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Kitchen Side: The Great Brand Marketing Debate, Snoop Dogg, and B2B Marketers Creating Confusion

The Great Brand Marketing Debate, Snoop Dogg, and B2B Marketers Creating Confusion (Kitchen Side)

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In this conversation, the hosts discuss various topics related to marketing and branding. They explore the meaning of demand generation, the role of advertising, the history of content marketing, and the importance of simplifying marketing strategies. They also touch on the idea of making marketing more personal and tearing down overcomplication in the industry.

Key Takeaways

  • Demand generation refers to the process of creating and nurturing customer interest in a product or service.
  • Advertising plays a crucial role in staying top of mind and influencing customer purchasing decisions.
  • Content marketing has a long history and has evolved over time to include various strategies and tactics.
  • Simplifying marketing strategies can often lead to better results, focusing on the core elements that drive success.
  • Personalization is key in marketing, connecting with customers on a deeper level and understanding their needs.
  • Overcomplication in marketing can be detrimental, and it’s important to challenge complex ideas and simplify approaches.

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What is Kitchen Side?

One big benefit of running an agency or working at one is you get to see the “kitchen side” of many different businesses; their revenue, their operations, their automations, and their culture.

You understand how things look from the inside and how that differs from the outside.

You understand how the sausage is made. 

As an agency ourselves, we’re working both on growing our clients’ businesses as well as our own. This podcast is one project, but we also blog, make videos, do sales, and have quite a robust portfolio of automations and hacks to run our business.

We want to take you behind the curtain, to the kitchen side of our business, to witness our brainstorms, discussions, and internal dialogues behind the public works that we ship.

Past guests on The Long Game podcast include: Morgan Brown (Shopify), Ryan Law (Animalz), Dan Shure (Evolving SEO), Kaleigh Moore (freelancer), Eric Siu (Clickflow), Peep Laja (CXL), Chelsea Castle (Chili Piper), Tracey Wallace (Klaviyo), Tim Soulo (Ahrefs), Ryan McReady (Reforge), and many more.

Some interviews you might enjoy and learn from:

Actionable Tips and Secrets to SEO Strategy with Dan Shure (Evolving SEO)

Building Competitive Marketing Content with Sam Chapman (Aprimo)

How to Build the Right Data Workflow with Blake Burch (Shipyard)

Data-Driven Thought Leadership with Alicia Johnston (Sprout Social)

Purpose-Driven Leadership & Building a Content Team with Ty Magnin (UiPath)

Also, check out our Kitchen Side series where we take you behind the scenes to see how the sausage is made at our agency:

Blue Ocean vs Red Ocean SEO

Should You Hire Writers or Subject Matter Experts?

How Do Growth and Content Overlap?

Connect with Omniscient Digital on social:

Twitter: @beomniscient

Linkedin: Be Omniscient

Listen to more episodes of The Long Game podcast here:

Time Stamps

  • [00:00] Understanding Demand Generation
  • [02:26] The Role of Advertising
  • [04:28] The History of Content Marketing
  • [07:20] Simplifying Marketing Strategies
  • [09:23] Making Marketing Personal
  • [12:56] Tearing Down Overcomplication

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Alex Birkett

Alex is a co-founder of Omniscient Digital. He loves experimentation, building things, and adventurous sports (scuba diving, skiing, and jiu jitsu primarily). He lives in Austin, Texas with his dog Biscuit.