Updated: October 2, 2022
Magnificent Marketing presents a new podcast episode on how a strong, aligned team presents an opportunity for greatness
A marketing team that gets on the same page and works well together can accomplish great things.
AUSTIN, Texas (PRWEB)
The primary driver for a dedicated marketer is the success of the company they’re working for. Every task done, every product created, every customer gained or served – it’s all for the good of the company. And the only way one can be truly successful in this mission is if they work well with a team.
A marketing team that gets on the same page and works well together can accomplish great things, and in this podcast episode, the Magnificent Marketing team sits down with Margaret Magnarelli – the Senior Director of Marketing at Monster.com – to discuss the importance of team alignment and how it makes for a better marketing department and better business.
In this webinar, Magnarelli covers the following topics:
- Discovering what really means for a brand (and the importance of this realization)
- Why team alignment is imperative
-Four key steps for team alignment
-The importance of team building and collaboration
This is a new episode (available now) of Magnificent Marketing’s . The episode can be found, along with an accompanying blog, .
About Magnificent Marketing:
Magnificent Marketing is your full-service that will take care of all your marketing needs so that you can concentrate on the core duties needed to manage and grow your business.
Their objective is to generate leads that turn into customers while focusing on expanding the visibility of your company and brand, and positioning you to be “top of mind” for future potential clients.
In order to achieve this, they draw on their experience and belief that a mixture of traditional combined with modern marketing tools will yield the best results. In other words, they blend old and new school marketing to create the best school of thought.
About Margaret Magnarelli:
Margaret Magnarelli is the managing editor for content and senior director of marketing at Monster, the leading global platform for connecting jobs and people. At Monster, Margaret oversees a brand newsroom made up of seven content creators (all ex-journalists) who produce articles, social assets and videos aimed at job seekers. Her team took home the Content Marketing Institute’s 2016 award for Best Content Program and was a finalist for best infographic; she was a finalist for Content Marketer of the Year. Her team also was a finalist for Best In-House Content Studio from Digiday in 2016. She’s presented on content marketing at Content Marketing World and at an ANA Content Marketing Summit. Previously, Margaret served as executive editor at Money magazine and Money.com, and has been an editor at Good Housekeeping and Seventeen magazines as well. She’s written a book on tween idols, she’s expert in all things charcuterie, and she helped define the word snarky—no, seriously.