This is the inaugural post in a new Friday series called “Blog Friday.” Here, I explore bloggers who impress the crowd with high-quality content that pushes the envelope. I want to be impressed, and I want my readers to feel the same way. In addition to walking away with a “wow,” I’d like some learning to take place, too.
Bryan Kramer is CEO/President of Pure Matter in Silicon Valley. He writes a blog for brand marketers and anyone else who wants the pulse of the digital space. It’s via Bryan’s interview with Jeremiah Owyang recently that pushed my thinking into new heights about the crowd and the future of companies.
In his post that prompted this first-in-the-series, Bryan interviews Charlene Li, CEO of Altimeter Group where Jeremiah used to work. There’s no question you will absolutely learn many, many things about business, companies, vision for the future, and how you push yourself to lead.
Here’s how PureMatter describes its blog on its site:
These days, marketing is constantly evolving, and our blog is intended to give you a fresh perspective on what’s important in its crazy landscape – social media trends, new and emerging media, mobile, digital, integrated marketing, creativity – to help brand marketers make sense of it all.
Do visit PureMatter’s blog and make it a point to watch Bryan’s videos with leading marketers and other influencers in the digital sector. There’s no doubt you’ll learn huge, and you can start with this interview here. http://www.purematter.com/blog/defining-social-business-with-jonathan-becher-cmo-at-sap/ After poking around the PureMatter site, this Substance interview with Bryan and Robert Scoble popped up. (If you don’t recognize the latter, please get out from under the rock!). This is the brilliance you can expect from PureMatter blogs; subscribe.
Bryan, thanks for leading; your content and Substance are appreciated!