Episode 684 – How Understanding Analytics Can Help You Manage Change Better with Jill Holtz

Jill Holtz is co-founder of Mykidstime.com, an information website for parents, that has grown from a local West of Ireland listings directory to a global website, and a trusted online brand for parents. They have grown a large and engaged community through a targeted content and engagement strategy across their channels, website, email, and social…

Episode 682 – Envisioning Better Social Media Interaction Using Planable with Xenia Muntean

Xenia is the CEO and Co-Founder of Planable, a content review and marketing collaboration platform used by over 5,000 teams behind brands such as Hyundai, Christian Louboutin, Viber, and United Nations. Prior to launching Planable, at 20 y.o. she built a digital marketing agency and led social for clients such as Coca-Cola. Xenia has been…

Episode 677 – You’ve Got Jail… How Facebook Is Getting Bad For Business

I find that Facebook is becoming less and less of a platform where I think we can try to do business. It has not only become very divisive but their model of Community Standards is over-policed in some ways and under scrubbed in others. Their goal is to create a friendly environment for all, but…

Episode 673 – How Using Mixed Emotions Can Emotionally Charge Your Marketing Messages?

Literary theorist Christopher Booker adheres to the school of thought that there are 7 basic plots to all stories including movies, play, sitcoms, and more. They all tend to cycle the viewer through a range of emotions. But in our daily business marketing, we don’t have the time or attention span to develop a plot…

Episode 667 – The History of CRMs and Why People Don’t Use Them Enough with Jon Ferrara

Jon is a SaaS entrepreneur and a CRM pioneer. He’s mostly known for founding one of the first CRMs, GoldMine. After selling his first company and retiring for 10 years, he decided to get back in the business because he saw that contact management was broken with no CRMs offering business owners an entire view…

Episode 664 – Why Online Ads Can Be More Of A Gamble Like A Slot Machine?

Gambling can be a fun personal activity but has perils when it comes to business. But all too often, businesses use advertising as a way to attract customers without realizing the full concept that they may be gambling with their profits. Slot machines are the most common casino game played because they are easy and…

Episode 658 – To Be FRESH Content Creator You Need to Be A Consumer First

Who knew eating could be so complex? Today we have many choices. Fast food, or restaurant delivery, grocery shopping, or grocery delivery. Each has its advantages, but FRESH takes more time. If you want to deliver FRESH Content, you may need to consume great content and blend it together with your own creativity. When you…

Episode 656 – What is Your 2021 Stimulus Plan?

SSUCv3H4sIAAAAAAAEAJ2QywrDIBBF94X+g7jOwtakTfsroYuJSpCaCD5SSsi/10cE1905584d5852PiGER7CS4SfaYhVqqZS3zoCTegmYNAcXXDptJKgII9uTgq0D562wccSBGDgxhd4MD3/5Z8g1KkISgyNIGDcVs35MrKC9+duZH68SBSaxsG9auApihBKQgwy5Fb8/Tpi5jrZKLnRVg+dSVylXzUBFA60ms3BQPVcuHg4UN7xQ0nd3Qttbf21J96Bd2Hn/AUAJq/eYAQAA It’s 2021 Tax time for corporations. Also, we are all about to get some economic stimulus in our bank account soon? Those are assets and liabilities. I want to focus on your content assets. This is the content that you have created and shared that can be reused, reshared, and recycled as new content.…

Episode 645 – The Quick Business To Public Speaking Method with Connie Regan Green and Ellen Finkelstein

Connie Regan Green Connie Ragen Green is a former classroom teacher and real estate appraiser who left it all behind to come online in 2006. As an author of more than twenty books, publisher, international speaker, and entrepreneur she serves others by helping new entrepreneurs to build their own lucrative online businesses. Connie is also…

Episode 628 – Up On The Housetop Click, Click, Click – How a Website is like Building A House

If you have multiple parts of your business (wholesale, retail, and online), it makes sense to have multiple websites to serve each of your different audiences. I have this podcast site, one for my books (NotAboutU.com), one for my speaking business (BrianBasilico.com), one for my LinkedIn Consulting (LI4Sales.com), and others. Building each website is done…