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Strays

The Car Ride Home reviews Strays

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Barbie

The Car Ride Home reviews Barbie

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Maslow Might Have Been a Marketer

In this episode of marketingXP—Maslow Might Have Been a Marketer—Rachel points to Abraham Maslow, creator of the Maslow’s Hierarch of Needs, and calls him a solid marketer because of how closely human needs align with messaging. Listen to the episode for the three important aspects of Maslow’s pyramid and, if you’re looking to impress a client or executive in your life, access the PowerUp for this episode >>>

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AI: These Aren’t The Droids You’re Looking For

In this episode of marketingXP—AI: These Aren’t The Droids You’re Looking For—Rachel runs down the benefits and pitfalls of using AI for content creation (and why businesses need to slow the hell down before entrusting 100% of their content marketing to AI). Listen to the episode for the three things to keep in mind when using AI to generate copy and, if you’re looking to impress a client or executive in your life, access the PowerUp for this episode >>>

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Alt Text is Sexy Marketing

In this episode of marketingXP—Alt Text is Sexy Marketing—Rachel talks about why an image without alt text is really just empty foreplay in your marketing. Listen to the episode for the three ways to make time for alt text in your marketing and, if you’re looking to impress a client or executive in your life, access the PowerUp for this episode >>>

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Welcome to Your (Web) House Party

In this episode of marketingXP—Welcome to Your (Web) House Party—Rachel shares how building your website can be just like building the most epic house party ever! Listen to the episode for the three fundamental building blocks of your website and, if you’re looking to impress a client or executive in your life, access the PowerUp for this episode >>>

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Smelling Our Own Farts

In this episode of marketingXP—Smelling Our Own Farts—Rachel calls marketers out for being too focused on our slick messaging while ignoring what our audiences really need. Get three tactics to fix this flatulence trend and share them with the big Cs in your life (clients and C-levels)!