Event Marketing Part 1: Checklist for your upcoming event

Event Marketing Part 1: Checklist for your upcoming event

Event Marketing Part 1: Checklist for your upcoming event SC16 is right around the corner. Can you believe it’s just 7 weeks away?! Our HPC, Enterprise Technical Computing, Research, University, and Organization customers have us quite busy with their event marketing and preparing for SC16. This spring, we shared our Musing (Blog) about how to market your company for an upcoming event, Don’t Just Show Up – Engage!. To help get you ready for your industry’s next big event, we would like to highlight some bite-size pointers in a four-part, #JustStartToday series to cover what to do 2 months prior to an event, 1 month prior, during the event, and …

Tips on Execution of Better Email Campaigns

Tips on Execution of Better Email Campaigns

Tips on Execution of Better Email Campaigns Emails! We all get so many of them! They are a part of our lives. So much so that, for many of us, the first thing we do in the morning is scroll through our inboxes looking for the emails that we want to read. As I scroll through my inbox, I’m looking at who the emails are from and the subject line. Then, I scan the first couple of sentences in the email to quickly make a decision on how much time I should spend on it in its entirety. Is it an email requiring action on my part? Is it an …

Partner Enablement: Sure is a lot of it lately!

Partner Enablement: Sure is a lot of it lately!

Partner Enablement: Sure is a lot of it lately! I have heard the phrase “we need help with our partner enablement” many times in the last 2 weeks. Are companies now figuring out that partners and channels are essential to revenue growth, or are there not that many good people who know how to really enable a partner and therefore it’s a skill that is lacking in organizations? I prefer the later – it makes me a more valuable resource. But in all seriousness, the answer is both. Well, maybe companies are not just figuring it out but they certainly see the value of a channel, partner, or OEM that is complimentary …

Shake it Out – Challenge your Marketing Thinking

Shake it Out – Challenge your Marketing Thinking

Shake it Out – Challenge your Marketing Thinking I love the song “Shake It Out” by Florence and The Machine. It first became my favorite as a song to blast on my headphones as I move through the airport terminals. It has a great beat for walking and blocking out extraneous noise. Then I started listening, really listening, to the words – stop letting past guilt and experiences hold you back and instead look ahead. Shake It Out. This is a good personal message to live by. And then I thought (1) can I extend this to my work and (2) how do I take this learning and apply it to my …