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Marketing Milestones Podcast: Real Stories from Rising Stars in B2B Marketing

Paul Taylor and Jason Hekl B2B Marketing Experts

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Marketing Milestones Podcast: Real Stories from Rising Stars in B2B Marketing

Paul Taylor and Jason Hekl B2B Marketing Experts

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The Marketing Milestones Podcast is dedicated to sharing the stories of today's up-and-coming B2B marketers, from strategy, to planning, to execution. Expect to hear tangible advice that you can make your own and implement, every time you listen. Each episode features an interview with a marketing executive or thought leader, exploring topics like: prospecting, lead generation, marketing automation, e-commerce, website optimization, email marketing, social media, agile marketing, account-based marketing, and more.

Latest Episodes

#44: 3 Perspectives on Account-Based Marketing w/ Mark Ogne

Some say ABM is old; some say it’s new. Our guest today, Mark Ogne, Founder of the ABM Consortium, can say he’s been around since ABM’s contemporary origins. Listen in as he shares his three perspectives on ABM As a marketing practitioner. As a marketing leader. As a researcher studying the practice.

39 MIN2018 JAN 30
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#44: 3 Perspectives on Account-Based Marketing w/ Mark Ogne

# 43 The Challenges of Marketing a Product in a New Category w/ Patrick Rogers

There are huge rewards if you can identify a problem in the market and solve it with a new category of technology. Studies have shown that companies who are successful in pioneering these categories end up owning the majority of the market cap associated with that category. But if you enter an established category, you’re fighting for your share and doing your best to show that your features are better than the next company’s. In this episode we interview Patrick Rogers, VP Marketing and Product Management at Cohesity, about creating a new category, why you don’t have as many barriers to entry, and even why it’s just simply fun to do.

31 MIN2017 DEC 26
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# 43 The Challenges of Marketing a Product in a New Category w/ Patrick Rogers

#42: How Gainsight is Using Events to Spread the Word About Customer Success Management w/ Anthony Kennada

Anthony Kennada, the CMO at Gainsight, is hoping to see a Chief Customer Officer on every executive team in the nation. Anthony’s team members are experts at crafting industry events that promote engagement and provide valuable resources for customers long after the showroom floors have closed. In this episode of The Marketing Milestones Podcast, Paul and Anthony discuss the specifics of Customer Success Management, getting executives to buy into the concept, and how Gainsight came to create highly efficient and effective industry events.

40 MIN2017 DEC 19
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#42: How Gainsight is Using Events to Spread the Word About Customer Success Management w/ Anthony Kennada

#41: All About Blockchain Marketing w/ Viewstream's Joshua Shane

It’s an exciting time in marketing. A big reason for that excitement is blockchain marketing. Few people are experts on blockchain technology, but it seems that everyone is scrambling to get there. In this episode we interview Joshua Shane, Managing Director and VP of Strategy at Viewstream. Joshua says blockchain today reminds him of “The Internet” back in the ‘90s: it’s at the beginning of its maturity, everyone can see the verticals they can apply it to, and they’re looking to understand best practices as fast as possible.

44 MIN2017 DEC 12
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#41: All About Blockchain Marketing w/ Viewstream's Joshua Shane

#40: Why the SDR Function Deserves Your Full Attention w/ Adam New-Waterson

Technology is exploding around us. There are thousands upon thousands of technologies to choose from. Adam New-Waterson, Vice President of Demand Generation at RevJet, is well-versed in new technology. He’s learned to assess the needs of his business and seek out a technology that solves it. He’s got the process down to a science. In this episode, Adam shares how he chooses technology before moving on to discuss the critical role of SDRs—and why overlooking it is a major mistake.

41 MIN2017 DEC 5
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#40: Why the SDR Function Deserves Your Full Attention w/ Adam New-Waterson

#39: Implementing the Demand Unit Waterfall for ABM w/ Mollie Bodensteiner

Mollie Bodensteiner, Vice President of Marketing at FunnelWise, was one of the first people to take on the challenge of implementing the Demand Unit Waterfall. The Waterfall aligned well to FunnelWise’s ABM strategy, so Mollie went all in. She started doing research, and there wasn’t a lot out there about how to build it within your Salesforce and marketing automation platforms. That’s when she dove in and tried to identify what it meant for FunnelWise. Listen in as she shares her experiences implementing the Waterfall for her company.

