Now, unless you are a sales- or marketing-person with one of the automation suppliers or with an agency who serves them, this probably isn’t a conference for you. If you are, by all means, come! The summit is about sharing marketing practices to help us do a better job of providing automation professionals with the products, services and information they need to better do their jobs.
I know that like lawyers, marketers have been on the receiving end of pointed humor, like this classic Dilbert cartoon (I was hoping I could embed the cartoon in this post but their non-commercial use terms don’t seem to allow this… which reminds me of another Dilbert classic.)
Pointed-humor aside and in the spirit of listening and improvement, what would you have me convey to those attending the Marketing & Sales summit:
What are we doing that we should stop doing?
What are we not doing that we should be doing?
A clear change from traditional marketing to the world of social media is the shift from monolog to dialog. In this spirit, I invite your thoughts as comments to this post.
If you prefer to keep these thoughts confidential, send me an email, call me (+1 512.992.7641), Skype me or send me a Twitter direct message. I know there are even more social media ways to connect on this topic, but one of these should work.
Thanks in advance for your thoughts.