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Interview with Jay Baer

Word of mouth marketing hall of famer Jay Baer on creating marketing that gets results | #615

If there was a more mature, funnier, well-informed small business marketing lover than me, then it’s Jay Baer. The guy has an uncanny ability to turn even the most sceptical business owner into a marketing tragic. I’ve been stalking, I mean following Jay’s work for over ten years, and every book, every research study he’s commissioned, every new concept he comes up with to help us small business owners grow, never fails to disappoint. It’s an exciting episode 615 of The (13 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast with host Tim Reid.

Paul Waddy Selling Online for Dummies

Selling Online for Dummies author Paul Waddy demystifies online business | #614

Keen to recession-proof your business? Maybe you want to add an additional revenue stream or two. Why wouldn’t you?! Well, I’ve got just the fella to help you do that. Paul Waddy is one of retail-tech’s brightest minds, in fact, he’s just released Selling Online for Dummies, and he joins us to share how you can master eCommerce in your business. It’s an e-ceptional episode 614 (see what I did there?!) of The (13 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast.

Shaun Tomson The Code

World Surfing Champion Shaun Tomson on how to find your purpose | #613

Keen to find your purpose? Growing a business can be tough. And with all the uncertainty in the world, you’d be excused for feeling a little negative at times. If you’re looking for a super effective way to create positive change in your life, and your employees’ lives, then you’re going to love what world surfing champion Shaun Tomson has to share. It’s time to paddle out into big surf on episode 613 of The (13 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast.

Bill Taubner Ball Chain Bonafide Masks

How to create a culture of care in your business with a 4th generation business owner | #611

Ball chain. Three million feet of ball chain every week. That’s what today’s guest manufactures. Plus his 84 year old family business has become the most trusted provider of masks in the US. Two vastly different products connected by a business owner who cares deeply for all aspects of his business. It’s a loving episode 611 of The (13 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast with host Tim Reid.

Christopher Joye Coolabah Capital

Leading economist Christopher Joye on getting business ready for 2023 | #610

With so many media outlets hawking bad economic news in order to improve their ratings, you’d be excused if you thought the entire world’s economy was on the verge of collapse. So I thought it’s time to get a well-balanced, well-researched view. To that end, let’s go and meet Christopher Joye, one of Australia’s most respected economists and fund managers. It’s a frugal episode 610 of The (13 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast with your host Tim Reid.

John Neilson Doctors On Demand

Successful medical entrepreneur John Neilson loves getting the fundamentals right | #609

Do you ever look at some business owners and wonder how they do it all? How they take on so much, yet seem to hit home run after home run? How do they find the necessary time and energy to build empire after empire? Today’s guest is one of those unique entrepreneurs (some would call …

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Dropshipping expert Jon Warren

How to create a lucrative dropshipping business with minimal outlay | #606

Looking for a new business idea? Maybe a new revenue stream is appealing? Or are you searching for a cheeky little side hustle? One with minimal set-up costs and requires you to hold no stock. If you answered “Hell yeah!!” then drop everything, as you’re about to discover the ins and outs of dropshipping with one of Australia’s best. It’s a ship-hot episode 606 of The (13 year-old, award-winning) Small Business Big Marketing podcast.