“It isn’t what you can do for me,” Tom said. “It’s what can I do for you. While I’ve only been on the job for a few weeks, maybe there is something Marketing needs to do for you,” he said with a bemused smile.
At the end of another blog entry (one of the best read) titled “All know the way; few actually walk it. ~Bodhidharma,” I quoted Giraudoux’s famous saying, “Only the mediocre are always at their best.”
As typically happens when we read something like this, we assume “the mediocre” is always someone else. It’s certainly not us.
Digital Marketing overall has a growing interest for us. As such we are looking at salaries for these positions. We will search out salaries and job descriptions and conduct interviews on SLMA Radio (Live) and podcasts about digital marketing management.
Why it's Important
SLMA's interest lies in measurement of marketing because we believe if you can't measure it you can't manage it.
Our last salary post about digital marketing is this one:
This Podcast Answers:
Have we dehumanized marketing? We talk with Susan Emerick, a long standing social media advocate to understand how being a data-driven marketer improves and enhances your have we dehumanized marketing?
Data-driven communication is the buzz word in marketing as we are being held accountable for our efforts and our budgets. Metrics, measurement, and milestones are the vocabulary of today, but does that mean awareness, engagement and loyalty no longer matter? In our focus on big data and data science, have we dehumanized marketing? Today we talk with Susan Emerick, a long standing social media advocate to understand how being a data-driven marketer improves and enhances your social presence and infuses the soul of marketing.
ABOUT THE GUEST – SUSAN EMERICK
Tips and tricks from the field, Rhoan Morgan, your host and CEO of DemandLab chats with Delinda Tinkey, Sr. Sales and Marketing Automation Manager at Evolve IP.
With over 5,000 martech solutions available today, it’s no surprise that marketers are outspending IT on technology investments, or that they’re using an average of 91 technology systems to support their marketing strategies. In this program, DemandLab CEO Rhoan Morgan interviews Delinda Tinkey, Sr. Sales and Marketing Automation Manager at Evolve IP who provides tips on how to:
Why It Matters
"You have to ask yourself, ‘Can I forecast the sales results for a lead generation campaign?’ “ If you can't, this is called gambling. Gambling is based on Luck and Marketing has no place for gamblers."
James W. Obermayer