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How To Personalize Marketing With AI-Generated Language & Content


Content plays an important role in generating, nurturing, and converting leads. However, many marketers struggle with creating messaging that resonates with people and drives results. 

Join us as we explore language personalization using artificial intelligence and machine learning solutions. And rest assured, you don’t need to be a data scientist or have vast automation expertise to learn and gain actionable ideas from this episode. 

About Amy Heidersbach:

Amy Heidersbach is Chief Marketing Officer for Persado, where she oversees global marketing efforts. The daughter of an advertising executive, Amy is a lifelong marketer. She’s made a career out of leading transformational B2B and B2C marketing and brand initiatives. With a commitment to “full-stack, integrated marketing,” Amy has a 20+ year track record of success building authentic brands, launching innovative products, creating categories, and scaling businesses in a variety of industries.

AI For Marketers: Practical Uses Across The Customer Journey


Artificial intelligence is here now, and here to stay. Marketers can use AI to automate hundreds of repetitive tasks that occur throughout the customer journey. The challenge: where to start? 

This episode is your jumping-off point. You’ll learn the benefits of using AI in your marketing. Plus, how to use AI to generate leads and shorten the sales cycle for better business results.

About Paul Roetzer:

Paul Roetzer is founder and CEO of PR 20/20 and Marketing AI Institute; author of Marketing Artificial Intelligence (BenBella, 2022), The Marketing Performance Blueprint (Wiley, 2014), and The Marketing Agency Blueprint (Wiley, 2012); and creator of the Marketing AI Conference (MAICON). A graduate of Ohio University’s E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, Roetzer has consulted for hundreds of organizations, from startups to Fortune 500 companies.

How To Win At Retail In The Changing CPG Landscape

The CPG industry is rapidly changing. Retailers are faced with ongoing challenges, from changing shopper behaviors and labor shortages to supply chain disruptions and beyond.

In his conversation with Tessa Burg, guest Will Salcido shares how we can “win” in the evolving CPG landscape by combining data with storytelling. Hear about what data is important to retail buyers, common stories that sell, how to align with retail strategies and more on this episode of Lead(er) Generation.


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How To Use Intent Data To Find In-Market Leads

Your prospects may be looking for a solution to a problem that your company can solve. But they’re not contacting your salespeople for help. They’re searching for answers, reading content and comparing options online.



Mike Farrell joins us to talk about intent data—buying signals that show which prospects are actively looking for potential solutions. Hear how you can use intent data to reach higher-quality leads earlier in the buyer journey. Plus, provide the most relevant content to address their pain points and guide their decision-making process.

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What Value Do Brand Communities Offer B2B Businesses?


Before the pandemic, B2B customer engagement typically happened in person during sales calls, meetings, trade shows, demos, and more. With the shift to virtual communication, B2B companies must think about how to engage with customers and improve their experience online.

In this episode, we’ll hear about the importance of communities from Mark Donnigan, an expert in marketing for startups. We’ll talk about how to apply those principles to enterprise businesses to connect your customers with each other and with your B2B brand. Discover the trickle-down effects of customer community, from better customer experience, satisfaction, and loyalty to drive business growth.

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B2B eCommerce: The Evolution Of Online Grocery


How have customer expectations evolved in the food and grocery industry? What role do digital and e-commerce play in the selection and purchase process? We’ll explore these questions and more with Jay Scherger, the Director of Ecommerce Accelerator at Kroger. After this episode, you’ll have a better understanding of how we—as B2C, B2C, B2C2B and B2B digital marketers—can make shopping an easier and more enjoyable experience for customers.  

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Can Reporting Dashboards Drive B2B Growth?


As sophisticated B2B digital marketers, we’re tracking, measuring, and making more data-driven decisions than ever before. So how are we doing? Most of us have a reporting dashboard (or several) to visualize KPIs. But are you receiving actionable data? 

Dave Hurt, CEO, and Co-Founder of the Verb Data experience platform, helps us better understand how to get more out of our reporting dashboards. Learn more about what makes a good dashboard and how to receive actionable insights that make the biggest impact on B2B business.

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How Automation Brings B2B Marketers Closer To Customers


In this episode, we explore the impact that IoT and AI-powered solutions have on manufacturing and industrial businesses. Learn how B2B marketers can introduce new revenue streams, get closer to their customers and deliver self-directed experiences that delight and retain customers.  

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What Role Does Brand Play In B2B Marketing?


B2B companies tend to separate “brand” and “digital” and two independent functions. Our guest, Kip Botirius, has deep experience in both brand development and digital marketing for consumer and commercial businesses. Today, we’ll explore the role of a strong B2B brand and the impact it has on creating effective digital marketing experiences that generate leads and convert them into customers.  

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Why B2B Leaders Need Marketing Operations


People, process, data and technology all play critical roles in B2B lead generation. But how well is your managing and optimizing performance in these areas?

Dan Lukens explains how a Marketing Operations Manager adds value to an organization by keeping these functions focused on marketing and sales strategy. Plus, adapting them to changing conditions so your marketing is most effective.

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