27 MIN2017 NOV 28
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#39: Implementing the Demand Unit Waterfall for ABM w/ Mollie Bodensteiner

#38 How Philips is Succeeding in 17 Different Markets Through the Art of Listening to Local Feedback w/ Antonio Espinoza

Our guest today is Antonio Espinoza, Global Head of Digital and Marketing Communications at Philips. Once known for their televisions and light bulbs, Philips has made the full transition to focusing on healthcare products. Being 126 years old, Philips can often run into problems reacting slowly to market changes, but Antonio is looking to usher in a new era of pro-active solutions. This interview covers how Antonio has begun to right the ship in his department through researching which marketing metrics to focus on, establishing a regular cadence of communication with his teams, and listening to local voices in each of the 17 different markets Philips is present in all around the globe.

25 MIN2017 NOV 21
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#38 How Philips is Succeeding in 17 Different Markets Through the Art of Listening to Local Feedback w/ Antonio Espinoza

#37: Trustworthy Data, the ABM/Inbound Debate, and Why You Should Push Your Product Team w/ Zak Pines

Our guest today is Zak Pines, Vice President of Marketing at Bedrock Data and author of the “Stories from a Moneyball Marketer” blog. Zak explains that when sales and marketing have confidence in the data in front of them, a lot of good things happen—included the end of wasted meetings. He also covers why you should use your own product and push your product team as well as his take on the balance between outbound ABM and inbound efforts.

41 MIN2017 NOV 14
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#37: Trustworthy Data, the ABM/Inbound Debate, and Why You Should Push Your Product Team w/ Zak Pines

#36 The 4 “I” Traits of a Great New Marketing Hire w/ Shail Khiyara

Marketing has moved from being in a broadcasting mode to being more in a listening mode. It’s about getting the customer stories out into the marketing place—which starts with effective listening. To effectively listen, you need great marketers, and great marketers take risks. In this episode Shail Khiyara, Chief Customer Officer at Blue Prism, shares the four I’s of essential traits he looks for in new hires and talks about some of the amazing things Blue Prism is up to in the robotic process automation space.

25 MIN2017 NOV 8
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#36 The 4 “I” Traits of a Great New Marketing Hire w/ Shail Khiyara

#35: How to Win Over Prospects Using a Personalization Platform w/ Andy Zimmerman

Personalization is such a huge piece of marketing, especially the account-based variety. It gives you a leg-up with your prospects. We’re swimming in data. More and more marketing has become data-driven. The challenge is, what do we do with it all? In this episode Andy Zimmerman, Chief Marketing Officer at Evergage explains that we need to rely more on systems to help with personalization. You don’t want to totally turn over marketing to machines, but you absolutely need to take advantage of the systems out there.

28 MIN2017 OCT 31
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#35: How to Win Over Prospects Using a Personalization Platform w/ Andy Zimmerman

Latest Episodes

#44: 3 Perspectives on Account-Based Marketing w/ Mark Ogne

Some say ABM is old; some say it’s new. Our guest today, Mark Ogne, Founder of the ABM Consortium, can say he’s been around since ABM’s contemporary origins. Listen in as he shares his three perspectives on ABM As a marketing practitioner. As a marketing leader. As a researcher studying the practice.

39 MIN2018 JAN 30
Comments
#44: 3 Perspectives on Account-Based Marketing w/ Mark Ogne

# 43 The Challenges of Marketing a Product in a New Category w/ Patrick Rogers

There are huge rewards if you can identify a problem in the market and solve it with a new category of technology. Studies have shown that companies who are successful in pioneering these categories end up owning the majority of the market cap associated with that category. But if you enter an established category, you’re fighting for your share and doing your best to show that your features are better than the next company’s. In this episode we interview Patrick Rogers, VP Marketing and Product Management at Cohesity, about creating a new category, why you don’t have as many barriers to entry, and even why it’s just simply fun to do.

31 MIN2017 DEC 26
Comments
# 43 The Challenges of Marketing a Product in a New Category w/ Patrick Rogers

#42: How Gainsight is Using Events to Spread the Word About Customer Success Management w/ Anthony Kennada

Anthony Kennada, the CMO at Gainsight, is hoping to see a Chief Customer Officer on every executive team in the nation. Anthony’s team members are experts at crafting industry events that promote engagement and provide valuable resources for customers long after the showroom floors have closed. In this episode of The Marketing Milestones Podcast, Paul and Anthony discuss the specifics of Customer Success Management, getting executives to buy into the concept, and how Gainsight came to create highly efficient and effective industry events.

