Marketing Podcast with Steve Miller

Steve Miller, a guest on the Duct Tape Marketing PodcastIn this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I interview Steve Miller. Meetings & Conventions Magazine calls Steve Miller the Idea Man for his unconventional, edgy, no-spin approach to marketing and branding. He is the author of the Amazon #1 bestseller, “UNCOPYABLE: How to Create an Unfair Advantage Over Your Competition.” Steve’s speaking and consulting clients have ranged from entrepreneurs to Fortune 100 corporations, including Proctor & Gamble, Greystar Real Estate, Caterpillar, Boeing Airplane, Starbucks, Philips Electronics, and the prestigious TED Conference. We’re talking about his latest book — Stealing Genuis: The Seven Levels of Adaptive Innovation.

Key Takeaway:

Improvement is not innovation and innovation is essential if your aim is to survive in today’s business environment. Fixating your mind on improvement in today’s world is a dangerous path—one that ultimately leads to commoditization and irrelevance. In this episode, I talk with author,

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Marketing Podcast with Dan Franks

Dan Franks, a guest on the Duct Tape Marketing PodcastIn this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I interview Dan Franks. Dan is the Co-founder and president of Podcast Movement, the world’s largest conference and trade show for the podcast industry. He is a CPA and was formerly the Business Manager and Director of Live Events for Midroll Media.

Key Takeaway:

It seems like everyone today has a podcast. You might be wondering if it’s too late to start yours – the short answer? No. It’s not too late. The market may be more crowded than it once was, but people are still listening to podcasts at a growing rate. Podcasts are and will continue to be an amazing marketing tool that gives you a way to build a community and gives you a platform to advertise your products and services. In this episode, Dan Franks shares why podcasting isn’t dead and advice

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My weekend blog post routine includes posting links to a handful of tools or great content I ran across during the week.

I don’t go into depth about the finds, but I encourage you to check them out if they sound interesting. The photo in the post is a favorite for the week from an online source or one I took on the road.

  • Beams – Beams helps you stay focused and reduce distractions during your day. You can see your daily schedule, join calls and take breaks with one click from your Menu Bar. Work smarter, not harder with Beams.
  • Whereby – Join a meeting in just one click with easy-to-remember and use links. Or embed a video conference directly on your website, platform, or app with Whereby’s Embedded Video API.
  • Noty.ai – Noty.ai is an AI-powered meeting assistant that can transform your meetings into transcripts, action items, summaries,
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Google BusinessA few weeks in the past, we announced upcoming improvements that make it easier for agencies and platform companions to manage Google listings with Google My Business. Among these enhancements: an Agency Dashboard, launching immediately, that lets agencies manage multiple listings sooner, easier and extra intuitively.

You then add your cellphone number, and have the choice so as to add your e-mail and website address, and a description of your corporation, which can seem on the listing found by your customers. You have 200 characters for the description, so use keywords relevant to your online business. Dengan dukungan untuk single signal-on (SSO), G Suite memungkinkan akses terpadu ke aplikasi cloud perusahaan lainnya. Layanan pengelolaan akses dan identitas (IAM) kami memungkinkan administrator mengelola semua kredensial pengguna dan akses aplikasi cloud di satu tempat. Javascript software libraries such as jQuery are loaded at endpoints on the or domains, for performance and efficiency … Read more

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Marketing Podcast with Laura Nelson

Laura Nelson, a guest on the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast In this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I interview Laura Nelson. Laura has marketed, sold to, and collaborated with local businesses for over 10 years of her career as a marketer and business manager. She is currently VP of Marketing at Signpost, following roles with Broadly, Reputation.com, and Patch. Laura earned an MBA from the University of Michigan and a BFA at Carnegie Mellon University.

Key Takeaway:

Marketing has changed for all types of businesses in the last few years thanks to new platforms, channels, and technology. But for small businesses — the changes have been revolutionary, often leveling the playing field and providing a way to reach their customers and new audiences in a low-cost, targeted, and personalized way. In this episode, I talk with the VP of Marketing at Signpost, Laura Nelson, about the latest trends in local marketing and what

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