Vol. 3 , No. 42     October 21, 2003

 


In this Newsletter:

  1. Making Marketing Matter With the New York City Brand: An Interview With CMO Joe Perello
     
  2. SWOT Team Addresses MarCom Breakdown
     
  3. Rethinking Radio
     
  4. The Delicate Art of Generating Client Introductions
     
  5. A Part of the Problem
     
  6. Choose Your Words Carefully
     
  7. Advertising Is Dead; Long Live PR
     

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Making Marketing Matter With the New York City Brand: An Interview With CMO Joe Perello

Joe Perello has one of the best jobs we've come across in the while. This past spring, Joe was appointed Chief Marketing Officer of New York City by Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

How much fun would it be to leverage the Big Apple as a brand?

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SWOT Team Addresses MarCom Breakdown

If the left hand doesn’t know what the right hand is doing, things can get pretty tangled. But what about when the feet sneak off with the organization in a completely new direction?

Weigh in with advice and recommendations on how a marketing team can work through internal struggles and politics.

Also this week: How do you prepare for an acquisition?

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Tom Barnes
Rethinking Radio

The radio landscape has changed. But product changes won’t eliminate distribution channels, and radio will not die from a massively disruptive content shift. Far from it.

Think about how AM radio adapted its programming to the adoption of sonically superior FM in the ’70s, as well as how radio radically changed its programming with the mass adoption of TV 15 years before FMs dominance, and you can get a clear idea of how all this will play out.

What's next for radio? And why should marketers pay attention?

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Marc J. Lewyn
The Delicate Art of Generating Client Introductions

While it is true that skills and service are still factors critical for success, you can no longer rely solely on them to build a professional practice or business. A variety of marketing strategies can help spread the word and attract clients.

The most effective and often overlooked strategy is to encourage referrals.

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Steve Richeson
A Part of the Problem

You know who you are, one of the hundreds of unemployed, highly educated technology-marketing executives who used to be “somebody.”

The jobs you (we) had are gone. That’s it, game over, the point is moot, eighty-sixed, etc. They are not coming back in their former form. Ever.

So what now?

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Choose Your Words Carefully

What does “customer care” or “in a moment” mean to you?

Probably something very different from what Dell and McAfee mean.

The words you use make a big difference on the Internet. Carefully chosen, they can keep a customer happy. Sloppily chosen, they can infuriate.

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Harry Hoover
Advertising Is Dead; Long Live PR

At one time, advertising alone did build brands. But that was in a simpler world. That world, sadly, is no more.

Harry is convinced that to build a brand today, you need PR.

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