Today on the show we are joined by Adriana Gil Miner. Born and raised in Venezuela, she’s a 20+ year marketing exec who got her start as a data analyst and went on to work at American Express. She then worked with some of the top brands in the world after moving into PR and digital strategy at Weber Shandwick, an A-list agency according to Ad-age. Adriana then ended up going through a wild growth ride leading Brand marketing at Tableau– a well known analytics platform. Today, she’s CMO at Iterable, one of the top customer-led marketing automation platforms on the planet.
Today we’re joined by India Waters. Based in Atlanta Georgia, she’s a community management expert with a deep appreciation for startups. She currently leads growth and technology partnerships at MessageGears, a customer marketing platform for enterprise customers.
Hustle culture is dying. You deserve better pay, more flexible hours, less meetings, better benefits and better leadership. Last season in episode 048, we told you when to quit your job. In today’s episode, we’ll walk you through a simple playbook for finding a good job, with a company you love.
What’s up everyone! Today we have a super special guest on the show, this interview is more than 12 months in the making – You probably already follow him on Twitter – I’ve personally learned a bunch from him and know you’re going to get a lot of value from our conversation today. Today we’re joined by Corey Haines.
Half of all podcasts have fewer than 14 episodes. When we started Humans of Martech, we were determined not to become a statistic. As we near the end of our first season and approach our 50th episode, we wanted to give you a peek behind the curtain to see how we think about this show. For us, at least, the idea of hitting 50 episodes is a big milestone — and anyone thinking of starting their own shows — whether it’s a personal project or for your company — needs to be prepared to put in some work.
Being successful and happy in marketing requires having a True North for your career. Sometimes, that means recognizing that your current workplace isn’t helping you advance your career. It could be you’re not happy with your work culture or work for a bad manager; or, it could be that it’s time to move on to acquire the skills needed to reach the next level.
The marketing landscape is vast, the landscape of doom has as many vendors as their are stars in our galaxy. The T-shaped marketer model is good for folks early in their career — perhaps. I think it’s too regimented, formulaic, and encourages marketers all to acquire the same set of skills — albeit with your own unique depth. I propose a marketing constellation.
We’re going to argue two main points: First, no-code is absolutely the future for marketing and that it opens up exciting possibilities (aka, democratizes digital marketing). Second, what really qualifies as a no-code tool is much more narrow and potentially useful than you might find elsewhere on the Internet.
Sometimes, marketing can look a lot like archaeology. Unearthing ancient artifacts, reverse engineering them, and trying to understand how they were used by your ancestors. As marketers, we need to be experts at carefully extracting these artifacts, evaluating their worth, and deciding whether to revitalize them or put them in a museum.
In this episode, we’re going to give you tips on how to be super productive without working long hours. We’ll cover strategies to fit healthy habits in your routine and help you find ways to shut down and focus on yourself, your family and friends.