Kiss Army

The KISS Army is the official fan club for the American rock band Kiss, as well as the unofficial name used to refer to Kiss fans in general. It was started unofficially in 1975, by fans Bill Starkey and Jay Evans.The membership form displayed for the first time what became known as the official Kiss Army logo, which was designed by Dennis Woloch and Vincent DiGerlando of Howard Marks Inc., the advertising agency working with Bill Aucoin and Kiss at that time.
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  • Why Your Content Marketing Team Needs to Act Like a Rock Band

    … in a corner somewhere. 4. Ace Frehley (guitar) = Demand Gen. Pulling it all together. 5. Doc McGhee (band manager) = PR. PR and marketing need to work together to make sure they’re not mixing messages. 6. KISS Army (fans) = The community. Like Seth Godin says, if you don’t have somebody to consume your content, you don’t have anything. Each person…

    Jess Ostroff/ Convince and Convertin Content- 11 readers -
  • Turn It Up! Book Review of ‘Welcome to the Funnel’ by Jason Miller

    … Pickrain) in which he stood before a giant screen displaying a PowerPoint deck covered in KISS heads in makeup, demonstrating how the band KISS can be seen as an example of a modern marketing team. That made perfect sense to me. I was a child of the late 80s and early 90s heavy metal and hair bands and I understood how Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons had…

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  • Creating Content That Drives Revenue: Jason Miller and Shafqat Islam

    …: Content marketing ROI begins with proper organization of the marketing team To ensure efficiency and consistency, the entire team needs to be aligned. Jason’s Kiss slide explained this perfectly: The only things missing here are Kiss’s manager (PR) and the amazing shows they produce (event marketing). Kiss built a thriving community by working…

    Jesse Pickrain/ TopRank®in Content- 14 readers -