Barb Mosher Zinck

Barb Mosher Zinck

Barb Mosher Zinck is a senior content marketer and marketing technology analyst. She works with a range of clients in the tech market and actively tracks and writes about digital marketing and customer experience. The former Editorial Director of CMSWire.com and a former IT Architect, Barb understands the value of technology and works hard to inform and encourage greater understanding of its role in the enterprise.
Barb Mosher Zinck
Barb Mosher Zinck

Archive: Barb Mosher Zinck

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How digital transformation is driving change in the marketing organization

Marketing is no stranger to digital. But the topic of digital transformation and marketing can become stale quickly. Barb Mosher Zinck uses marketing approaches from so-called Digital Native companies as a way to inject new ideas. She then contrasts two useful IT models, centralized and decentralized, as a way to rethink how marketing is structured.

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Marketing automation is personal, contextual and mobile - Scondoo’s story

Marketing automation is still on the buzzword treadmill. But too often, "automation" ends up being too automated, and not personalized to our device and priorities. In this use case with marketing automation vendor Kahuna, Barb Mosher Zinck tells a tale of marketing automation done right - and what we can learn from Scondoo about how to truly personalize our services.

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Can predictive bring sales and marketing together?

Marketing and sales collaboration sounds lovely - in theory. But what happens when sales gets deluged in marketing leads? Can predictive reduce the time spent qualifying leads, and perhaps uncover new ones? Infer says yes. Barb Mosher Zinck shares her chat with Infer, and evaluates their predictive approach. Are we getting closer to "sales intelligence"?

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To get content right, you must enable sales

Most organizations have a boatload of content these days. But a disconnect with the needs of sales renders that content to low value status. Barb Mosher Zinck shares fresh insights on how to avoid that fate - and how marketing can enable sales with content done right.

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The changing role of the CMO - with Josh Epstein of Kaminario

The role of the CMO is changing. A true partnership with sales requires a mastery of a new set of technologies. But some things never change - like telling a compelling story. Barb Mosher Zinck gives us a look at how CMO Josh Epstein gets it done.

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The value AI brings to marketing

AI is poised to transform marketing. But are marketers ready? A recent Demandbase survey says, without a doubt, no. To get the context behind the numbers, Barb Mosher Zinck spoke to Demandbase about the survey. Here's her analysis.

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Account-based marketing III - metrics, post-acquisition support and relationships

In the final installment of her Account-Based Marketing series, Barb ties up some vital loose ends, including expert takes on how you measure success, and which metrics count. She pulls in expert views on the problem of sales-marketing collaboration, and asks you, the reader, for your feedback on where we go on ABM from here.

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The tactics, content and technology behind account-based marketing

Account-based marketing means taking sales and marketing teamwork to another level. In the second part of her series, Barb Mosher Zinck looks at the tactics required to get ABM off the ground. She quotes experts who've been down this road, and illustrates a sample ABM stack.

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Account-based marketing - get your foundation right

Account-based marketing is the next big thing - supposedly. But if you fall into the trap of chasing marketing tech, it's not going to work out. In the first of a new three part series, Barb Mosher Zinck shares the keys to a solid ABM foundation - with tips from vendors and experts.

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How Coach improved visual merchandising through digitization

Enterprises have learned the hard way that manual processes don't scale. The hope is that digitization can solve that - but that's not always the case. Barb Mosher Zinck shares how Coach's smart use of collaboration tech has enabled them to manage the physical presentation of 1,000 global stores.