Watton argues convincingly and forcefully for the power of new web 2.0 tools in marketing to level the playing field between large and small companies. He describes how small companies can now achieve the same things for hundreds of dollars a month investment, what giants had been paying Siebel hundreds of thousands of dollars to do.
To put this chat in context, Stan and John had been discussing Watton’s role as CMO at ShipServ (an emarketplace play in the shipping industry) prior to the start of this video segment.
For the full introduction to this series of interviews, see Stan’s quickie intro.
Too see other videos from the series after this segment, see the links below the video…
See other parts of this series:
Part 1: The changing role of the senior marketer
Part 2: The relationship between B2B marketing and B2B sales
Part 4: How do you make content stand out in a busy market
Part 4: B2B social media for better or worse
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