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Paul Roetzer

Paul Roetzer (@paulroetzer) is founder and CEO of PR 20/20, author of The Marketing Performance Blueprint and The Marketing Agency Blueprint, and creator of The Marketing Artificial Intelligence Institute and Marketing Score. Full bio.

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How To Improve Your Social Media Ads with AI

By: Paul Roetzer
July 6th, 2020

SoMin uses AI to help you do better social media marketing. The company's AI platform combines advanced data analytics and behavioral science to study data from social media accounts. Their technology then takes that data and provides valuable insights you can use to reduce costs and increase sales across social media and influencer marketing campaigns. We spoke with SoMin’s CEO Aleks Farseev and Sales Director Hendrik Schwartz to learn more about the technology.

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How to Reduce Marketing Costs and Increase Sales with AI

By: Paul Roetzer
June 16th, 2020

  StrategyBox uses AI to quickly consolidate the vast amounts of data that businesses are sitting on and deliver marketing intelligence in the form of beautiful, simple dashboards. The result? Companies are able to free up operating capital, save tons of time on manual reporting, and monitor competitor marketing campaigns. We spoke with StrategyBox’s Founder and CEO Aaron Vidas to learn more.

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This CEO's Important Tip: "Nothing in AI Is Ever 100%"

By: Paul Roetzer
June 9th, 2020

This post is part of our AI Experts Series, which profiles leaders whose insights can help expand your understanding of artificial intelligence and how to apply it.   Today's spotlight features a conversation we had with Anindya Datta, CEO and Founder of Mobilewalla.   

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How Will AI Transform Journalism, Writing and Content Marketing?

By: Paul Roetzer
June 2nd, 2020

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How to Improve Call Tracking and Analytics with AI

By: Paul Roetzer
May 19th, 2020

Invoca is an AI-powered call tracking platform that helps companies maximize the ROI of phone interactions. It does that by using AI to ingest voice data from phone calls and draw conclusions from it. These insights can then be used to better understand customers across marketing, sales, and customer experience. For instance, Invoca's AI has been used by large organizations to lower cost per acquisition, save time, and increase the ROI of paid campaigns that generate phone calls. We spoke with Dee Anna McPherson, CMO at Invoca, to learn more.

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How to Save Time and Money on Digital Ads with AI

By: Paul Roetzer
May 12th, 2020

WordStream is a platform that helps businesses improve their paid digital advertising efforts with artificial intelligence. Using AI and machine learning, WordStream helps advertisers save time with automated workflows and AI-driven reporting on digital campaigns such as Google Ads and Facebook.  Using WordStream, marketers save both time and money when running paid campaigns — ultimately improving their advertising results. We spoke with WordStream Lead Acquisition Director Tony Testaverde to learn more.

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