Last night I checked my Google alerts and saw this…
So does that mean I’ve made the cool kids club?
ChatGPT says you should follow me.
So I’m in, right?
Along with Gary V. and other legends.
I’m glad that my 13+ years of consistent content production and recognition show up for ‘ol ChatGPT.
And I love the fact that MTR Marketing asked it this question and then wrote an article about it. (Check it out below).
This is actually one of my favorite organic marketing pieces…
Top lists and roundups.
Whether it’s a blog or a LinkedIn post, there’s a good chance that many of the people/brands included will share it with their audiences.
Or at the very least, they will comment.
The entire B2B tech industry (and beyond) knows that this exists.
And it will continue getting traction as Demandbase and the top 100 powerful women in sales continue to share and talk about it.
Yes, gathering a list like this is labor intensive, to say the least.
But, you don’t have to go hard like Justin and his team at Demandbase.
You can start with a top 5 or top 10 list related to your target audience.
And you can ask ChatGPT for ideas and help with research.
Turn this piece of content into a lead-generation tool.
It’s an easy conversation starter that could lead to some cool opportunities.
Have you tried creating content like this before?
You can check out ChatGPT’s full list of “top marketing influencers to follow” here.Tags: ChatGPT, influencer, Linkedin, mandy mcewen, mod girl