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Wednesday, July 7, 2010
Jay Ehret has published on Power to the Small Business! his latest podcast featuring Marketer's Roundtable 6 during which Jay Miletsky, Rich Becker and I sat around a virtual roundtable and discussed current marketing issues with Jay Ehret, our host.
I had a blast!
We each brought to the table our very own hot marketing topic or issue. We each had the opportunity to voice opinions and ideas on one another's topics. Jay Ehret kept us on track as he added his own perspectives!
Jay Miletsky, CEO of Mango! Creative Juice, started us out with the first topic: On Marketers and Social Media Reality.
Rich Becker, President of Copywrite, Ink, went next and introduced On Managing and Measuring the Marketing Mix.
C.B. Whittemore, Chief Simplifier of Simple Marketing Now, [that's me :-)] introduced On Blending Online and Offline Marketing.
Finally, Jay Ehret, Chief Officer of Awesomeness at The Marketing Spot, brought up On Being Different vs. Being Better. His source of inspiration for the topic was Different: Escaping the Competitive Herd. [Have you read it? It sounds fascinating!]
Please do listen to the podcast. It lasts 34 minutes and is available by clicking on this link to Marketers Roundtable 6 - Current Marketing Issues. The link also includes show notes and selected quotes organized by marketing topic.
If you'd like to download an MP3 copy of the podcast [for personal use only], you can do so by clicking on this link to Power to the Small Business #59.
More information on my fellow roundtable marketers:
Blog: Jay Miletsky
Blog: Copywrite, Ink
Blog: Flooring The Consumer & Simple Marketing Blog
Blog: The Marketing Spot
Thanks, Jay, for the opportunity.
Thanks, Jay, Rich and Jay, for a thought-provoking marketing discussion.
Special thanks to Rich for his nice 'simplifier' comments!
I'd love to hear what you think - including what topics you suggest that Jay address in his next Marketers' Roundtable Discussion!