Paul Petersen and Jill Konrath. Alex Shootman talks about hitting your numbers the right way as he joins Matt Heinz on Sales Pipeline Radio. Chris Tully is on with John Asher: Get Breakthrough Sales Growth with an Injection of Outside Perspectives. And a big treat on Funnel Radio - Dan McDade joins Jim Obermayer discussing the Prospect Experience. It isn't marketing automation or CRM.

Listen live starting at 9am Pacific >

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