Dayna Rothman of Everstring on Predictive Marketing, the Bay Area Tech World, and Uber for Juggalos
November 23, 2015
Products of the Mind Episode 6: Dayna Rothman of Everstring on Predictive Marketing, the Bay Area Tech World, and Uber for Juggalos
Welcome to Episode 6 of Products of the Mind. On this episode, I speak with Dayna Rothman, Director of Content Marketing & Inbound at Everstring.
About Dayna Rothman
What the heck is predictive marketing?
Who are your best customers? What is predictive scoring? Do you know the sizes of the companies you lost as customers? Do you know who’s looking at your competitor’s website?
In this episode, Dayna expands our knowledge with things we didn’t even know were possible. She takes the seemingly endless amount of raw data applicable to your business and does a bunch of fancy tech savvy stuff to make it easily digestible for marketers, business owners, and sales teams alike.
Dayna also talks about the innovative culture of the tech industry; whether or not a bubble might burst; sustainable business models; East Coast versus West Coast dress codes; and of course Uber for Juggalos.
Interested in Dayna’s advice on lead generation? Check out her latest book Lead Generation for Dummies here: http://www.amazon.com/Lead-Generation-Dummies-Dayna-Rothman/dp/111881617X
Learn more about Everstring Predictive Marketing here: http://www.everstring.com/
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The illustration accompanying these show notes is by Whit Harris.
This episode and these show notes © 2015 David Lizerbram