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Using AI with Human Touch to Create Great Social Content

Kate Bradley Chernis is the co-founder and CEO of Lately, an AI-powered social media writing tool. In today’s marketing landscape, you can’t stand out without creating a lot of content. But the trick is that it can’t be junky content; it still needs to provide value for your followers. That’s where a tool like Lately […]

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Incorporating Storytelling Into Your Sales Process

John Livesay is a sales keynote speaker and author – he’s also known as the Pitch Whisperer. He’s here on the show to talk about his book Better Selling Through Storytelling, where he shares tips for applying the four essential elements of great storytelling to the art of selling. Today’s businesses can’t simply rely on […]

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What Megatrends Will Shape Your Business?

Rohit Bhargava is an innovation and marketing expert and the founder of the Non-Obvious Company. The company has spawned a series of books under the Non-Obvious banner, including his latest Non-Obvious Megatrends. Bhargava discusses his process for identifying the biggest trends shaping business, shares what disruptive trends business owners need to be on the lookout […]

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Creating Shareable Content for Your Business

How do you create content that stands out online and inspires folks to share your message with their friends? On this episode, John sits down with Tim Staples, CEO of Shareability and author of “Break Through the Noise.” Staples’ firm is behind the creation of numerous viral campaigns and videos, so he knows what it […]

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Advice for Today's Marketing Agency Owners

John sits down with Drew McLellan, who owns and runs Agency Management Institute (AMI). Most agency owners feel like they’re on an island, doing the hard work of running a business without someone to guide them. AMI serves as a resource for these entrepreneurs, and in this episode, McLellan shares tons of advice for owners […]

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Building a Fanocracy Around Your Business

When it comes to marketing your business, it’s not really about the tactics, like social media or email marketing. At the end of the day, it’s building a fandom that helps you win the day. Marketing expert and author David Meerman Scott stops by to discuss his latest book, “Fanocracy,” and shares how any business […]

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Small Business Marketing Insights for 2020

John Jantsch closes out the year by sharing his insights on where to focus your attention with your 2020 marketing strategy. What approaches will actually move the needle and win you new customers (or help you keep old ones) in the new year? John’s got answers for you. Source: Duct Tape RSS Small Business Marketing […]

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Why Page Speed Matters on Your Website

Lukas Haensch, former Google UX manager and founder of Pathmonk, stops by the podcast to discuss the importance of page speed. A slow-loading website might not be at the top of your list of issues to address, but it should be. Haensch discusses the potential damage a slow site can cause, and he shares how […]

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Using Story to Win on Social Media

Early Twitter employee and digital media expert Claire Diaz-Ortiz stops by the podcast to discuss her latest book, Social Media Success for Every Brand. Diaz-Ortiz dives into the StoryBrand pillars and the complementary SHARE model to help business owners craft social media plans that actually boost engagement (and, ultimately, sales).  Source: Duct Tape RSS Using […]

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How to Integrate Chat Into Your Marketing

Mike Yan, CEO of chat marketing platform ManyChat, sits down with John to discuss all things chat. Yan sees chat becoming an even more integral part of every business’s marketing efforts in  the next handful of years, so he has helpful tips to help anyone get started with a chat marketing program. Source: Duct Tape […]

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