Last week I went to a live event. It's been around 3 years since the last Marketing Profs B2B Summit, and it was comforting to return. A lot of anxiety, nervousness, and trying not to be awkward as everyone returned to "normal."
I learned a lot of useful things, the wrap up will be in tomorrow's podcast including some very effective tips on managing LinkedIn ad campaigns. Also a great tip that encouraging replies to your email campaigns is a great way to improve your account authority and improve deliverability.
It was a pleasure to catch up with a bunch of new friends, and some old ones that it's been way too long since I've hung out with last. Here's hoping that you have a chance to catch up with those you've missed soon.
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I watch a lot of Rom-Coms because they are met with little resistance by the other dwellers in my home. I thought this going to be the standard fare until it took a hard right turn at 1:02, it looks hilarious.
I had skipped it at first but when I heard Lower Decks is doing a crossover with Strange New Worlds I decided to check it out. Absolutely loaded with Easter Eggs for Trek fans. Kind of like Simpsons/Futurama meets Trek if that's you're thing. Definitely not for kids though.
Phil has both a new season dropping on Netflix and his book this week. If you're into cooking and travel you've got to check it out.
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