40 MIN2017 DEC 19
Comments
#42: How Gainsight is Using Events to Spread the Word About Customer Success Management w/ Anthony Kennada

#41: All About Blockchain Marketing w/ Viewstream's Joshua Shane

It’s an exciting time in marketing. A big reason for that excitement is blockchain marketing. Few people are experts on blockchain technology, but it seems that everyone is scrambling to get there. In this episode we interview Joshua Shane, Managing Director and VP of Strategy at Viewstream. Joshua says blockchain today reminds him of “The Internet” back in the ‘90s: it’s at the beginning of its maturity, everyone can see the verticals they can apply it to, and they’re looking to understand best practices as fast as possible.

44 MIN2017 DEC 12
Comments
#41: All About Blockchain Marketing w/ Viewstream's Joshua Shane

#40: Why the SDR Function Deserves Your Full Attention w/ Adam New-Waterson

Technology is exploding around us. There are thousands upon thousands of technologies to choose from. Adam New-Waterson, Vice President of Demand Generation at RevJet, is well-versed in new technology. He’s learned to assess the needs of his business and seek out a technology that solves it. He’s got the process down to a science. In this episode, Adam shares how he chooses technology before moving on to discuss the critical role of SDRs—and why overlooking it is a major mistake.

41 MIN2017 DEC 5
Comments
#40: Why the SDR Function Deserves Your Full Attention w/ Adam New-Waterson

#39: Implementing the Demand Unit Waterfall for ABM w/ Mollie Bodensteiner

Mollie Bodensteiner, Vice President of Marketing at FunnelWise, was one of the first people to take on the challenge of implementing the Demand Unit Waterfall. The Waterfall aligned well to FunnelWise’s ABM strategy, so Mollie went all in. She started doing research, and there wasn’t a lot out there about how to build it within your Salesforce and marketing automation platforms. That’s when she dove in and tried to identify what it meant for FunnelWise. Listen in as she shares her experiences implementing the Waterfall for her company.

27 MIN2017 NOV 28
Comments
#39: Implementing the Demand Unit Waterfall for ABM w/ Mollie Bodensteiner

#38 How Philips is Succeeding in 17 Different Markets Through the Art of Listening to Local Feedback w/ Antonio Espinoza

Our guest today is Antonio Espinoza, Global Head of Digital and Marketing Communications at Philips. Once known for their televisions and light bulbs, Philips has made the full transition to focusing on healthcare products. Being 126 years old, Philips can often run into problems reacting slowly to market changes, but Antonio is looking to usher in a new era of pro-active solutions. This interview covers how Antonio has begun to right the ship in his department through researching which marketing metrics to focus on, establishing a regular cadence of communication with his teams, and listening to local voices in each of the 17 different markets Philips is present in all around the globe.

25 MIN2017 NOV 21
Comments
#38 How Philips is Succeeding in 17 Different Markets Through the Art of Listening to Local Feedback w/ Antonio Espinoza

#37: Trustworthy Data, the ABM/Inbound Debate, and Why You Should Push Your Product Team w/ Zak Pines

Our guest today is Zak Pines, Vice President of Marketing at Bedrock Data and author of the “Stories from a Moneyball Marketer” blog. Zak explains that when sales and marketing have confidence in the data in front of them, a lot of good things happen—included the end of wasted meetings. He also covers why you should use your own product and push your product team as well as his take on the balance between outbound ABM and inbound efforts.

41 MIN2017 NOV 14
Comments
#37: Trustworthy Data, the ABM/Inbound Debate, and Why You Should Push Your Product Team w/ Zak Pines

#36 The 4 “I” Traits of a Great New Marketing Hire w/ Shail Khiyara

Marketing has moved from being in a broadcasting mode to being more in a listening mode. It’s about getting the customer stories out into the marketing place—which starts with effective listening. To effectively listen, you need great marketers, and great marketers take risks. In this episode Shail Khiyara, Chief Customer Officer at Blue Prism, shares the four I’s of essential traits he looks for in new hires and talks about some of the amazing things Blue Prism is up to in the robotic process automation space.

25 MIN2017 NOV 8
Comments
#36 The 4 “I” Traits of a Great New Marketing Hire w/ Shail Khiyara

#35: How to Win Over Prospects Using a Personalization Platform w/ Andy Zimmerman

Personalization is such a huge piece of marketing, especially the account-based variety. It gives you a leg-up with your prospects. We’re swimming in data. More and more marketing has become data-driven. The challenge is, what do we do with it all? In this episode Andy Zimmerman, Chief Marketing Officer at Evergage explains that we need to rely more on systems to help with personalization. You don’t want to totally turn over marketing to machines, but you absolutely need to take advantage of the systems out there.

28 MIN2017 OCT 31
Comments
#35: How to Win Over Prospects Using a Personalization Platform w/ Andy Zimmerman
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