March 27, 2021

The Acronym Splitters, Irene and a Successful Content Cocktail Episode

The Acronym Splitters, Irene and a Successful Content Cocktail Episode
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This week I chat with Jeff Clark, Rockstar CMO Advisor, and former Forrester Research Director and we continue to talk about marketing technology acronyms, specifically Marketing Resource Management (MRM), and ask if it's a one-hit-wonder or Wonderwall while shoehorning in an excuse to quote Monty Python.

My guest this week is Dusseldorf based  Irene Nehrkorn-Kayn, is Director, Marketing at Exactag, a marketing attribution technology company that transforms the way marketers evaluate, measure, and optimize their campaigns and respective budgets. We talk about marketing attribution, her career from studying at the University of Wales, and what she would like to see us chuck into the Rockstar CMO Swimming Pool, our portal to hell for all the BS, snake oil, and hype that we don't like about this industry we love. 

Finally, we wind down the week with a cocktail in the Rockstar CMO virtual bar, with Robert Rose, Chief Troublemaker at The Content Advisory, and discuss why some content is successful, how you rate successful content while sipping one of his Friday concoction cocktails.   

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The wonderfulPiano Music is by Johnny Eastonshared under a creative commons license.

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