Chris Moody

  • Tweet Directly Via Bloomberg Terminal

    …. Twitter vice president of data strategy Chris Moody said in a release announcing the new offering: CEOs, world leaders, money managers, analysts and financial journalists all turn to Twitter for breaking news and live commentary. We’re thrilled that Bloomberg subscribers can now tweet from the Terminal, providing a compliant way for more of these…

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebookin Twitter- 18 readers -
  • Two Top Execs Leaving Twitter

    … his own company. Twitter’s commerce team was disbanded as part of its layoffs last October, and Re/code reported that Twitter had hoped Hubbard would assume the responsibilities of former vp of media Katie Stanton, who left in January, as well as Messerschmidt. Readers: What are your thoughts on these departures? Images courtesy of Ali Jafari LinkedIn profile, Jana Messerschmidt Twitter profile and Nathan Hubbard LinkedIn profile, respectively. …

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebookin Twitter- 22 readers -
  • 13 Marketing Stars Show The Big Picture of Content Marketing Strategy

    … marketing strategy.” @ducttape tweet this Loren McDonald: “Develop “umbrella” content that can be leveraged into multiple forms.” “@LorenMcDonald tweet this Kristina Halvorson: “Marketers need to advocate beyond content delivery & focus on building customer relationships.” @halvorson tweet this Brian Clark: “Put yourself in the customers…

    Ashley Zeckman/ TopRank®in Content- 29 readers -
  • Announcing a New Podcast for Content Marketers

    … Pros. What Is the Content Pros Podcast? It’s a twice-monthly show in a tight interview format where the world’s greatest content marketing practitioners are queried by the shows co-hosts, two of the leading thinkers in content and digital marketing: Chris Moody from Oracle Marketing Cloud and Amber Naslund from Sysomos. Taking a page from our…

    Jay Baer/ Convince and Convertin Content Twitter- 17 readers -
  • Please Stop Worshiping Originality

    THE SHOW Many businesses these days spend hours in meeting rooms trying to figure out what the next big thing will be and how they can harness its power. But being the first or the most original isn't as important as doing whatever you do with conviction, and doing it well. Steve Jobs wasn't the first to come up with a smartphone or a tablet, but he flawlessly executed their ...

    Jay Baer/ Convince and Convert- 5 readers -
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