In a presentation at the Content Marketing Strategies Conference in Berkeley, California, on May 8, 2013, speaker, author and B2B content marketing expert Carla Johnson explained how marketing as the ‘promise makers’ and sales as the ‘promise keepers’ are often not on the same page.
The result is marketing making brand or product promises that sales and implementation can’t keep.
In this FIR Interview, correspondent Michael Procopio spoke to Carla after her presentation to hear more on how she helps reduce this gap with a three step process: collaboration, education, and liberation.
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You can view the PowerPoint deck Carla used in her presentation. embedded below (or see it at Slideshare).
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Her clients have included companies such as Motorola Solutions, Sybase, VMware, TeleTech, Encana Oil & Gas and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. She’s a contributing writer to “Advice From The Top: The Expert Guide to B2B Marketing,” as well as Chief Content Officer magazine,CMSwire and other industry and business publications.
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