You can have the world's best marketing strategy. Top-notch content. But if you don't have buy-in from your marketing team, you're already behind.
In Session 3 of the Digital Brand Activation Working Webinar series, you'll find out how to connect your marketing team with your strategy and content. Engaged, empowered, and informed, everyone will be ready for your next launch.
In this Working Webinar, you'll discover:
- How to energize your team so they champion your strategy
- Why planning your content early allows you to adjust your strategy to metrics
- Three ways to amplify your organic marketing (so it doesn't feel like marketing)
- And more
Prepare your team for your next launch. Join branding expert Nick Westergaard for Session 3 of our newest Working Webinar. Register for "Digital Marketing" Session 3 now.
“Great job. Nick makes it more exciting for me to share the concept with other staff. gave me good ideas for helping me get staff on board. Thank you.”—B2B Forum Online Fall 2021 Attendee
This is part of the Digital Brand Activation Working Webinar Series (a PRO Exclusive). One part workbook. One part webinar. 100% action-oriented to take your next campaign to the moon.
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Nick Westergaard is a strategist, speaker, author, educator, Brand Consulting Practice Lead at MarketingProfs, and founder of Brand Driven Digital. He's spent his career building standout brands at organizations of all sizes—from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies to President Obama's Jobs Council. He's the author of the books Brand Now and Get Scrappy, a contributor to the Harvard Business Review, host of the popular On Brand podcast, a TEDx speaker coach, and a lecturer at the University of Iowa's Tippie College of Business.