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Intended Consequences is for the marketer. We believe behavioral science can be used to predict the success of marketing campaigns, and we’re going to teach you how. Through conversations guided by Brian Massey, we encourage and empower experimentation. In an age of abundant data and finite resources, this podcast gives you a rare blend of technical insights and marketing vision to help you, the marketer creates campaigns that truly convert. You’ll learn from the people behind the marketing ...
 
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After almost four decades, I believe the best choice for another shot at a conversion is still that quaint old communication medium: email. Email still can't be beat for rich content, for conversations that feel one-to-one, and for getting another shot at a future customer. It's the original social media platform. Liz Willits is a self-professed em…
 
Erin Collis, Marketing and Communications Manager at Corradi USA, has a lot on her plate (as we suspect you probably do as well). Most marketers are holding dozens of ideas in their minds, many of which are in opposition, and then these poor souls are expected to be creative and thoughtful amidst all of this. It’s a barrier to a culture of experime…
 
People like funnels because they provide us with some sense of progress in our marketing efforts, but the marketing funnel is under attack, especially in the B2B lead generation space. Carman Pirie (@pirie) is the co-founder of Kula Partners, an agency built to help leading manufacturers digitally transform marketing and sales to deliver more leads…
 
Lance Loveday (@loveday) is the founder and CEO of Closed Loop, a digital advertising agency that specializes in paid media management. As an optimizer by nature, digital marketing comes naturally to Lance. He’s analytical but also creative - he uses his left brain and his right brain. In this episode of Intended Consequences, we discuss the tough …
 
Chris Mercer (@merecertweets) aka ‘Mercer’ is not only good at analytics, but he's also good at teaching analytics. That's what he spends his days doing as the Co-Founder of Measurement Marketing.io. Chris and his team help people like you discover how to grow your business using tools like Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, Google Data Studio a…
 
“The best way to really learn something is to teach it to someone else." In this episode of Intended Consequences, we’re talking to BJ Fogg, PhD, author and founder of the Behavior Design Lab at Stanford University. His new book, "Tiny Habits," has turned business management lessons into a program for individual behavioral change. Anyone involved i…
 
We're told terrifying things: that people have the attention span of a goldfish, that Millennials don't read, that we only have 8 seconds to make our point. No wonder we're confused about how to communicate through copy. However, the words we use to establish our value and persuade visitors to take action can be tested. Data to the rescue! Olivia R…
 
"CMOs are abdicating their strategic position in their businesses." Just when I was marveling at how much CMOs really must do for their brands, Laura Patterson, President of VisionEdge Marketing, said the above statement that stopped me in my tracks. Laura has been focused on performance marketing and the proper use of data since before it was "coo…
 
There is a ceiling on your conversion rate. It's not your price. It's not your copy. It's not your form. It's eating your website from the inside out. It's causing your SEO to atrophy. It's causing your paid search placement to drop. It's causing your visitors to bounce, and it's only getting worse as mobile traffic grows. What is the ceiling on yo…
 
On this episode of Intended Consequences, host Brian Massey is pulling in Joel Harvey - Chief Operating Officer at Conversion Sciences - and they’re talking website redesigns. In this episode, the duo is going to tell you something that may surprise you. Website redesigns don’t have to be all or nothing. You don't have to push all your budget in an…
 
If you’re a designer, eventually your designs will be evaluated by neophytes. Whether you’re part of an in-house team or work for an agency, your best work is going to be scrutinized by company executives who never spent a day studying design or doing any UX research. Do you stand alone defending your designs or give them what they want? Tom Niemey…
 
If you’re designing for the web, you’re in a wide-open space of possibilities. These seemingly endless options can produce anxiety and hinder your design efforts, as every unknown feels dangerous. What if integrating data into your designs is the answer? Tom Niemeyer is a Design Scientist at Conversion Sciences with over 18 years of digital design …
 
When you’re attempting to persuade, do you emphasize the positive aspects of your offering or the potential loss of not taking action? This negotiation concept is called “prospect theory,” and today’s guest is an expert. Literally. Calum Coburn is the Director and Vice President of The Negotiation Experts, a training and consulting firm that enable…
 
Sales is a conversation, so how can you expect to sell if that conversation never happens, or doesn’t happen fast enough? On today’s show, Brian chats with Sammy James, CEO and founder of Speak2Leads, an automated lead response and follow-up tool. Sammy is a sales and marketing guru with experience in media, radio, tech, and advertising. He underst…
 
What would it look like if you could give your digital brand a human voice? On today’s Intended Consequences, we brought in Rob Walch, VP of Podcaster Relations at Libsyn, the world’s leading podcast hosting site. Rob was one of the earliest podcasters in the industry and a highly sought-after speaker and consultant in the podcasting community. Lis…
 
In this episode of Intended Consequences, we’re bringing you a direct competitor of Conversion Sciences. Why? Because you need a second opinion, and we’d rather you find it here than on your own. So we’ve brought in Jon McDonald, the founder and president of a conversion optimization agency called The Good, to chat with Brian on when you should–or …
 
