The weekly reading list: Marketing ideas worth talking about

We produce a weekly reading list of marketing ideas worth talking about. The list is a curated collection of genuinely new ideas in selling and marketing complicated products and services.

Typically, what gets covered in this email is a combination of content marketing, thought leadership and CEO blogging. If you like the content on our resources page, then you’ll love this weekly reading list.

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Here’s some more info:

  • The email comes from my (Steve’s) email address and I respond to every email that I receive. If you have comments or questions – you can always hit reply
  • The reading list currently has 1,100 subscribers who receive new marketing ideas worth talking about every week.
  • Readers include ASX100 CEOs, marketing directors, entrepreneurs, students, SME business owners and everyone in between.

Because of what we do for a living (Helping leading CEOs and non-executive directors build thought leadership), we regularly stumbling on interesting marketing ideas, quirks and data that get shared through this reading list.

For an example of the kind of content you’ll receive, check out this recent reading list, which featured:

  • Why does Deloitte have twice the website traffic of KPMG?
  • Hot topics that thought leaders should have opinions on
  • The new rules of public art… and your content marketing
  • Nine types of CEO blog article

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All emails are stored securely in Mailchimp, and there’s always a one click unsubscribe link included if you decide you’d no longer like to receive the reading list.