Kerry Gorgone

    • 4 Non-Marketing Skills You Need to Become a Better Marketer

      By Kerry Gorgone, {grow} Contributing Columnist Marketing isn’t a department. It needs to be a way of life throughout your organization. Human Resources needs to market the company to prospective applicants. Product development must make a quality deliverable or marketing will prove impossible.

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  • Trade Libel: If you can’t say something nice, make sure you have proof

    … By Kerry Gorgone, {grow} Contributing Columnist We’ve all seen those commercials: a split screen with someone trying to get a stain out of a shirt. On person’s using the advertiser’s product and the other’s using a competing product. The demonstration always favors the advertiser. But what if they rig the game? What if the advertiser doesn’t…

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  • 7 and a Half Quotes That Aren’t Supposed to be About Marketing

    … as much knowledge about your competition as you can. More broadly, don’t be afraid to look outside marketing for lessons in strategy. Christopher Penn has written extensively on how ancient cultures and military strategy bear on his marketing strategy. In a recent interview on the MarketingProfs podcast, he explained: “When we talk about the martial…

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  • Seven Essential Mobile Apps for Marketers

    … By Kerry Gorgone, {grow} Contributing Columnist Back in 2014, I wrote a post on essential mobile apps for marketers. It’s been a while, and since apps change more often than Kim Kardashian’s phone number, I thought it was time for an update. These days I have 144 apps on my phone. That sounds like an insane number of apps, but I have them…

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  • How to Host a Marketing Conference That Doesn’t Tank

    … By Kerry Gorgone, {grow} Contributing Columnist I travel a lot, either to present at conferences or to facilitate workshops. I’m even in a Facebook group for frequent business travelers (great luggage tips)! Attending so many events has led me to appreciate the ones that are well organized. The difference between hosting a memorable…

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  • 5 Tips for Conducting an Effective Interview (Even When Interviewing’s Not Your Thing)

    … By Kerry Gorgone, {grow} Contributing Columnist Now that content marketing has become the norm, some “seasoned” marketers might feel like Dr. Leonard “Bones” McCoy, the ship’s doctor on the original “Star Trek” series. When tasked with anything outside his comfort zone, he’d protest “Jim, I’m a doctor, not a mechanic” (or a botanist…

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  • Someone’s making money off your copyrighted content (But it isn’t you)

    … By Kerry Gorgone, {grow} Contributing Columnist Today, it is really difficult making money off of content. Despite rising demand, there is an expectation of “free,” leaving musicians, artists, and writers to scramble for a living. That makes it all the more aggravating when we find examples of companies unfairly making money off your…

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  • Audio Content Made Easy: Fantastic Apps for Podcasting

    … By Kerry Gorgone, {grow} Contributing Columnist By now, you probably know you should be podcasting. If you haven’t reached that conclusion yet, check out my post “It’s time for you to start a podcast,” then come back. I’m about to explain how to podcast! The “nuts and bolts” of podcasting are much, much simpler than they were when podcasts…

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  • The FTC and Influence Marketing: The crackdown begins

    … By Kerry Gorgone, {grow} Contributing Columnist Influence marketing and native advertising are gaining popularity as brands continue to shift away from “interruption marketing” and embrace a more customer-centric approach. But in trying to sell without selling, it’s possible brands have made the “soft sell” a bit too soft, disguising…

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  • A Special Message for You: The Power of Personalized Marketing

    … By Kerry Gorgone, {grow} Contributing Columnist Great. Another newsletter I don’t remember subscribing to just sent me a weekly update. Normally, I don’t see these emails come in, because SaneBox spirits them away to the “SaneLater” folder, never to be seen again, but this one happened to come in while I was refreshing my mailbox. “Ugh,” I…

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  • How to Use Native Advertising Without Getting Fined by the FTC

    … By Kerry Gorgone, {grow} Contributing Columnist By now, you’ve probably heard the term “native advertising,” which means “content that bears a similarity to the news, feature articles, product reviews, entertainment, and other material that surrounds it online.” (Federal Trade Commission guide, Native Advertising: A Guide for Businesses). Now…

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  • Know the Legal Risks of Blab for Brand Marketing

    … streaming, although companies like Benefit Cosmetics have still been willing to experiment. Navigating the legal risks of Blab A few things to remember: the usual common sense considerations still apply when using any of these channels for marketing. I’ve written extensively about the legal implications of using Periscope, and provided a legal…

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  • Are you #BreakingTheLaw by using Hashtags?

    … deal in. For example, Delta Airlines owns the trademark “Delta” for air travel, but Delta faucets owns the trademark for bathroom fixtures. No legal issues: they’re in different industries. Putting a hashtag symbol in front of someone else’s trademark is fine if you’re a private citizen having a conversation online, but it could be risky…

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  • “Curation” versus Fair Use: How to keep your content safe

    … By Kerry Gorgone, {grow} Contributing Columnist “Content curation” is a powerful tool for marketing. By sharing someone else’s relevant, helpful content, you prove to your audience that you care about helping them—not just boosting your own site traffic. But when does “curation” turn into copyright infringement? Too often, people will copy…

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