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25
Jun 2018

How to Measure Content ROI

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To hear some marketers complain, the ever ravenous bottomless pit of content consuming ne’er-do-well perspective buyers drain marketing’s budget with nary-a-proof of purchase.  But is the professed ignorance a ploy by marketers that simply don’t know how to prove that the content they create is worth the expense?  In this interview with Pamela Muldoon, Revenue Marketing Coach with the Pedowitz Group, we find out that content does have a measurable ROI.  Really, it does.  Really.  This is Part Two of the program:  Connecting Content Creation to the Bottom Line from May 11, 2018

The host is Jim Obermayer.

About the Guest Pamela Muldoon

Pamela Muldoon is a Revenue Marketing Coach with The Pedowitz with over two decades of traditional and digital marketing experience. She specializes in campaign and content strategy with a passion for helping clients develop a content marketing culture across the organization. Her marketing career started over thirty years ago when she transitioned from on-air personality to Copy Director for a radio station in Wisconsin. Since then, she has taken on multiple marketing roles in her career, having worked with companies like ING, Prudential and Content Marketing Institute. Pamela was named one of the Top 50 Women in Content Marketing in 2017 and in 2018 one of the 20 Women to Watch from the Sales Lead Management Association.

Pamela is also a professional voice over talent and podcaster. When not online working on digital marketing strategies, she can be found unwinding at a Las Vegas poker table or hanging out with her two dogs, Maddi and Copper.

About the Pedowitz Group

The Pedowitz Group (TPG) is a Revenue Marketing™ consulting firm headquartered near Atlanta, Ga. We believe that Marketing is the driver of customer engagement that fuels the revenue engine. Many of today’s successful CMOs are operationalizing business accountability, digital transformation and the customer experience through marketing operations. As your partner, TPG helps you plan, build and optimize your revenue engine by delivering services in MarTech, demand generation and marketing operations.

TPG has worked with over 1,300 clients to enable marketing and sales. Our expertise spans the six major categories of MarTech, including marketing automation, CRM and content platforms. We specialize in helping mid-market and enterprise organizations in financial services, manufacturing, software, technology and business services.  The Pedowitz Group customers have won over 50 national awards for their Revenue Marketing excellence. To discover how we can help your organization become successful Revenue Marketers™, visit http://www.pedowitzgroup.com, or call us at 855-REV-MKTG or visit Revenue Marketer Blog.

Related from Muldoon: Connecting Content Creation to the Bottom Line

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19
Mar 2018

An Agency willing to Stand Behind the Moniker: Performance Marketing

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A Defintion of Performance Marketing

For the past two years’ proving ROI for marketing was all the rage in every conference (as if it was suddenly new) but it surely became more popular. In this interview with one of the nominees for the SLMA’s annual 20 Women Leaders in Business, Rachel Schulties, we discuss the definition of Performance Marketing which we suspect is entrails a broader definition that just measuring ROI.

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12
Feb 2018

Why CEO’s and CFO’s are still beggars when it comes to marketing ROI

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Flushed with Data and Metrics: Why is it Still Hard to Prove Marketing ROI?

The data is there, or at least available; that excuse for proving the ROI of marketing is dead and isn’t valid.  If the Chief Financial Officer for a company is asked to show the ROI for the company, it would be impossible for him or her to simply say, “AH, we can’t do that.”  So, what is it that is makes beggars out of CEO’s that want to know the ROI for marketing? Why isn’t marketing ROI a written part of every CMO’s job description? Author Laura Patterson of VisionEdge Marketing has opinions about why this is still an evasive goal for most corporations. 

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