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Howard Sewell
Works at Spear Marketing Group
Attended Stanford University
Lives in Bainbridge Island, WA
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[New Blog Post] Step Away from the Email Software and No-One Gets Hurt 
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(New Blog Post) Why This Holiday Email Campaign Misses the Mark bit.ly/1QGfBAK
In this critique of an email campaign from security vendor Symantec, learn how good content marketing sells the offer, not the product.
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President, Spear Marketing Group
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Demand Generation, Lead Generation, B2B Marketing, Lead Nurturing, Marketing Automation
Employment
  • Spear Marketing Group
    President, 2010 - present
    Spear Marketing Group ("Marketing with a Point") is a full-service agency specializing in demand generation, lead management, and ROI-based marketing. Clients include leading companies in high-technology, real estate, green energy, and retail.
  • Connect Direct
    President, 1990 - 2009
  • Oracle Corporation
    Various Marketing Roles, 1987 - 1990
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Bainbridge Island, WA
Previously
Menlo Park, CA - London, England
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20+ year B2B marketing veteran; dad, avid cyclist, soccer fan, amateur cook, and reality TV junkie
Introduction
President of Spear Marketing Group, a full-service marketing agency specializing in demand generation and lead management.  We work with B2B clients to help generate, nurture and convert leads to revenue.  I write on demand generation, lead nurturing, content marketing and other topics at www.spearmarketing.com/blog.

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  • B2B Marketing
  • Demand Generation
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  • Marketing Automation
Education
  • Stanford University
    Economics
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Location, location, location. That's basically what you pay for at Bella Vista, situated as they are in a prime corner spot right across from the lake. Otherwise, this place is nothing spectacular. The main interior seems tired and dated, albeit clean and well kept. The rooms feel like a nicer Holiday Inn - nothing to complain about, but nothing to write home about either. We had a suite facing the water, and just sitting on that balcony the first morning was probably worth the premium we paid for the room. One main complaint - the young staff needs training, lots of it. The welcome was perfunctory at best. I get the sense that no-one feels much ownership of the place, as if they're there to get a paycheck and not much else. A few smiles and a little extra effort would go a long way.
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