Marketing Humor ebook - Lighten Up Your Content! and Get Results We all want better content! Well, you're out of reasons to avoid adding humor to your marketing. There are so many great examples and ways to create better marketing with humor. This is why I wrote this marketing humor ebook. Better Content and Storytelling with Humor Want your copy of the ebook? Download it today from Aamzon! [...]
June 2014 Brand new is my new ebook that just launched June 3rd 2014 and is only available in the Amazon store. Get yours today! Better Content and Storytelling with Humor
Funny Business: Comedy in Business Marketing Humor is human. In March, I was fortunate enough to participate in this great funny business panel. I discussed humor in marketing along with great folks including Tim Washer and Brian Carter. Many companies are risk-averse when it comes to using humor. However, there are ways to use humor that are low-risk. Even a little levity goes a long way. [...]
My podcast was nominated for best business/marketing podcast at NMX Expo podcast awards. Though Jargonorrhea Live didn’t make the final cut, I’m thankful for your support. Next year!
I am now a contributor to the Nimble Blog. See my latest posts!
My article Women, Comedy and Risk-Taking on The Scrappy Women in Business Blog
My last post on MarketingProfs: A More Human Model for Storytelling
Video: Think Like an Improviser, Speak Like Your Customer – AINx Talk from the 2012 Applied Improv Network World Conference
View my AINx talk from the 2012 Applied Improvisation Network (AIN) World Conference Think Like an Improviser, Speak Like a Customer Blah, blah, blah, blah. This is what customers hear when we drone on about our methods. Every industry has its insider language; yet, customers should not be on the outside of that conversation! Improvisation is no different. Granted we have fun jargon. When we expect customers to learn our [...]
My interview with the The Glass Hammer on women executives and humor….I had lots to say!
This podcast with Brian Solis from Altimeter discusses the future of business, the Human API, and why business must rethink shared customer experiences.