Listen in to Part 2 of Brian Massey’s conversation with Tara Hunt, CEO of Truly., as they continue to discuss the Cluetrain Manifesto. You can check out Part 1 by dialing back one episode in this feed or visit intendedconsequencespodcast.com for a full list. You can also hear Brian’s reading of the full Cluetrain Manifesto on this feed. In this epi…
 
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Contrarians are very important during times of change. They're often one step ahead of the herd. Are you a marketing contrarian? Here's a quick test. Listen in as Intended Consequences host Brian Massey reads the Cluetrain Manifesto and make note of how…
 
Contrarians. They're trouble. At least they're trouble in structured organizations. They are the "But maybes" in your "Of courses!” They come up with the exceptions to your rules. It's hard for businesses to find a place for contrarians. But, when they do find their place, the results can be incredible. Think Steve Jobs: He was kicked out of the co…
 
“The best way to really learn something is to teach it to someone else." In this episode of Intended Consequences, we’re talking to BJ Fogg, PhD, author and founder of the Behavior Design Lab at Stanford University. His new book, "Tiny Habits," has turned business management lessons into a program for individual behavioral change. Anyone involved i…
 
After almost four decades, I believe the best choice for another shot at a conversion is still that quaint old communication medium: email. Email still can't be beat for rich content, for conversations that feel one-to-one, and for getting another shot at a future customer. It's the original social media platform. Liz Willits is a self-professed em…
 
"CMOs are abdicating their strategic position in their businesses." Just when I was marveling at how much CMOs really must do for their brands, Laura Patterson, President of VisionEdge Marketing, said the above statement that stopped me in my tracks. Laura has been focused on performance marketing and the proper use of data since before it was "coo…
 
"Marketing needs to generate more leads," says sales. "Sales needs to follow up on the leads we're sending them," says marketing. Sales and marketing: two functions that are critical to a business’s success. And from the first time something was sold, sales and marketing have worked independently. This gulf, this canyon, this gaping sinkhole betwee…
 
People like funnels because they provide us with some sense of progress in our marketing efforts, but the marketing funnel is under attack, especially in the B2B lead generation space. Carman Pirie (@pirie) is the co-founder of Kula Partners, an agency built to help leading manufacturers digitally transform marketing and sales to deliver more leads…
 
Having a true understanding of your target customer is the first step in building an effective marketing plan. How are they spending their time? Are they able to use the time they have to focus on their area of expertise? And do they have an interest in doing even better work? Come to think of it, we could ask these same questions of ourselves. It’…
 
There is a ceiling on your conversion rate. It's not your price. It's not your copy. It's not your form. It's eating your website from the inside out. It's causing your SEO to atrophy. It's causing your paid search placement to drop. It's causing your visitors to bounce, and it's only getting worse as mobile traffic grows. What is the ceiling on yo…
 
Mobile best practices don’t really exist. Every audience is different, and Intended Consequences host Brian Massey has the tests to prove it. What works for one business doesn’t always work for others. In this episode, you’ll hear design ideas for your website’s mobile call-to-action buttons, so you can test them and discover what works. How can mo…
 
We're told terrifying things: that people have the attention span of a goldfish, that Millennials don't read, that we only have 8 seconds to make our point. No wonder we're confused about how to communicate through copy. However, the words we use to establish our value and persuade visitors to take action can be tested. Data to the rescue! Olivia R…
 
As a customer, do you really want to create an account for every single website you interact with? Absolutely not. On the other hand, you want online retailers to know who you are. Having a guest checkout is one way to keep people from leaving your ecommerce site before they buy. This is also why a website without a guest checkout is regarded as a …
 
Lance Loveday (@loveday) is the founder and CEO of Closed Loop, a digital advertising agency that specializes in paid media management. As an optimizer by nature, digital marketing comes naturally to Lance. He’s analytical but also creative - he uses his left brain and his right brain. In this episode of Intended Consequences, we discuss the tough …
 
Erin Collis, Marketing and Communications Manager at Corradi USA, has a lot on her plate (as we suspect you probably do as well). Most marketers are holding dozens of ideas in their minds, many of which are in opposition, and then these poor souls are expected to be creative and thoughtful amidst all of this. It’s a barrier to a culture of experime…
 
Barbara Cavness is the CEO of (un)Common Logic, a digital marketing agency that enables talented people to do great things. Her team investigates digital marketing data to find surprising facts that can solve their clients’ toughest problems. Barbara is very purposeful in her approach to building teams, even though she encounters all of the same ob…
 
Chris Mercer (@merecertweets) aka ‘Mercer’ is not only good at analytics, but he's also good at teaching analytics. That's what he spends his days doing as the Co-Founder of Measurement Marketing.io. Chris and his team help people like you discover how to grow your business using tools like Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, Google Data Studio a…
 
