65: It takes a village to build a dashboard

When designing a dashboard, it’s important to focus on the decisions you want to make, rather than just the metrics you want to track. Before building your dashboard, consider your audience and bring together the right people to answer key questions. This will help you create a prototype of your first version.More

64: Procrastinator’s guide to Google Analytics 4

I am going to tell you GA4 is getting a much worse rap that it deserves precisely because so many marketers have been deep in GA3/UA for so long. Changing habits is tough, and GA4 makes it more challenging because of a new interface, not too mention a completely different approach to web analytics. No big deal – you can learn all this in a Sunday afternoon, right?More

62: Ramli John: Writing the book on product-led onboarding

Today we’re joined by Ramli John, he started what’s widely known as one of the top marketing podcasts on the planet, Growth Marketing Today and he wrote a book called Product-Led Onboarding. Today he’s Director of Content at one of the top no-code onboarding tools in Appcues.More

61: Nick DeWilde: How marketers can get started in web3

We’re joined by Nick deWilde, one of the founders of Invisible College and Decentraliens NFT. We dive into Nick’s journey leading up to his decision to leave a rocketship and go independant on the path to web3. We talk about the Great Online Game, why every marketer should get the opportunity to jump into a web3 project, what’s the founding story behind Invisible College and how to chat with web3 skeptics.More

60: Kamil Rextin: Death to personal branding and dark social

Today on the show we have a veteran of the SaaS marketing industry, we’re joined by Kamil Rextin. He’s a father, a founder, a podcaster, a community moderator, the author of the 42/ newsletter, a neurodivergent advocate… but most of his time is shamelessly spent on memes and hot takes on Twitter. We get into analytics, dark social, media company narratives and why you don’t need a personal brand.More

59: Emma Paajanen: Marketing a technical product to a technical audience

Our guest today is Emma Paajanen. She’s inventing new and powerful ways to engage with customers as VP of Marketing at Aiven, an open source data startup turned Unicorn, headquartered in Helsinki with hubs all over the world like Berlin, Boston, Paris, Toronto, some employees even work in a mountainside van.More

57: Adriana Gil Miner: Marketing is the most diverse department

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.More

56: Michael King: Decoding Search Engine Algorithms

What’s up everyone, on the show today we have one of the planet’s leading search engine marketers. We’re joined by Mike King. He’s the founder and CEO of iPullRank, an awarding-winning SEO agency. In 2020 he was named Search Marketer of the Year by Search Engine Land, and has been a Global Associate for Moz for more than 10 years. He’s been on the cutting edge of technical SEO his entire career, and he’s currently working on an upcoming book, the science of SEO: Decoding Search Engine Algorithms.More