A popular topic here on Rockstar CMO, pulling together the backing band of employees and colleagues to not just improve the experience for the customer, but to become evangalists in our increasingly connected world. Jane Scandurra shares her experience of how we can make that happen.
Marketing rockstars pay close attention to the fans on the front row; their colleagues and employees. Here is a greatest hits compilation of articles that will help you engage and activate your organization’s employees to amplify your marketing.
Following the theme of partnership for this issue, John Andrews, CEO of Photofy shares how to engage the often-overlooked channel in the cubicles around you as Employee Created Content becomes a trusted source for influencers and buyers.
This month we kick off a new series, The Sample, where we whirl the dial on the interwebs, hit record and sample what we hear. The topic of this issue is the critical partnerships CMOs need to put on the marketing show.
Of all the collaborations we focus on as marketers, how often do we consider a duet with our former colleagues? There’s value in staying connected says Jane Scandurra
Marketing needs to realize that we aren’t the only ones holding the mic, we need to create a chorus with our colleagues across the business, from the cash register to the C suite, to create a hit marketing sound. Casey Petersen charts how we got here and what we do now.
It’s clear, our brand, service and value are in the hands of everyone in a business. In the Green Room this month we sit down with eight of our Rockstar CMOs and ask them how they approach getting employees engaged, in sharing the story
We asked our content marketing hero, Robert Rose, how he would approach the theme of this month’s issue – employee engagement – and he shares three steps to get everyone singing the same song.
Our resident Rockstar CMO, Ted Rubin, shares his secrets and suggests tools for going from experiment to advocacy with employee engagement.
We live in a culture where the simple act of distraction free thinking has become alien, day dreaming has been replaced with scrolling through a feed on our smart phones and the office is a place for the hustle, not to think – Ted Rubin believes we are missing a trick.
This issue regular Rock Star contributor John Andrews, serial entrepreneur, marketer and CEO of Photofy shares his journey, the bumps in the road and the next destination.