That’s how Ed Canning started his appearance on BlueSky Thinking – a series where we talk to marketers about the stuff that really winds them up.

Ed is a trainer for the Chartered Institute of Marketing as well as being Strategy Director at Belfast agency, Navigator Blue.

If you’d like to know what those 5 things that really really anger Ed are – watch the video.

BlueSky Thinking with Ed Canning

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Take a look at the rest of the series so far to find out what other subjects we’ve covered.

Why marketing job descriptions really wind me up

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An ever popular subject, Gil David of Facebook Ads agency, Run DMG explains why he thinks most digital marketing job descriptions are on the hunt for some sort of Unicorn.

Let’s talk about Influencer marketing

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It’s a subject that divides opinion – and Ryan Clarke spoke to us about the kind of influencer marketing that gets right on his nerves.

Have you got something to say?

We’re on the look out for new contributors to the BlueSky Thinking video series – so if you’ve got something you’d like to get off your chest then get in touch and we can set up a call to talk it through.

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About the author

Peter Craven is the Founder of The Future of Marketing and Bluesky Video Marketing.

He established BlueSky Video Marketing in June 2017 having spent 20 years in global marketing roles.

Peter is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, a volunteer with Young Enterprise Northern Ireland, an avid Manchester United fan (it’s been a tough few years) and a man who stubbornly refuses to accept that he’s rubbish at golf and keeps trying anyway.

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