January 24, 2020
EP 339: Are You A Showrunner? with Jay Acunzo
The marketers who will win in today’s environment are those who understand it’s all about providing a great experience. It’s no longer about GRABBING attention, it’s about HOLDING attention. Although a surprising number of professional marketers aren’t as good as you’d think they would be at marketing themselves to get more clients. That leaves a big question, how do professional marketers who need clients market themselves?
This week’s featured guest, Jay Acunzo, Founder of Marketing Showrunners, has been helping marketers do exactly that through podcasts and video series. Learn more about how he does that successfully on episode 339 of EDGE of the Web!
Some key topics discussed during this show include:
- Following the best practices
- Components of running a show
- Holding attention, not just grabbing it
Show Reference Links
Guest Twitter: @jayacunzo
Guest LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/jayacunzo
Company Twitter: @MShowrunners
Company Website: https://www.marketingshowrunners.com/
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