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2017 Stackie & Hackie Awards competition at The MarTech Conference

Presented by Scott Brinker (@ChiefMartec)

Here at the MarTech conference in San Francisco, we just celebrated the 2017 Stackies & Hackies Awards. Marketers contributed an incredible 57 marketing stack illustrations and 21 “marketing hack” essays to the community.

This is our third year of running the Stackies — you can check out the marketing stacks from the 2015 and 2016 competitions. But, wow, this year’s entries are even better. (As a reminder: to enter the Stackies, marketers send in a single slide that illustrates the way they conceptualize their marketing stack — technically, strategically, and/or operationally.)

We also expanded the awards this year with the Hackies, inviting marketers to send in an essay describing a brilliant “marketing hack” that they’ve used at the intersection of marketing, technology, and management.

MarTech Stackies & Hackies Donates to Girls Who Code

To encourage entries, we agreed to donate $100 to Girls Who Code for every Stackie or Hackie published. So this evening we were pleased to present them with a check for $7,800 (57 + 21 * $100 = $7,800).

The top three winners of the Hackies were determined by the number of social media shares those essays received — plus we also gave out an Editor’s Choice award to the one our editorial teams liked best.

For the Stackies, we had an incredible panel of judges — Barry Levine of MarTech Today, Elisabeth Osmeloski of MarketingLand, David Raab of Raab Associates, Marc Sirkin of the MarTech Conference, and Anand Thaker of IntelliPhi — as well as yours truly, as the Stackies & Hackies Awards Chair. We selected the winners by evaluating them on five criteria:

Alignment — how well-aligned is your stack with your business
Concept — how insightful is the conceptual organization of your stack
Clarity — how easy is it for a reader to understand your stack
Design — the aesthetics of your slide and its visual appeal
Detail — more detail is generally better, within reason for a single slide
Of course, all that really matters about a marketing stack is whether its effective for your business. So while we are happy to give a shout out to some of the stacks we liked best, all of the entries are extremely valuable — they give all of us a rich corpus of real-world marketing stacks, viewed through a variety of insightful lenses. This helps all of us better understand the reality of modern marketing technology operations and learn from each other.

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Presented by Scott Brinker (@ChiefMartec) Here at the MarTech conference in San Francisco, we just celebrated the 2017 Stackies & Hackies Awards. Marketers contributed an incredible 57 marketing stack illustrations and 21 “marketing hack” essays to the community. This is our third year of running the Stackies — you can check out the marketing stacks from the 2015 and 2016 competitions. But, wow, this year’s entries are even better. (As a reminder: to enter the Stackies, marketers send in a single slide that illustrates the way they conceptualize their marketing stack — technically, strategically, and/or operationally.) We also expanded the awards this year with the Hackies, inviting marketers to send in an essay describing a brilliant “marketing hack” that they’ve used at the intersection of marketing, technology, and management. MarTech Stackies & Hackies Donates to Girls Who Code To encourage entries, we agreed to donate $100 to Girls Who Code for every Stackie or Hackie published. So this evening we were pleased to present them with a check for $7,800 (57 + 21 * $100 = $7,800). The top three winners of the Hackies were determined by the number of social media shares those essays received — plus we also gave out an Editor’s Choice award to the one our editorial teams liked best. For the Stackies, we had an incredible panel of judges — Barry Levine of MarTech Today, Elisabeth Osmeloski of MarketingLand, David Raab of Raab Associates, Marc Sirkin of the MarTech Conference, and Anand Thaker of IntelliPhi — as well as yours truly, as the Stackies & Hackies Awards Chair. We selected the winners by evaluating them on five criteria: Alignment — how well-aligned is your stack with your business Concept — how insightful is the conceptual organization of your stack Clarity — how easy is it for a reader to understand your stack Design — the aesthetics of your slide and its visual appeal Detail — more detail is generally better, within reason for a single slide Of course, all that really matters about a marketing stack is whether its effective for your business. So while we are happy to give a shout out to some of the stacks we liked best, all of the entries are extremely valuable — they give all of us a rich corpus of real-world marketing stacks, viewed through a variety of insightful lenses. This helps all of us better understand the reality of modern marketing technology operations and learn from each other.

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