OnDemand Webcast:
How To Create Killer Marketing Content

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Original Webcast Date: Wednesday July 23, 2014


Blogs, whitepapers, and social content are now a crucial piece of a modern marketers digital strategy. With the rise of content marketing, the rate at which content is produced and distributed has vastly increased, and your customers are bombarded with a virtual buffet of content and media on the daily. So how do you stand apart? How do you develop attention-grabbing content that will generate those allusive lead conversions? Join Linda West, Manager of Demand Gen and Leo Merle, Marketing programs Manger, both of Act-On Software, to learn the recipe for creating killer marketing content.

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Linda West, Manager, Demand Generation, Act-On Software

Linda WestLinda West supports overall lead generation goals with strategic planning, content creation, and analysis of campaign effectiveness at Act-On Software. Prior to joining Act-On, Linda worked at a New York based marketing agency, implementing digital programs for a variety of B2B and B2C clients across the globe. Linda has also worked for some of the world’s largest publishing companies, transitioning their traditional marketing programs to a cost-efficient online model. With extensive experience in traffic generation, lead nurturing, and lead scoring, Linda’s expertise is focused on content strategy and digital lead generation. Follow Linda on Twitter at @misslindawest.

Leo Merle, Marketing Programs Manager, Act-On Software

Leo MerleLeo Merle is Responsible for managing online event strategy and execution at Act-On Software. Leo develops and launches demand generation programs, email and online marketing, with the purpose of generating news sales leads. Follow Leo on Twitter at @leomerle5.

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