Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle let’s us know that we can’t possibly know both the exact location and the exact velocity of an object. People operate on the same level: Us marketers rarely know both where our audience is going and how fast they’ll get there. Content Marketing is a way to improve your aim and better connect your message with your target audience. But actually making the connection? That’s more art than science. In this session, we’ll look at some case studies of how science and art came together for success.
Watching TV as a kid, I used to run to the bathroom during the shows so I could make it back for the commercials. Those days launched me down a path that included layout and writing for the college paper; communications strategy for political campaigns; marketing strategy and graphic design for Gensler (a global design and architecture firm); and the implementation of new programming, animation and design techniques for Centerline.
Today I specialize in content marketing strategy and building digital deliverables to execute those strategies. But it’s about more than just creating killer digital content. At Centerline, we help clients succeed in the digital marketplace using a three-pronged approach: strategic (message creation, brand strategy), tactical (design, development), and analytical (measurement and adaptation). This experience-tested approach allows me to build campaigns that are both well-designed and effective for clients like IBM, DuPont and CEI.
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