- Influencer (Creator) Marketing Playbook
Nick worked with 2 co-writers and 10 editors to provide this long, in-depth playbook on influencer marketing, which covers: • Context on influencer marketing • How to 80/20: Starting with influencer marketing • YouTube and TikTok • Other ways to incentivize influencers • Tracking results • What a job well done looks like • Cheat sheet
- Principles of Effective Survey Design
In Stripe's comprehensive guide to survey design, Annie covers: • What makes a survey great • Key principles behind great surveys • Principle 1: People aren’t here for surveys. • Principle 2: Surveys are branded content. • Principle 3: Always define and decouple concepts in survey questions. • Principle 4: Undercut agreeability. • The understated role of online surveys
- How This 5X Founder Creates an Internal Culture With a “Crazy Focus” on Storytelling
David covers: • Adapt your story to (asynchronous) film and focus on internal training • Great storytelling requires painful pruning and the sharp sting of an editor's pen • Lean on inversion and spotlight the hero's journey to create compelling stories • Brush up on your storytelling skills by looking for outside inspiration • Cultivate rituals that reinforce the story
- How Storytelling Can Bring Company Values To Life
Ronica outlines how focusing on storytelling can help to communicate critical internal information like company values. She gives practical advice on how to do this in your organization.
- For Uncommon Goods, podcast ads drive ‘high-quality’ customers
Last holiday season Uncommon Goods devoted twice as much ad money to podcasts as it did to TV. The company spends about 10 times more on podcast ads during the holiday season compared to other times of the year. The company has been experimenting with various measurement and targeting strategies to ensure that its "flood" of holiday podcast ads are effective. From August 2021 to November 2022, the company is estimated to have spent $2.8 million on podcast ads across 130 shows.
- ClassPass’ CMO on How and When to Invest in Product Marketing
Joanna provides a framework for how to decide when to build a product marketing team that includes looking at the size of your company and the complexity of your product portfolio.