What do the most successful inbound marketers do to get great results?
...that's the question that I've set out to answer with The Inbound Success Podcast.
You’ve heard the stories about companies using inbound marketing to dramatically increase sales, grow their business, and transform their customer relationships, but not everyone who practices inbound marketing knocks it out of the park.
If you want to know what goes into building a world class inbound marketing strategy that gets real, measurable results, check out The Inbound Success Podcast. Every week, host Kathleen Booth interviews marketers who are rolling up their sleeves, doing the work, and getting the kinds of results we all hope to achieve. Some of them are well-known marketing luminaries, and others are folks you may never have heard of. What they all have in common is that they're succeeding in a big way.
The goal is to “peel back the onion” and learn what works, what doesn’t and what you need to do to really move the needle with your inbound marketing efforts.
This isn’t just about big picture strategy – it’s about getting actionable tips and insights that you can use immediately to get better results with your own marketing.
About the host
Kathleen Booth is the VP of Marketing at clean.io, the market leader in digital engagement security solutions used by businesses looking to optimize their revenue and buyer experience by taking back control over third party code on their websites. Prior to joining clean.io, she spent 13 years in the digital marketing agency world, first as Owner and CEO of Quintain Marketing and then as VP of Marketing at IMPACT. Kathleen is the host of the long running Inbound Success Podcast and was named by TopRank as one of the 50 Top B2B Marketing Influencers of 2019.
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