Episode image

Ep 113 : Eric Holtzclaw on Marketing Effectiveness: Laddering, Content, Lead vs Demand Generation

Jagged with Jasravee : Cutting-Edge Marketing Conversations with Thought Leaders

Episode   ·  1 Play

Episode  ·  1 Play  ·  45:32  ·  Oct 17, 2023


What is the concept of Laddering and  the 5 Whys ? How does one craft content that converts?Please explain with a case study or example. In an AI-driven era, how does content marketing need to evolve? How does one make content authentic, engaging, and relatable to engage both robots and humans? B2B Marketing: What is the distinction between demand generation and lead generation? How does one balance both approaches for sustainable success? Eric answers the above questions as he takes us on a journey of how to achieve marketing excellence. Eric Holtzclaw is a Founding Partner and Chief Strategist of Liger Partners. Eric evaluates businesses to improve products, services, support and marketing strategies for overall effectiveness.  Connect with Eric on Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/eholtzclaw/ Eric's Company Website https://ligerpartners.com Jagged with Jasravee is facilitated by Jasravee Kaur Chandra. She is Senior Vice President of Strategic Planning at Havas Creative. Jasravee has over 20 years experience as a Strategic Brand Builder, Communications Leader and Entrepreneur.  Please visit Jasravee at https://jasravee.com/ Connect with Jasravee on Linkedin at https://www.linkedin.com/in/jasravee/   Email Jasravee at jasravee@gmail.com Follow Jagged with Jasravee on Social Media Campsite One Link : https://campsite.bio/jaggedwithjasravee Index 00:00 Preview & Introduction to Eric 02:35 Unlocking the Power of 'Laddering' in Qualitative Analysis 08:50 5 WHYs,  Case Study on the Cruiseliners Industry 12:52 Why Personas Don't Age 14:30 Content That Converts: The Art of Captivating Your Audience 19:39 Content - 80% Promotion, 20% Creation 21:50 BATCOM Model of Marketing 25:54 Content is Like a Magazine Of Your Company 28:12 Curate vs. Create: Navigating Content in the AI-Driven Era 31:44 Demand Generation is Not Lead Generation 38:30 Similarities Between Marketing & Entrepreneurship  44:01 Rapid Fire - Personally Speaking with Eric Holtzclaw 44:08 Connecting to Eric Holtzclaw In the fast-paced world of marketing, the 80/20 rule, laddering, content creation, and lead versus demand generation are essential concepts. Effective marketing requires not only a solid strategy but also adaptability and a deep understanding of consumer motivations. By leveraging these principles and staying attuned to the ever-changing marketing landscape, you can craft compelling campaigns that resonate with your audience and drive business success. Unlocking the Secrets of Laddering Laddering is a technique used in qualitative market research to delve deeper into consumer motivations.It involves asking "why" repeatedly to uncover the root of consumer decisions. Laddering helps move beyond surface-level responses and exposes the underlying motivations. Don't settle for the first answer; keep digging to reveal the true driving factors. The Art of Content That Converts Creating content that converts is the ultimate goal for marketers.Conversion goes beyond engagement metrics like likes and shares; it's about driving action. Video-based content is a versatile format, as it can be repurposed into various other content types. Content should be adaptable, allowing you to use it in different channels. Curation is becoming more critical in content creation.  It's about finding and sharing valuable existing content, rather than creating everything from scratch. Lead Generation vs. Demand Generation Lead generation focuses on identifying potential customers and capturing their interest. Demand generation concentrates on brand awareness and creating a need for your product or service. B2B companies often need both lead and demand generation strategies. The two approaches serve different purposes in the buyer's journey.Consumers may not be ready to buy immediately, but capturing their information allows for future engagement. Recognize that lead generation is the beginning of a longer relationship-building process.

45m 32s  ·  Oct 17, 2023

© 2023 Podcaster