Ask yourself if you should double down on additional areas like data and API services, getting closer to product and customers or starting to learn about ethics and data privacy. Today we’ll help you reflect on different options to investigate as you navigate through this future landscape and what job titles of the future might be in store for marketers.
The impact of AI on the job market is difficult to predict in 5 years let alone 10. The only way to future proof your career and position yourself to thrive in an increasingly AI-driven economy is by staying informed and developing new skills.
It’s not like our jobs are gonna vanish overnight, but the shift is happening faster than many of us realize. AI’s no longer just a loosely backed buzzword; it’s doing things today that we used to think were impossible. So, as marketers, we’ve gotta take this tech seriously.
While it doesn’t always have to be set in stone, a roadmap helps your team stay accountable to certain tasks and deliverables but it’s also a focus weapon that arms you with the ability to say no to new requests. You work on priorities and capacity, you share it with other departments for feedback and it becomes marching orders.
Understanding how a dashboard is powered, and having a sense of what is possible and what is not, is a crucial differentiator. Too often, I have seen dashboard projects built in a vacuum, disconnected from the reality of the data and the systems that support them. In these cases, valuable time and resources are wasted building an idealistic dashboard that cannot be implemented or used effectively.
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.
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?
Season 1 featured our first 50 episodes, 20 of which were guest episodes. In today’s episode we’re going to recap our key takeaways from each guest episode in season 1.
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.
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.