May 2, 2017
EP 224: Creating a Customer-Driven Content Strategy w/Casie Gillette
Casie Gillette, the Senior Director of Digital Marketing at KoMarketing, leads digital marketing strategies for their clients and plays an integral part of the leadership team.
With over 10 years of industry experience, Casie regularly speaks about search and social at some of the top marketing conferences in the country like SMX, SearchLove, PubCon, and HeroConf.
Within the last month, she has spoken at two different conferences, SMX West and HeroConf, and we wanted to recap those presentations she gave for this episode!
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Sign Up! – Content Marketing Mastery at SMX Advanced
Casie Gillette Slideshare from SMX West 2017
HeroConf – Search and Social Integration Checklist
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