A listener told us that she’s paying for marketing but doesn’t know what she’s paying for. We talk about a better a better way to communicate with your marketing team and how to get results.
A reasonably ranty look at WordPress 5.0 and Gutenberg, plus why we get up in the morning and don’t get bored with our jobs, and how Fancy Tea turned into a family story (and a great marketing opportunity).
In which we retcon the whole darn thing and return from a hiatus from a hiatus to talk about marketing. Be successful by NOT following the rules.
We’ve been asked an embarrassing number of times why it’s been so long since our last podcast, so here’s the short story. It begins with the death of our cat… through selling a house, running three businesses and traveling the country. Join us on our journey!
Today we talk about aggressive, persistent marketing with Ian Anderson Gray. It starts with email marketing and digresses to a conversation about Jehovah’s Witnesses and whether their persistence creates a branding problem for them.
There’s a process behind creativity, and work, too. Today we talk with a filmmaker and author about how he starts (and finishes!) creative projects, plus more on marketing and building a fan base.
As an entrepreneur you’re always going to be dealing with time issues, namely lack of it. Time sucks come in many forms, from big crises like death or health problems, to small ones like spam or unsolicited emails. But how do you deal with them?
Kate Ahl built a business around being a Pinterest expert for bloggers. We talk about how she started her business and built a loyal customer base, what it takes to succeed in a busy niche and whether the world really needs another Pinterest person.
Marketing automation can help you save time and keep your sales funnel flowing. But there’s a line between automation and acting like a robot. Today we talk about how too much automation and not enough human interaction loses sales.
We answer a listener who asked us whether a proposal she received for developing branding, logo and website was fairly priced. Plus we talk about prank videos, reaction videos and strange licensing schemes.