Podcast Episode

Modern Day Marketer: Hijacking Frequency and Recency Bias with Margaret Kelsey

Brett McGrath

April 7, 2023

Modern Day Marketer: Hijacking Frequency and Recency Bias with Margaret Kelsey

We are bookending your week, every week with a couple of podcast episodes that we hope can provide insights on how to be a better marketer, sales pro, or operator in your B2B company.

There are 3 boxes that I check when I create any new series around a content topic.

Here’s what I do:

🧃Identify a topic that aligns with the product that we’re building and is relevant to the current state in the market

🧃Quickly develop a platform to consistently share free consulting on the topic 

🧃Curate voices of subject matter experts who help validate the topic and extend our brand to an entirely new audience

We hosted the first episode of Content Distribution Live this Thursday with one of my favorite voices on the topic Justin Simon. Before the event I recorded an episode to offer further context on the process and why content distribution is the topic we’re going all-in on.

If you’d like to watch the event you can right now on The Juice. 🧃


There haven’t been many repeat guests on Modern Day Marketer, but today is a little bit different. Margaret Kelsey is one of my favorite marketers to follow because she doesn’t just offer strong takes, but she supports them through her years of experience leading brands like InVision, Appcues, and OpenView. 

Margaret left her full-time job as the VP of Marketing at OpenView to start her own marketing advising agency, TatCo. She also has a weekly podcast for bored marketers with Devin Bramhall called “Don’t Say Content.” Today, she  breakdowns the power of hijacking frequency and recency bias. Margaret explains why most B2B marketing is boring (and sucks) and how to stop relying on dusty playbooks. 

In this episode we cover: 

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