After much navel-gazing, head-scratching, pondering and planning, our Outperform podcast is finally ready for your listening pleasure.
If you’re familiar with our site, you know we have produced a LOT of written content and resources over the years–from blog posts and industry articles to e-books, quick guides and infographics.
While great for those who like to read their content, it’s not as helpful to those who are limited on time or who simply prefer to get insights and information by listening.
So, we created Outperform, a B2B podcast that will allow you to listen in on thougthful discussions on a variety of topics ranging from affiliate marketing, partner marketing and Performance Partnerships®, to company culture, leadership and the like.
Our Outperform episodes are designed to address topics that matter to any performance-driven brand. As its name suggests, it’s about helping you outperform in business and in life.
Here are the first three episodes of Outperform:
Episode 1: Where the Performance Marketing Industry is Headed in 2017 and Beyond
In this first episode, Robert (Bob) Glazer, Acceleration Partners’ Founder and Managing Director, shares how he thinks the performance marketing industry will change in 2017 and beyond.
Before diving in to his predictions, he reflects back on what’s been happening over the past 5 years or so that’s led to the significant changes we’re seeing in the industry.
Episode 2: Why Publisher Development is Crucial to Marketing
Publisher Development is critical to any performance marketing program. But it’s grown in complexity and scale. No longer is it just about recruiting publishers for an affiliate marketing program. It’s so much more and our Global Director of Strategic Partners and Publishers, Alison Chew, explains why.
This eye-opening episode will reveal how and why publisher development is a critical component to any type of marketing partnership, not just affiliate marketing.
Episode 3: How to Get the Career You Want Working Remotely from Home
The idea of having a job that allows you to work from home appeals to many people. But what does it really mean? And how does one find a company that would allow them to work full-time or part-time from home? In this episode, our Director of Talent & Culture, Emily Tetto addresses these questions and many more. If you’re hoping that this is the year that you get the career you want working remotely from home, this episode is a must-listen.