What if you could see the analytics of any of your competitors' websites? Mike Roberts (@mrspy) is the Founder and CEO of SpyFu and Nacho Analytics. He’s also one of the most interesting people in online marketing. A digital marketing pirate, if you will. Mike founded Nacho Analytics because he’s passionate about the bootstrapper entrepreneurs of t…
 
Dr. Diane Hamilton is an expert in emotional intelligence and behavioral science. She is an author, radio host of “Take the Lead Radio,” and creator of the Curiosity Code Index - which we will dive into on this episode. Curiosity is a topic that is at the core of everything marketers do. We're all about experimenting, discovering data, and getting …
 
Tim Ash (@Tim_Ash) started his career in the ‘interwebs’ back in 1995, focusing on data-driven websites. On top of leading his CRO company SiteTuners, Tim is a digital marketing keynote speaker, founder of the Digital Growth Unleashed conference events, and author of the book Landing Page Optimization. To begin to understand how our visitors think,…
 
Chris Nolan [not the Batman movie director] is the Senior Growth Strategy Manager at BigCommerce - and a former Conversions Sciences employee. Although Brian Massey and the team misses Chris, they have enjoyed seeing how a conversion scientist takes on a big organization like BigCommerce, a company that builds e-commerce software for businesses. Ch…
 
Imagine your website is a doll. You choose the clothes, hats, and shoes for it. Some you buy, some you make yourself. Your website is similar. You rent server space from a host and drop a content management system on it. It’s a generic, website-shaped form that you can begin dressing. On this episode of Intended Consequences, we’re talking with Dav…
 
On this episode of Intended Consequences, host Brian Massey (@bmassey) is pulling in Joel Harvey (@JoelJHarvey) - Chief Operating Officer at Conversion Sciences - and they’re talking website redesigns. In this episode, the duo is going to tell you something that may surprise you. Website redesigns don’t have to be all or nothing. You don't have to …
 
Trying to understand what a company thinks they need to accomplish compared to what they actually need to accomplish is not an easy task. That’s where Dan McGaw (@danielmcgaw), CEO of Effin Amazing, comes in. On this episode of Intended Consequences, we’re talking about ICE Framework - what it means and how marketers can apply it as they experiment…
 
In this episode of Intended Consequences, we’re digging into agency management - how to leverage the relationship and how to think about the relationship. You’ll hear from Garrett Mehrguth (@gmehrguth), CEO of Directive Consulting, on why regardless of the research done, the pitch meeting is a tough time for the agency. That initial agency pitch me…
 
Are visitors engaged enough to get through the pages of content on your website? On today’s Intended Consequences, Hotjar’s Andrew Michael is breaking down a tool that’s focused on helping you understand your users. You’ll also hear how to understand which tools are truly valuable, and which are just giving you "interesting" insights. If you’re str…
 
On this episode of Intended Consequences, we’re talking with Lindsay Tjepkema, Director of Marketing for the Americas at Emarsys. Lindsay is a marketer who markets to marketers. Find out how she walks the line between creativity and efficiency, crayons and spreadsheets, design and databases - and how she uses marketing stacks to create stacks of ca…
 
Key Takeaways: Moore’s Law. Back in 1965, Gordon Moore predicted that we’d be able to fit twice as many transistors on a microchip every year. We are experiencing a golden age of tools - the tools are getting better, less expensive and getting easier to use. The future of marketing AI. Is it all about personalization? Are the metrics you’re optimiz…
 
Key Takeaways: The Human Biases Holding You Back. Learn more about human biases, how they work together, and why it impacts your role as a marketer. Gain Executive Buy-In. How do you know what made your customer buy to begin with? Who is your buyer? And when you get the answers to these questions - how do you get buy-in from leaders in the organiza…
 
Key Takeaways: Thank you page survey: Find out why this should be a part of every website that processes sales, subscriptions or registrations of any kind. What almost kept you from buying today?: In this episode, learn what’s more effective than Net Promoter scores or pre-sale feedback queries. “Liking” In Action: Learn from Curtis when the best t…
 
Key Takeaways: Exit Intent: Gain insights from Evan on exit intent in this week’s show. What Happens When a Site Bug Goes Unchecked: You’ll hear stories on the impact a site bug can have on your website - and we’re talking a $1.2 million impact. Tips on Conversation with Executives: Gain knowledge and tips from Evan on how to have conversations wit…
 
Intended Consequences is for the above average marketer. Through conversations guided by Brian Massey (@bmassey), we encourage and empower experimentation. In an age of abundant data and finite resources, this podcast gives you a rare blend of technical insights and marketing vision to help you, the marketer creates campaigns that truly convert. Yo…
 
Transportation matters. When people need to get places, but don’t have a good way to do so, it’s more than just a drag for them – it’s also a drag for the economy. Americans are living increasingly far from their places of employment, which knocks walking or biking out of the way for many. And not everyone has a car to get themselves from place to …
 
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