The Walking Dead Survival Guide for Marketers [Infographic]

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Posted: December 5, 2013 | Infographic, Modern Marketing

In three and a half seasons, AMC’s The Walking Dead has given us plenty of terrifying moments to remember, but it’s also taught us a few lessons. After this week’s explosive mid-season episode — the last until the season picks back up in February (I personally can’t wait!)— we thought we’d share some of our favorite, marketing-related takeaways.

Our new infographic, The Walking Dead Survival Guide for Marketers, should tide you over until the show returns. Read on to find out what marketing has in common with dodging zombies — it might be more than you’d think!

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Dayna Rothman is the Sr. Content Marketing Manager at Marketo. She runs the Marketo content initiatives and is the managing editor of the Marketo blog. Dayna has extensive experience in content marketing, social media, marketing automation, and inbound marketing. She has an MBA from Golden Gate University and lives in Oakland, CA.

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