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Unlock Your Marketing Voice

Unlock Your Marketing Voice

In this Marketing Cloudcast we discuss the qualities marketing leaders share, and how to develop your marketing voice with the help of a simple acronym: VOICE.

In this episode, we look at developing a marketing voice to make sure your message is coming across loud and clear. We talk to Simon de Cintra, speaking coach and author of the book, Unlock Your Business Voice. We find out what qualities the best marketing leaders share, and how to put in the work to develop your marketing voice with the help of a simple acronym: VOICE.

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Tina is a Senior Product Marketing Manager at Salesforce Marketing Cloud. She's worked in Martech for Fortune 100 companies for the last nine years in the US, Europe, and Asia. In addition to being a Marketing Cloudcast co-host, Tina focuses on bridging the gap between marketing and sales teams by creating experiential learning strategies and scalable programs. When she's not inspiring fellow marketers, you can find her training for her next Ironman or traveling to a new country on her bucket list. Connect with Tina on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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