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Trendy Topics: Featuring Phillip Stutts discussing “3 Data-Backed Messages Converting Customers in the Coronavirus Economy””
May 6, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Phillip Stutts is one of the most trusted voices in America as companies try to figure out marketing and communications during COVID-19. He just published a study that explores how marketing strategies must adapt. This study has already been downloaded more than 35,000 times, and he has done countless media interviews discussing this work. This study builds on the data-driven approach that Phillip described in Fire Them Now: The 7 Lies Digital Marketers Sell…And the Truth about Political Strategies that Help Businesses Win.
Join us on Wednesday, May 6th at 12 PM CDT to hear more about how influencers, consultants, and status marketing are outperformed by messages that focus on helping others, safety, and trust.
About Our Guest
With more than 20 years of political and marketing experience, Phillip Stutts has worked with multiple Fortune 200 companies, has over two decades of experience working on campaigns with billions of dollars in political ad spend, and contributed to 1,273 election victories, including hundreds of U.S. House campaigns, dozens of U.S. Senate campaigns, and even three U.S. Presidential victories. He is the founder and executive chairman of Go BIG Media (a political media firm) and the founder and CEO of Win BIG Media (a corporate marketing agency). Together, these companies have won more than 42 national awards for marketing and creative content.
Stutts has made more than 260 national media appearances including CBS, ESPN, FOX NEWS, FOX BUSINESS, MSNBC, and CNN. He has also appeared on some of the world’s most popular podcasts including Gary Vaynerchuk’s The DailyVee, The James Altucher Show, The Adam Carolla Show, The Dr. Drew Podcast, Jay Abraham’s The Ultimate Entrepreneur, Big Questions with Cal Fussman, and The Dr. Gundry Podcast.
He has been lauded as a “marketing genius” by FOX BUSINESS, “the political guru” by ESPN, and “The Michael Jordan of Political Marketing…” by Mike Dillard.