Better self-confidence | What to do about Imposter Syndrome – Marketing Made Simple 22

I’d like to tell you a story about imposter syndrome if that’s okay?

Is this something that happens to you?

Moments when you doubt the reputation you have. Doubt you’re the expert you consider yourself to be and question the knowledge you’ve spent a career acquiring.

In this episode of Marketing Made Simple, let’s grab a coffee and talk about how to face up to imposter syndrome and some of the things you can start doing to avoid it.

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Stephen Knight on the virtual marketing agency drag and drop approach – MAF250

My guest this week is Stephen Knight, from Pimento.

We talk about his “one agency, many flavours” approach to marketing solutions.

Welcome to episode 250 of the Marketing and Finance Podcast.

Stephen Knight on the virtual marketing agency drag and drop approach - MAF250

What you’ll hear about in this episode:

  • How creative agencies have developed and how they interact with marketing teams
  • Why marketers often don’t have a seat at the board table
  • Who does marketing strategy and whether the agency fits in
  • How the virtual approach pools the talent of the country’s agencies – across PR, social media, design, web development and communications
  • Why marketing needs a new ‘drag and drop’ approach
  • Why the ‘era of the specialist’ is more important than ever in marketing communications.
  • Stephen’s lessons learned and challenges faced through working in-house and setting up a virtual agency network

Who is Stephen Knight?

Stephen has held a variety of positions at major international agencies including Bates Dorland, Lowe Howard-Spink and WCRS. He spent five years with the Walt Disney Company latterly as Senior Vice-President of Marketing and Brand Management for Europe, Middle East and Africa.

In 2003, he joined Creata, a global promotions agency, as their European MD where amongst other things he oversaw the McDonalds, Ferrari and Kellogg’s accounts.

Having worked successfully above and below the line, client and agency side, he felt it was time to do his own thing and founded Pimento in 2005, Europe’s largest virtual agency.

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How to avoid overused marketing words. Stop World beating. Marketing Made Simple 22

Innovative. Game changing. Ground breaking. World beating. Unique. Very unique.

It can be tempting to use words like this to describe your new product or service.

The problem is these words have been overused by marketers and have become cliches.

Customers may not believe these words or at least be wary of them.

There is a better way to communicate why your product is better and different than anyone else. That’s what we’re looking at in this video, so let’s grab a coffee and talk about it some more.

In this episode of Marketing Made Simple, let’s grab a coffee and talk about how to avoid overused marketing words.

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